MarGo Plumbing Heating Cooling Inc. Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Wayne’

Are Tankless Water Heaters Better?

Monday, May 6th, 2019

 

tankless-water-heaterStatistically speaking, you’re most likely someone who owns a storage tank water heater. And since you’re reading this article, you may be someone who is considering replacing their water heater with a tankless model. It’s not surprising that you are—tankless water heaters are touted for their efficiency and convenience.

Of course, before investing money into one of these devices, you should know whether all the claims are true. We can help you determine if a tankless water heater will truly serve you better than your current tank model.

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HVAC Equipment That Can Increase Heating Efficiency

Monday, January 28th, 2019

money-see-sawWhen people ask us how to keep their heating costs low in the winter, the best answer is always “keep up with maintenance.” We can’t overstate how important it is to keep your heating system maintained. Not just for your efficiency, but your safety and comfort, too.

While we could write an entire post on how important maintenance is, we’ll spare you the details (just this once) and instead focus on some other methods for improving efficiency. Rather than focusing on energy-saving tactics, we want to look at some equipment that can give you a bigger return on savings.

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How to Tell You Need Water Treatment 

Monday, December 17th, 2018

water-testingA lot of people don’t really like the taste of water much to begin with, but if your water tastes bad, then it might be time for water treatment. Bad tastes and smells in your water can be attributed to an overall problem with your water’s quality, and that can lead to health problems or the deterioration of your plumbing system.

Below, we’ll go over your options for treatment as well as several signs that you need to have your water tested by a Wayne, NJ plumber.

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Outdoor AC Unit Problems

Monday, August 13th, 2018

outdoor-ac-unitFor a central air conditioning system, it’s standard that one unit remains outdoors, and the other one remains indoors. The outdoor unit is crucial for dispelling the warm air absorbed by the indoor unit. Yet, the outdoor unit is the one that’s forced to withstand all the elements. The outdoor unit has to endure extreme weather, dirt, animals, and more.

Meanwhile, the indoor AC unit is nice and cozy inside the home. It’s not fair, but that’s just the way it is.

At the very least, we can warn you about some of the potential problems that an outdoor AC unit can encounter.

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