Keeping Your Sump Pump Cleaned and Maintained

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As we enter into the spring months, we will experience snow melts and thaws along with rainfalls. Unfortunately melting snow and rain falls are likely to cause floods and flooded basements. Thinking you have a functioning sump pump during these periods of snow melting and rainfalls only to find out it has malfunctioned due to an overdue maintenance check can become a disaster most homeowners don’t expect. In this article the plumbers at ACCL Plumbing will go over a few simple maintenance checks for your sump pump, so you can have a peace of mind during the wettest months.

Testing your sump pump:

Its important to check on your sump pump periodically. Having a visual inspection should let you know if the sump pump is working property or if it is not, catching a sump pump problem early can be crucial to keeping water from snow melts and rain away from the inside of your home. Even when it’s not rain or thaw season you should still check on your sump pump to ensure its operational. A simple way to test your sump pump is to pour a bucket of water into the sump pit – if it starts up automatically this means your sump pump is functional.

Cleaning:

Over time, your sump pump’s filter screen will collect leaves, pebbles, debris, and mud. By not cleaning these substances out of your sump pump filter it can lead to clogs, standing water in your basement, or a premature shutoff of your pump. If you notice your filter needs to be cleaned its usually a good time to clean the entire pump and pit as well.

            How to clean the sump pump and pit?

Once you have cleaned the filter by wiping all the mud, debris, leaves, and pebbles away. Unplug your sump pump and carry it outside, along with the drain line. – clean this by using a hose to flush out clogs and debris. When finished before putting your sump pump back, thoroughly clean the sump pit while also removing anything that could clog the drain line. Once finished reconnect the pump and pour a bucket of water into the pit to insure your stump pump system is working.

Remember!

Having a sump pump will give you security and peace of mind during these wet rainy seasons, but only if you periodically, inspect, clean, and maintain it. Be sure to replace your aging sump pump before it shows signs of failure. If you have a batter backup sump pump be sure to check your owner’s manual for the replacement schedule of the battery.

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Have Questions about how to maintain your sump pump?

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Accl Plumbing offers repair and replacement services. We would be pleased to develop a guaranteed unique solution to keep your sump pump, frozen pipescleanouts, sewer blockages, clogged drains, burst pipes, broken water heater or over flowing toilets, free of any obstructions. We can help. Call 1(905) 448-5909 or visit our contact page to drop us a message http://acclplumbing.com/contact-us/

 

 

The differences between PVC and ABS Pipes

For a lot of reasons plumbers and homeowners tend to use plastic pipes in their plumbing projects. Plastic pipes are inexpensive, lightweight, and will not corrode. They also do not collect condensation from cold water and are great at keeping hot water hot. Plastic pipes are not all the same! The most common plastic pipe materials are Poly Vinyl Chloride (PVC) and Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS). In this article ACCL Plumbing will go over the several differences between ABS and PVC pipes so you can learn what the best material will be for your next plumbing project!

Differences:

A very simple way to tell PVC and ABS apart is the color of the pipe. ABS is black, and PVC is white. The difference between these pipes are either minor or situational but one is more likely to stand out to homeowners! ABS pipes are made with BPA while PVC is not.

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ABS PIPE

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PVC PIPE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bisphenol A (BPA): BPA is a chemical commonly used to harden plastics and can be found in all sorts of plastic materials such as water bottles and food containers. The government of Ontario and the FDA have found no evidence that BPA poses a risk to humans

Poly Vinyl Chloride (PVC) Pipes: PVC pipes are more flexible then ABS. They have a two-step process for connecting pipes. PVC pipes must first be treated with a purple primer before cement can be applied. The purple primer can be messy and will have to fully dry before continuing to the next step of adding the cement (because of this installing PVC pipes can add extra labor to a project).

Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS) Pipes: ABS pipes are a lot stronger and shock resistant when compared to PVC pipes. ABS is also better at handling severely cold temperatures. While PVC pipes have a two-step process for connecting pipes ABS pipes have a one-step process allowing them to be bonded instantly with a special cement.

These two different types of pipes are priced similarly. The biggest difference when working with ABS and PVC pipes is the process for connecting pipes. ABS having a one-step process and PVC having a two-step process. Because PVC has a two-step process it requires more labor which could result in a more expensive project.

 

Checking the Code:

Before making the decision to choose ABS or PVC pipes you should check with your local government to insure the decision hasn’t been already made for you. Some building codes mandate the use of one type of pipe over the other.

Have Questions about which pipe is best suited for your project?

Let the licensed plumbers at ACCL Plumbing tackle the job for you:

Accl Plumbing offers repair and replacement services. We would be pleased to develop a guaranteed unique solution to keep your frozen pipescleanouts, sewer blockages, clogged drains, burst pipes, broken water heater or over flowing toilets, free of any obstructions. We can help. Call 1(905) 448-5909 or visit our contact page to drop us a message http://acclplumbing.com/contact-us/

 

 

 

 

 

 

frozen pipes

Can your pipes handle the cold weather?

Frozen pipes can cause serious damages to your home, you may have gone through several winters without suffering from a frozen pipe. The chances of you not experiencing frozen pipes could mean that your plumbing system is sufficiently protected or the climate you live in may not reach the freezing point. Here in Canada the months through January – March we experience winter thaws, causing melts and harsh freezing weather. If your home isn’t prepared for these frosts or freezing weather, the water behind your pipes could expand, and freeze causing damages to your home.

How to know if your pipes are protected?

The best way to find out if your pipes are protected would be to call a licensed plumber. A licensed plumber can conduct a thorough inspection as well as have the proper equipment to install pipe insulation or other modifications to help vulnerable pipes from freezing. Sometimes you may be able to preform DIY inspections of your pipes (highly un-recommended) its great if you can easily find a vulnerable pipe but remember there are pipes running beneath your feet, behind walls, and unseen areas that will be hard to inspect if you are not a licensed plumber.

Causes around your home that can lead to frozen pipes:

  • Hose: Before the cold winter weather arrives, you should close the valves suppling water to your hose’s exterior lines, as well as drain any remaining water.
  • Unfinished crawl spaces, basements, and attics: Pipes found in these areas are best protected with pipe insulation. Having unfinished basements, crawl spaces, and attics can help expose your pipes to the cold frosty weather. – another option would be to insulate the entire space to provide another layer of protection.
  • Pool supply lines: It is super important that you fully insulate and winterize your pools pimps
  • Cabinet door pipes: Typically, most kitchens and bathrooms have a few inches of water supply lines hidden behind cabinets. If you have your thermostat set extremely low, it can make the air behind those cabinets colder. Possibly cold enough to freeze over. -Leave your cabinets open during extreme temperatures to allow the air to circulate around the pipes.
  • Water Heaters: The location of water heaters can vary. Sometimes water heaters are installed in unheated areas of your home (for example your garage). If you have a water heater situation like this one its important that you keep the garage door closed and add either a thermal heater jacket to your water heater or pipe insulation.

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Preventing frozen pipes:

Following and embedding in your home the tips above are reasonable precautions to protect your pipes from freezing. But unexpected events can still put your pipes at risk such as winter thaws or a failing furnace. So, what can you do? Even with the unexpected events there are still ways to help prevent them!

  1. Keeping your water flowing: Its near possible for ice crystals to form in flowing water, if extreme cold weather hits and you are not prepared running a thin stream of water can keep your faucets flowing.
  2. Noticing frozen pipes: If you have found a frozen pipe in your home its essential that you check for others pipes that could be frozen.
  3. Watch the weather forecast: Knowing what the weather will be and if you need to take essential measures is a great precaution.
  4. Maintaining a set temperature: To avoid freezing pipes your should keep your thermostat set to no lower tan 55 degrees especially if you will be out of town.
  5. Shutting off your main water valve: To prevent damages from a failing furnace or broken pipe you should know how to shit your main water valve off.

 

 

 Having frozen or broken pipes is one of the most common and most expensive winter plumbing issue.

 

Let the licensed plumbers at ACCL Plumbing tackle the job for you:

 

Accl Plumbing offers repair and replacement services. We would be pleased to develop a guaranteed unique solution to keep your frozen pipes, cleanouts, sewer blockages, clogged drains, burst pipes, broken water heater or over flowing toilets, free of any obstructions. We can help. Call 1(905) 448-5909 or visit our contact page to drop us a message http://acclplumbing.com/contact-us/

 

 

 

 

Having Dish Soap in Your Dishwasher.

An often mistake people make is putting dish soap in the dishwasher. Your kids might think it looks amazing, but the bubbly mess dish soap causes in your dishwasher can be tricky to clean up. Dish soap doesn’t wash out of your dish washer in a single cycle in fact you must immediately clean out the suds or you will continue to have bubbles the next several times you run a load. In this article ACCL Plumbing will take you through the steps on how to get dish soap out of your dishwasher!

dishwasherHow to get dish soap out of your dishwasher:

Once you see bubbles appearing out of your dishwasher you need to turn it off as soon as possible to prevent more bubbles from forming and appearing out of your dishwasher and onto your floor. By placing towels under your dishwasher, you can help prevent the water damage to the floor that will happen if there is to much dish soap. Before removing the soap suds, you must open your dishwasher a little bit to allow for the hot water, steam, and dishes to cool. After everything has cooled down you can then begin using towels or your hands to scoop out the soap studs. After removing as many bubbles as possible you should take out all the dishes in the dishwasher and rinse them off with water. With no dishes in the dish washer you will have more room to continue getting all the bubbles out of your dishwasher it may help to remove the dish trays and hose them off outside.

Running a Rinse Cycle:

As soon as you have removed as many bubbles as possible and the dishwasher is free of dishes you should run the empty dishwasher on the rinse cycle. Doing this will create more soap studs which will help get the dish soap out of the sprayer arms and sump. Keep running the rinse cycle and following the steps above until you have little to no bubbles left. If it appears that the bubbles just won’t disappear you can run the dishwasher with a cup of vinegar and a few tablespoons of salt – this works as an anti-bubble agent.

 

Once all the steps listed above are complete you should be able to run your dishwasher as usual !

Click here to read more about simple tricks to take care of your dishwasher.

 

Accl Plumbing offers repair and replacement services. We would be pleased to develop a guaranteed unique solution to keep your dishwasher, cleanouts, sewer blockages, clogged drains, burst pipes, broken water heater or over flowing toilets, free of any obstructions. We can help. Call 1(905) 448-5909 or visit our contact page to drop us a message http://acclplumbing.com/contact-us/

KNOW WHAT YOU’RE GETTING INTO WITH JETTED TUBS

Jetted tubs may give you the feeling of a spa-like experience with the warm water and massaging jets. Before you install a jetted tub, you should consider all factors. Jetted tubs come with a lot of responsibility and a few trade-offs. In this article we will share the pros and cons of having a jetted tub.jetted tub

Pros:

Soaking in a warm, jetted bath whenever your want is a great way to relax and get rid of stress. For some people upgrading to a jetted bathtub could be one of the best purchases ever made.  Jetted tubs can contribute to your health or apart of physical therapy (if recommended by a physician). The tubs are also good for those with poor circulation, flexibility, and joint and muscle pain.

Cons:

Jetted tubs can be quite pricey starting around $1,000 and can even exceed $5,000 for higher end models. The tub price does not include installation. Since jetted tubs tend to be large deep and heavy the installation process can be quite complicated, you will need to have a large bathroom to comfortably accommodate the bath tub. In most cases it might be necessary to build an above-floor platform to support the tub. Considering installing a jetted tub? Its best you consult with an experienced plumber to discuss what needs to be done in order to install the tub where you want it.

Another thing to consider is that jetted tubs are larger than standard tubs, meaning they will use a lot more water – hot water. Expect an increase in your water bill as well as the possibility of your water heater being completely emptied due to filling up a large jetted tub. The cost of heating all that water and powering those air jets will add to your other utility bills, so the overall costs of the jetted tub lifestyle are important to take into consideration.

Cleaning Process:

Not only is there a bathtub surface to clean you also have a whole network of air tubes to consider. The cleaning process varies among models, as well as higher end models may have a self-cleaning cycle. Regular cleaning cannot be ignored if you neglect to clean your tub jets they can become a breading ground for mold, algae, and mildew.

Jetted tubs are all about relaxation, but you might find the noise they make to not be relaxing. Some tubs are louder than others, but none are completely silent. It can be a lot to consider and isn’t a decision you will want to do on a whim.

Rely on our expert Accl Plumbers:

Accl Plumbing offers repair and replacement services. We would be pleased to develop a guaranteed unique solution to keep your cleanouts, sewer blockages, clogged drains, burst pipes, broken water heater or over flowing toilets, free of any obstructions. We can help. Call 1(905) 448-5909 or visit our contact page to drop us a message http://acclplumbing.com/contact-us/

 

SHOULD YOU ADJUST YOUR WATER HEATER TEMPERATURE?

 Your water heater can be one of the biggest energy consuming appliances in your home.  If you’re looking to cut back on energy costs adjusting your water heater temperature could be a good place to start.  If you set your water heater temperature too low, you could be turning your water heater into a breeding ground for dangerous bacteria. But by setting it too high you could end up with a third-degree burn. In this article we will discuss a few things you need to think about before adjusting your water temperature.

How Low can you adjust your heater to?

It is highly recommended that you don’t set your water heater to anything below 120 degrees. Any temperature below 120 degrees can cause harmful pathogens that can cause diseases to develop in the stagnant water inside the water heater, particularly Legionella, which is quite dangerous. The higher your water temperature is pathogens die off quicker.

120 degrees is the minimum temperature your water heater should be at, if everyone in your home has a strong immune system. Homes with occupants that have a suppressed immune system or respiratory disease should keep the hot water set to 140 degrees.You might also need to set the temperature higher if you have a dishwasher that does not pre-heat the water. water heater

What About Scalding- Third Degree Burns?

At 140 degrees, water can cause a third degree burn in five seconds. And because it takes several seconds for hot water to travel through your pipes and reach your faucet or shower-head, you’ll never know exactly when the scalding water will suddenly arrive.

Children and elderly can be more susceptible to water burns because their skin is thinner. A solution to avoid third-degree burns would be to install an anti-scald valve. By installing a anti-scald valve you can keep your water heater set to 140 degrees while also insuring it never gets hotter than 120 degrees.

What’s Your Current Temperature Setting?

If you look at the dial on your water heater or by taking a temperature reading from a faucet you can find your current temperature setting.

Rely on our expert Accl Plumbers:

If you’re worried about pathogens in your hot water, and are worried about scalding water, or if you need  help adjusting your water heater or troubleshooting any problems, Contact us today for your free estimate!

Accl Plumbing offers repair and replacement services. We would be pleased to develop a guaranteed unique solution to keep your cleanouts, sewer blockages, clogged drains, burst pipes, broken water heater or over flowing toilets, free of any obstructions. We can help. Call 1(905) 448-5909 or visit our contact page to drop us a message http://acclplumbing.com/contact-us/

How To Avoid And Fix Water Pressure Loss In Your Shower

Loss of shower water pressure can be a huge annoyance, even if it’s just a short disruption caused by a flushed toilet. Depending on the cause of water pressure loss, there are several ways of preventing and fixing this common problem. See below:

Water Pressure loss

Broken or Obstructed Pipe:

The worst possible cause of a shower pressure drop is a broken pipe, since the resulting leak could do serious damage to an unseen area of your home. Hearing water running in a place it shouldn’t be or signs of dripping and water stains means you should shut off your water supply at the main valve and call an emergency plumber.

Malfunctioning Diverter Valve:

Most-likely if you have a shower and bathtub combo, you will have a diverter valve (a switch or knob that diverts water from the bathtub faucet up to the shower-head). After many years these valves can break or malfunction resulting in the valve not being able to open enough to end full water pressure to the shower-head. You can somewhat detect if you have a malfunctioning diverter valve if your water is flowing from the bathtub faucet at full pressure and not the shower-head. Accl Plumbing can confirm this diagnosis and complete the repair with a replacement diverter valve.

Water Pressure Reduction Valve Needs Adjustment:

If your water pressure problem is affecting all of the fixtures in your home, the cause could be the water pressure reduction valve. This valve is connected to the main water line near the point where it enters the home. The valve can break, malfunction, or fall out of adjustment – all three jobs are for a professional plumber.

Clogged Pipe or Shower-head:

Having a clogged pipe or shower-head simply means that your shower-head is dirty and clogged. To get a closer look, unscrew your shower-head from the wall if possible and soak it in an appropriate cleaning solution for several minutes before cleaning all the nozzles. We recommend using an old toothbrush. If you live in an area with hard water mineral accumulation might be inside your pipes, causing a noticeable effect on your water pressure. Avoiding this problem can be easy by installing a water softening system, although if your pipes are badly clogged they may need to be professionally cleaned or replaced.

 

Need help finding the source of your water pressure problem? Or have any questions about how to fix it? Rely on our plumbing experts at ACCL Plumbing call us your today!

Accl Plumbing offers repair and replacement services. We would be pleased to develop a guaranteed unique solution to keep your cleanouts, sewer blockages, clogged drains, burst pipes, broken water heater or over flowing toilets, free of any obstructions. We can help. Call 1(905) 448-5909 or visit our contact page to drop us a message http://acclplumbing.com/contact-us/

Is it TIME TO REPLACE YOUR TOILET? make the right CHOICE

You might be thinking your toilet will last forever but as durable as most toilets are, they all must be replaced at some point. Some homeowners choose to replace their toilets that are still in working condition, because there are various new designs and features to choose from. So, if your toilet needs to be replaced or you’re just eager for a change! In this article we will go over the options a homeowner has when choosing a new toilet.

 

High Tech Toilets:  

If you are looking for a smart toilet then technology toilets are your best option. Features of these types of toilets include temperature-controlled seats, automatic flush, led lights and remote controls, self-cleaning technology, bidets and dryers.

Use Less, Save More

Federal standards limit the flush volume of all new toilets to 1.6 gallons, which is a big improvement on older, unregulated toilets that used as many as five gallons of water per flush. But many toilets go even farther than that, and you can be sure that you’re buying a water-saving toilet by looking for the federal WaterSense label at the point of purchase.

 

Form Follows Function:

Designer toilets have various unusual shapes, when it comes to finding the right toilet of your choice there are a couple of design elements that all toilet shoppers should think about before they buy. The bowl height and bowl shape play the main role when choosing a designer toilet. The bowl height of a standard toilet is 15 inches ranging from as low as 10 inches to a high of 20. Taller toilers are beneficial for people with limited mobility as it reduces the amount of effort it takes to stand up and sit down.  The bowl shape of a toilet typically only has two main choices: round and elongated. Elongated toilets have an egg-shaped opening and many people claim them to be more conferrable because they’re more spacious. Round bowls might be less comfortable, but they do take up less space.

 

 

 

If choosing the right toilet is proving more difficult than you thought, or if you just need help installing the toilet of your choice, Rely on our plumbing experts at ACCL Plumbing call us your today!

Accl Plumbing offers repair and replacement services. We would be pleased to develop a guaranteed unique solution to keep your cleanouts, sewer blockages, clogged drains, burst pipes, broken water heater or over flowing toilets, free of any obstructions. We can help. Call 1(905) 448-5909 or visit our contact page to drop us a message http://acclplumbing.com/contact-us/

What is a backwater valve?

Do you have a backwater valve in your basement? Have you ever wondered what exactly a backwater valve is? in this article we are going to clarify what a backwater valve is and why you might need one.

The backwater valve is a device that allows water to flow in one direction from your home to the sewer. If any water attempts to flow back towards the backwater valve the device will completely shut down to protect your home allowing no sewage to be able to flow back into your home. In simpler words a backwater valve is a device that lets sewage flow in one direction while not letting it flow backwards. No-one ever expects their sewage water to flow backwards! But it can happen. The most common reason for backflow  is blockages somewhere in the city drain along with surrounding neighbors who continue to use their water systems particularly the ‘out’ pipes to sanitation. The water has nowhere to go and pipes start to fill up due to gravity basements tend to be the first victim when it comes to backflow! Another common occurrence is during and after heavy rain falls making public drainage and sewage systems become over whelmed hence filling and backing up the pipes causing your basement to flood. A backwater valve WILL NOT fix your drains and cannot do their job and save your home from backups if drains have shifted, collapsed, there are tree roots intrusion, or grease deposit in the home drains.

what a backwater valve looks like before installed

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Do you already have a backwater valve in your basement installed?

Majority of our customers are unaware if they have backwater valves installed on their house drains, especially new home owners. Typically backwater valves are installed inside basements as it is much easier to clean, repair, and maintain. Regarding plumbing codes it is the last device on any drain system just before the drain pipe leaves the home. Usually you will find the backwater valve just before the foundation wall in the basement the device should have an access lid but might be covered by hardwoods or tiles. Additionally, backwater valves could be installed outside as well.

If you make the decision to get a backwater valve installed the first thing your plumber should do is a camera drain inspection to locate the pipe and mark the spot where the device should be installed. Then your plumber would apply for city permit, arrange an inspection and once cleared they can proceed with the work. Normally it takes one day, but sometimes due to soil conditions, accessibility of the spot where back water valve is to be installed it may take two days.

A backwater valve will protect your home and won’t let storm waters together with sewage water enter your basement. Now one might understand why installing such a device is a good move, especially with the weather changes over recent years, heavy downpours in short period of time becomes more and more common.

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Accl Plumbing offers repair and replacement services. We would be pleased to develop a guaranteed unique solution to keep your cleanouts, sewer blockages, clogged drains, burst pipes, broken water heater or over flowing toilets, free of any obstructions. We can help. Call 1(905) 448-5909 or visit our contact page to drop us a message http://acclplumbing.com/contact-us/

Thanksgiving is considered one of the busiest holidays apart from Christmas. In the emergency plumbing business, garbage disposals and sink clogs are becoming apart of the thanksgiving and holiday tradition.

During these holiday traditions it can push some household plumbing systems to their limit due to increased kitchen and bathroom activity. By observing a few best practices and by performing some light duty maintenance, you can help keep your kitchen and bathroom in prime plumbing conditions for the holidays.

Disposals:

Remembering that disposals aren’t for everything is key to helping you maintain healthy plumbing. Used properly your garbage disposal can save you from some of the messiest kitchen tasks. Disposals are ideal for disposing of leftovers that are to liquid or smelly for the trash can. Knowing what type of substances to avoid putting in your disposal is key.

Listed below is kitchen waste that belongs in the trash, never in the disposal.kitchen disposal

Celery and asparagus: vegetables like these are so fibrous that they can actually wrap around the disposal blade and grind it to a halt.

Potato peels: this is a rookie Thanksgiving mistake — if you peel your potatoes into the disposal, you run the risk of creating a starchy paste that can gum up the works.

Fat, grease and oil: These can solidify around the blade and in your drain pipe, restricting movement and water flow.

Pasta and rice: These foods expand in water, even after they’ve been fully cooked. Stuffing your disposal with leftover noodles can overfill the chamber before you know it.

Bones: Fine fish bones are generally okay, but turkey bones and anything larger belongs in the garbage or compost.

How To safely clear a clog in your garbage disposal:

The best source for this information is your disposal’s manual which you can likely find online with a quick search for your disposal’s manufacturer name and model number.

Most models have a manual crank at the bottom that allows you to turn the blade when it’s stuck. It’s never truly safe to reach into a garbage disposal, even when it’s completely disconnected from power, so the manual crank is the preferred method for loosening clogs.

Your disposal may also be able to shut itself down to prevent damage to the motor in the event of a clog. If your disposal has this feature, you’ll need to press a reset button to restore power once you’ve manually cleared the clog.

 

 

Increased Bathroom Activity:

 

Whether you’re just entertaining for the evening or you’re putting up a house full of guests for several days, your bathrooms are going to get busy when you’re playing host. Before your guests arrive, peek inside your toilet’s tank just to make sure your flapper is in good condition and everything is in its place. It’s also a good idea to stick a plunger in the bathroom just so that it’s at the ready in the event of a potential overflow.

As for furnishing hot showers for everyone, you may find that you need to stagger showers at different times to avoid outrunning your water heater. If your water heater’s thermostat is set lower than 120 degrees (the highest safe setting) you’ll get a helpful boost by temporarily increasing the setting to that level.

And if you tend to play host to a big crowd year after year, you might consider making your next water heater a tankless model. They come at a higher upfront cost, but they’re more energy efficient than standard water heaters and you’ll never run out of hot water with their on-demand heating.

 

Accl Plumbing offers repair and replacement services. We would be pleased to develop a guaranteed unique solution to keep your overstuffed disposals, water heater installations, sewer blockages, clogged drains, burst pipes, broken water heater or over flowing toilets, free of any obstructions. We can help. Call 1(905) 448-5909 or visit our contact page to drop us a message http://acclplumbing.com/contact-us/

 

 
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