Frequently Asked Questions
As plumbers, we recommend tankless water heaters for their energy efficiency and endless hot water supply. Unlike traditional tanks that constantly heat stored water, tankless units heat water on demand, which can save you on energy costs. Additionally, you won’t run out of hot water during peak use times, which can be a major convenience for large families or households. Lastly, their compact size frees up space in your home, providing a cleaner, uncluttered look.
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In plumbing, grounding and bonding are important concepts that work together to ensure safety and prevent electrical hazards.
Grounding involves establishing an electrical connection between the plumbing system and the earth, providing a safe path for electrical currents in case of faults or surges. This protects against shocks and fire risks. Bonding, on the other hand, connects different metallic components within the plumbing system to eliminate potential voltage differences, reducing the risk of electrical shock.
By creating a continuous electrical pathway, bonding ensures equal potential among the components. Both grounding and bonding are essential for electrical safety in plumbing, and it is crucial to adhere to local codes and consult professionals for proper implementation.
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