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Important Water Heaters Service Terms

Water heaters and parts are for sale at many retail locations. Before completing the sale, though, you should be familiar with some terms associated with water heaters. Also, ensure you have a plumbing specialist, or other licensed professional, available to install or fix your water heater.

  • High Temperature Cut Off – This is a safety feature of many water heaters. If the temperature of the heating or adjacent plumbing system goes too high, each part is completely turned off. Manual reactivation is required following a high temperature cut off.
  • Input – Input refers to the amount of electricity or gas a water heater uses, on average, in one hour. While a lower input can save you money on your electric or gas bill, it also means the unit will heat water more slowly.
  • Jacket – A water heater’s exterior.
  • Point Of Use Electric Water Heaters – These small units are often installed in closets or underneath sinks. These systems can only handle smaller quantities of hot water. They are ideal for utility sinks or residential bathrooms that lack bathtubs or showers.
  • Pilot Flame – A pilot flame is a constant fire in a gas water heater. When heat is needed, the pilot flame ignites the gas around the burner, which heats the water inside. The auto pilot is a safety feature that will automatically cease gas flow to the pilot if the flame goes out.
  • Tankless – Tankless units do not have a large storage area for water. Water is heated as needed. This means that gas or electricity is not being consumed when hot water is not being used.
  • Vents – Vents are an essential part of every water heater. They safely deposit harmful gases outside the building.
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    Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors Association
    Falls Church, VA 22046
    The Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors Association is dedicated to the promotion and education of professionals in our industry. Our members follow the best standards and share a common feeling of integriey.
     
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    Pope's Air Conditioning
    9026 Hornbaker Rd, Manassas, VA 20109
    Do you need someone to service your heat pump, water heater, furnace or other HVAC system? We do all that and more! You can also call us for air conditioning and indoor air quality repairs and installation.
    (703) 551-0507
    State Plumbing Service LLC
    6101d Hoskins Hollow Cir, Centreville, VA 20121
    PLUMBING, GAS FITTING,REPAIR,SERVICE RESIDENTIAL AND WE OFFER THE BEST PLUMBINGS SERVICES IN VIRGINIA .
    (703) 407-2955
    Steinhorst
    7225 Little River Tpke, Annandale, VA 22003
    We are Northern Virginia's One Stop Shop for Home Improvement, Plumbing, HVAC and Electrical Services. We are not just plumbers. WE DO EVERYTHING.
    (703) 256-2421
    Powell's Plumbing
    Berryville, VA 22611
    (540) 955-3988
    Powell's Plumbing Inc.
    Charles Town, WV 25414
    (304) 725-1020
    The Plumber
    120 N Braddock St, Winchester, VA 22601
    (540) 662-7460
    All Pro Plumbing and Heating
    148 Chestnutwood Way, Harpers Ferry, WV 25425
    (304) 725-6760
    All About Plumbing
    97 Caulderwood Run, Inwood, WV 25428
    (304) 821-1115
    Ned Willson's Plumbing
    290 Howards Chapel Rd, Winchester, VA 22603
    (540) 888-4919
    Kiker E A & Sons
    Purcellville, VA 20160
    (703) 581-1992
    M.E. Flow Inc.
    Purcellville, VA 20160
    (540) 751-4112
    M E Flow Inc
    Winchester, VA 22602
    (540) 667-7155
    Powell's Plumbing
    Stephens City, VA 22655
    (540) 869-9186
    Carlson Plumbing Inc
    Winchester, VA 22602
    (540) 667-7114
    Artisan Plumbing Inc
    1432 Macedonia Church Rd, Stephens City, VA 22655
    (540) 868-0661


    Electric and gas water heaters need professional installation, repair and maintenance services. If you handle the plumbing and installation without being HVAC certified, your homeowner's insurance company may deny coverage. If a leak ruins your walls or flooring, the cleaning expense is enormous, especially if you must pull out sheet-rock and insulation. If your insurance company denies coverage, you'll foot the repair bill alone. By having a professional technician hook up the components, if something goes wrong, they're responsible. Most systems offer warranty coverage that covers maintenance and repairs for a specified amount of time. Replace older systems with sale items. Newer systems provide lower operating costs. They use less fuel and power, inevitably saving you money. Tankless systems produce hot water only when you need it. Other systems use a burner or boiler and store it in the storage tank. A pump forces it through the pipes to your bathroom, laundry area or kitchen. If your unit simply needs repairs, find replacement parts online or in HVAC supply stores. Burners last a certain amount of time before they need replacing. The control valve, vent pipes and shut-off valve also needs replacement if they develop a leak. Commercial and residential systems provide hot liquid to your sinks and showers. They require different fuel sources. Some run on electricity or solar, others need propane, kerosene or natural gas. Vent all systems to the outside to reduce the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning. An experienced HVAC technician knows how to make sure your system runs efficiently and safely. Find them on sale at plumbing and heating retailers near you.
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