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How to Know When Your Water Heater Needs Repair

How Do You Know When to Replace a Hot Water Heater?

Your water heater will not last forever. In fact, most water heaters have a lifespan of about eight to ten years. However, your water heater may need to be replaced or repaired prior to or after that timeframe. While a quality water heater service and repair company can help prolong its life, you should be aware of the warning signs your water heater is going out.

Warning Signs Your Hot Water Heater is Going Out

Not Enough Hot Water: Your water heater has one job:
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Everything You Need to Know About Tankless Water Heaters

You’re building a new home in Utah County, or maybe your water heater just died. You realize you need a new water heater one way or another. The question becomes do you go with the traditional water heater or a tankless one? 

The Benefits of a Tankless Water Heater

A tankless water heater provides you with safe and clean water. Normal water tanks store water and develop rust and scale over time. The water that sits in your tank sits in the rust and scale, absorbing it until you use it. This isn’t an issue with a tankless water heater because it doesn’t store water. This keeps your family from drinking
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Benefits of Hiring a Professional for Water Heater Installation

Guaranteed Expert Water Heater Removal and Installation

There are plenty of do-it-yourself (DIY) water heater repair, removal and installation videos available today. However, before you pick up the wrench and start working on your water heater, you might want to consider the benefits of hiring a professional instead. Professional plumbers, like those at JBK Plumbers, can offer professional-grade remedies to all of your plumbing issues, including water heater removal and installation. Most DIY fixes are not meant to be permanent. Eventually, they will fail, and a professional will be required anyway. Calling for one now can prevent the issue from becomi
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How to Maintain Your Well Water System

Living out in Utah County means you might have a well water system. A well water system is different than other water systems. Well water systems use water directly from an aquifer instead of going through a city or county’s treatment facility and then to your home. The difference between the two means that well water systems have unique maintenance needs. Here are some tips on how to maintain a well water system.  

Use and maintain a water softener

Well water isn’t treated, which means you can have a lot of minerals in your water. This can make it hard for soap to dissolve. A water softener will take the
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