Ken Neyer Plumbing, Inc. Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Hyde Park’

Will a Tankless Water Heater Really Work for My Home?

Tuesday, September 27th, 2016

If you are looking into having a new water heater installed for your house during the fall (and fall is a great time to have this job done), you may be considering making the change from the standard storage tank water heater to a tankless water heater. With tankless water heaters becoming more popular each year, it’s tempting to put one at the top of your list of options. But you may also feel hesitant about it. Adopting any new technology creates a sense of risk in people. Is this “miraculous” tankless water heater really going to be able to meet your home’s hot water demands while saving money?

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The Different Ways That Toilets Can Leak

Monday, August 29th, 2016

Here’s a fact you may not have known: the bathroom toilet consumes a greater volume of fresh water than any other indoor household fixture. More than a third of your home’s indoor water use each month is due to flushing the toilet. This is why it’s important to deal rapidly with any toilet malfunction, such as when the toilet begins to leak. This is a major waste of water. (And it will cause damage to the floor that can in extreme cases lead to collapse.)

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I Don’t Have Any Hot Water! What Should I Do?

Monday, May 16th, 2016

Waking up in the morning and finding that your shower isn’t sending any hot water your way is one of the more unpleasant surprises you can encounter. Any time that your home suddenly loses its supply of hot water is an emergency situation. What can you do about it? Below, we’ll show you the best way to go about restoring your water heater to full function.

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Watch Out for These Common Bathroom Plumbing Problems

Monday, April 11th, 2016

Naturally, the average homeowner hopes that they’ll never run into a bathroom plumbing issue. However, plumbing systems are complex, and even the best maintained system can eventually have a problem pop up. When you do have a problem, you’ll need a professional to inspect it. This is essential, as many do-it-yourself projects have a tendency to go awry and can result in costly repairs later on down the road.

In a typical home, bathroom plumbing is under a considerable amount of stress: more so than any other part of your plumbing system. Regular maintenance and reasonable use will usually help extend the lifespan of your bathroom plumbing, but to be prepared, be sure to read some of the most common bathroom plumbing repair needs we’ve shared below.

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