How Much Can I Expect to Save with a Tankless Water Heater?

October 12th, 2015

We often advise people who are shopping for a new water heater for their home—either as the first installation for a new house or a replacement for an older system—to give serious consideration to a gas-powered tankless water heater. The technology of tankless water heaters continues to make them more and more attractive choices, and their advantages are undeniable: unlimited hot water, long lifespan, small size, and immense energy savings.

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What Makes Hydro-Jetting a Great Choice for Drain Cleaning?

October 5th, 2015

There are a number of options available for cleaning the drains in a house—whether it’s to remove an obstinate clog or as part of regular plumbing maintenance—and they aren’t all equal. In fact, a few of them are actually harmful for drains, such as using store-bought bottles of chemicals that are advertised as “drain cleaners.”

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Mythbusting the Tankless Water Heater: What You Need to Know!

September 28th, 2015

We often advise our customers to look into a tankless water heater for their home the next time they’re searching for a new water heater, either to replace an aging one or as part of new home. People are often hesitant about choosing a gas-powered tankless water heater, and it’s only partially because they’re so accustomed to having a large storage tank system handle the task of supplying hot water to their households.

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How to Landscape Your Property to Protect the Sewer Line

September 21st, 2015

One of the biggest dangers to the sewer line that runs under your property—that vital pipeline responsible for taking the wastewater from your home and into the municipal sewer system—is trees and shrubs. An elm with spreading branches may look lovely on the front yard, but its deep-burrowing roots can end up as a disaster for the sewer line.

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Do You Have Tips for How to Do Drain Cleaning on My Own?

September 14th, 2015

You want to have the drains in your home thoroughly cleaned… not just to get rid of a single nuisance clog, but to have the drainpipe’s interior cleansed so that you’ll have fewer problems in the future and your plumbing will work at its best. That’s commendable, and we wish that more people scheduled routine drain cleaning for their homes.

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What Is a Tankless Water Heater, Really?

September 7th, 2015

One our specialties at Modern Plumbing Industries, Inc. is installing and servicing gas tankless water heaters. We’ve written before about the advantages of choosing to have a tankless system instead of a standard storage tank unit.

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Why You Need Commercial Leak Detection Services

August 31st, 2015

Finding hidden leaks inside a home is a difficult job, and it almost always requires the services of professional plumbers with the right equipment to pinpoint the location of the leak so it can be fixed. Now when you consider the size and the extent of a commercial building compared to a house, and how much more plumbing serves the building, you will see why it’s so vital to have experienced plumbers take care of leak detection in businesses. And

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Help! I’m Not Getting Any Hot Water in My House!

August 24th, 2015

Among the emergency service calls that we receive the most frequently are for when a house suddenly has no hot water at all. Losing the hot water in your home is obviously a serious problem, since it makes numerous ordinary tasks very difficult—especially keeping clean. (Nobody wants to wake up in the morning and start […]

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Signs That You Should Call for Repairs for Your Tankless Water Heater

August 17th, 2015

Tankless water heaters are one of the best ways to provide hot water to a household. The benefits of these systems are numerous: They consume far less energy than conventional storage tank systems.

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These Items Can Cause Clogging and Damage to Your Sewer Line

August 10th, 2015

We’ve written before on this blog about items that you must never put down your garbage disposal. We’re going to tackle a broader topic today: items that should never go down any of your drains or be flushed down one of the toilets.

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