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Tankless Water Heater Tax Credit And Rebate

Tankless Water Heater Tax Credit And Rebate

Did you know that the U.S. Government offers a tax credit and/or rebate for those who switch out their water heaters to new, energy-efficient models? If you’re looking for a way to deduct a bit from your taxes this year, you’ll find that upgrading your water heater to a tankless one will allow you to benefit from the tankless water heater tax credit! Back in 2013, President Obama passed legislation that provided tax benefits to...

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Energy Efficient Water Heaters

Energy Efficient Water Heaters

When buying a new water heater, ALWAYS compare the various types of water heaters around to ensure you find the most energy-efficient models. There are a few different types of heaters to choose from, including: Solar Power — If you want energy-efficient, it doesn’t get better than a solar water heater. Not only does it use the heat of the sun to heat up your water, but you are able to receive federal tax rebates for your...

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Water Heater Gas Valve

There are times when you are faced with the problem of a dysfunctional water heater and most often than not this is caused by the water heater gas valve. There are two main valves in a gas water heater and they are the drain valve and the TPR valve. The TPR (Temperature Pressure Relief) valve is also known as the just relief valve, or the pop-off valve and it is basically a safety device. The primary use of this valve is to release excess...

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Water Heater Anode

An anode rod is an integral part of a water heater. The main aim of the water heater anode is to prevent the corrosion of the metal lining of a water heater. What really happens is that over a period of time, the anode rod will be corroded instead of the metal lining and this will increase the life of the heater. The anode rod also produces an electro chemical reaction when it comes into contact with water and this helps in protecting the...

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Water Heater Tank

There will come a point in time when your water heater tank will stop performing with the same efficiency that it used to perform when you had initially bought it. When that time comes, there is no point shelling out money to repair it, the best option will be to replace it. Of course, you can install a water heater tank all by yourself if you have the knowledge and if you are confident. But if you have even the slightest doubt then call a...

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Water Heater Thermocouple

If you own a gas water heater then you have probably experienced a water heater thermocouple failure. Are you wondering what a water heater thermocouple really is? Basically, more often than not, you might have seen that the gas pilot light switches off or doesn’t stay lit. When this happens it means that the thermocouple is not working. This is quite a common problem faced by all those who own a gas water heater and the good news is that...

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