Category Archives: Hot Water Heaters

Save Money by Saving Water

It might not seem like it now, but clean water is a scarce resource. Only 1 percent of the entire world’s water supply is safe for human consumption. And yet, despite the obvious issue of scarcity facing all of us, the average North American still uses between 80-100 gallons of water a day. A lot … Read More

Signs Your Water Heater Needs to Be Replaced

worker set up central gas heating boiler at home

As a homeowner, you have responsibilities in your home that you could never neglect—this is also true when it comes to your trusty water heater! You might not have given it much thought yet, but as soon as your water heater starts malfunctioning, you may find yourself in a lot of trouble. Most of the … Read More

Is It Time to Go Tankless?

Tankless water heater in the bathroom

While most homes have standard water heaters, which store gallons of hot water and maintain a gradual temperature, there is another kind of storage tank – the tankless water heater – that heats water directly and on demand as it flows through your pipes.   Tankless water heaters provide many advantages; however, it may not … Read More

Water Heater 101: Awesome Maintenance Tips

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Residential water heaters can definitely give you that great deal of comfort no matter what the season is. This is why it is important to commit to a comprehensive maintenance regimen if you want to ensure that your water heater will perform efficiently. When you understand how the technology of water heater works and once … Read More

Ways to Keep Your Water Heating Bill Low

In your daily battle to save energy, your hot water heater is the weakest link. One of the reason is that you are probably still using a conventional type of water heater.   That kind of heater continuously works to keep your water hot and ready any time you need it. However, as much as … Read More

Extend the Life of Your Water Heater

If taking cold showers is going to be a problem with you, it is very important that you keep your water heater in top form. Performing a thorough inspection twice a year can help minimize the risk of your water heater suddenly breaking down. Aside from that, giving your water heater some TLC can actually … Read More

Is It Time to Replace Your Water Heater?

Close-up of man hands setting the temperature of water in Electric Boiler

The lifespan of a water heater is usually around 10 to 15 years. There are some units that last longer than that, of course. How do you know it’s time for a replacement then?   First of all, if you want to get more from your water heater, then you should definitely consider an upgrade … Read More

How to Remedy Common Winter Plumbing Problems

Freezing faucet

Winter is not quite over and it is still causing some havoc on your plumbing. Allowing the cold to damage your plumbing can have costly implications in the future, repairing them now can save you tons in the long run. Fret not! Hayes Plumbing is here to help you remedy some of the common winter … Read More

Signs Your Water Heater Has Had It

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The last thing you want on a cold morning is to step into a hot shower only to realize the spray you’re standing under is ice cold. The water heater often goes unnoticed until something horrible (like said ice cold shower) happens, but it won’t go from working just fine to kaput over night. Pay … Read More

5 Water Heater Maintenance Tips

Your home water heater can provide you with comfort during those remaining cool winter days. And so it’s important to commit to a comprehensive maintenance regimen to ensure the water heater is performing to optimal capacity. By understanding how the technology works and adopting expert maintenance techniques, you can save significant money on your home … Read More