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Exploring Bathroom Fixture Designs

Hey everyone, my name is Bennett Bernard. I would like to talk to you about plumbing fixtures. The fixtures you install in the bathroom directly impact the flow of that space. You want to keep your design flowing from piece to piece to create a layout with movement. Stagnant designs can make you feel tired out while flowing pieces give your home energy. Bathroom fixtures come in a number of shapes, sizes and materials. You can pick up bronze faucets, aluminum knobs or copper knobs to complement your basin sink or marble countertops. I will teach you how to select the best fixtures for your home. I will also share information about advancements in bathroom fixture design. I hope you will visit my website on a daily basis to find out more.

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3 Reasons To Consider A Tankless Water Heater

When installing a water heater in your home, you should understand the benefits of tankless water heaters. A tankless water heater is a relatively small device that is attached to your hot water line to provide hot water as needed. Listed below are three reasons to consider a tankless water heater over a traditional water heater.

Less Damage Potential

A major risk with a traditional water heater is that it can begin leaking over time. While this may not sound like a huge problem, having a water heater leaking water from a 30-100 gallon water tank can easily result in a lot of damage to the room the water heater is installed in.

For example, a leaking water heater can lead to a flooded basement. However, a tankless water heater cannot cause that much damage as it will not have a large tank of water attached to it that can potentially flood a portion of your home.

More Placement Options

One of the most difficult parts about water heater installation is finding some place to fit the unit. Due to the sheer size of a traditional water heater and its large storage tank, it will often end up having to go into your basement. However, since the tankless water heater is so small, it can be installed just about anywhere within the home.

More Capable Of Supplying Hot Water

Finally, you will want to look into a tankless water heater if you are getting sick of running out of hot water because it will begin heating up water as soon as a faucet or appliance requires it. With a traditional water heater, it is not uncommon for you to end up having to take a cold shower or wait for the hot water to be replenished if you have multiple people in your home. 

However, a tankless water heater will never actually run out of hot water completely unless its power source is turned off or too many areas of your home are using hot water at once. While you can overwhelm a tankless water heater by using multiple appliances and taking a shower at the same time, staggering your hot water consumption will not strain the tankless water heater at all. This is a big advantage over a traditional water heater where even staggering your hot water usage will drain the tank and leave you having to wait for it to refill a bit before more hot water is available. 

Contact a plumber or contractor today in order to discuss how a tankless water heater could benefit your family and home. These types of water heater are great because they have less damage potential, more placement options, and are more capable of supplying hot water to your household.