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Weatherizing Your Water Heater This Season

Winterizing your water heater means preparing it for freezing winter in Minnesota. If you need a water heater inspection and maintenance, contact P&D Mechanical in Minneapolis. 

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Incentives for Investing in a New Water Heater

If you considering replacing your old water heater, now is the time to take advantage of the benefits and incentives that come with a new water heater. Harrison Electric offers water replacement for homeowners in Minneapolis, Minnesota. We can provide the right water heater for your family no matter how small or large your home is.

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Common Water Heater Problems

There’s nothing like stepping into the shower only to find out that your water heater is on the fritz. Few things are more frustrating than a water heater problem. In fact, a troublesome water heater can seriously disrupt your household or business. You rely on your water heater to work for you every day.

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Why Your Water Heater is Making Popping Noises

You walk into your utility room, and suddenly you hear it: little popping noises coming from your water heater. You may wonder if this is normal, but rest assured, these noises are a relatively common occurrence among both gas and electric water heaters. Over time, water heaters can develop buildup that causes these sounds to emerge at frequent intervals. At P&D Mechanical, we know it’s disconcerting to find that your appliances are making peculiar sounds. That’s why we’ve put together a rundown of why your water heater might be making strange noises. Read on to find out what causes those popping noises and what we can do about it.

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Now is the Time for a Boiler Replacement from P&D Mechanical

Have you noticed that your boiler is not working as well as it should? P&D Mechanical can replace your boiler with a brand new energy-efficient boiler. You will love all the features and benefits that new models have to offer including the money you’ll save annually. We can inspect your current system and have a new boiler ready to go in 2018. Contact us today for a free estimate.

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Start 2018 with a New Boiler from P&D Mechanical

Buying a new boiler is one of the most significant and essential purchases that you will ever make. There are many items to consider before you invest. P&D Mechanical can help you through every phase of boiler replacement from design to completion. Below is a short guide to buying a boiler in 2018. If you can have any further questions, feel free to contact us.

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Preparing Your Hot Water Heater for Winter

Of all the components in your plumbing system during the winter, the water heater is your most important. Without it, you and your family will be taking freezing showers during freezing temperatures. To keep your water heater operating in peak performance from November to March, we recommend contacting a P&D Mechanical technician to come out and inspect your unit. We can make the necessary adjustments to your heater that will protect it through the cold season.

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Tankless Vs. Traditional Water Heaters

If you are in the market for a water heater, you may be contemplating whether you should get a tankless or a traditional water heater. With a focus on conserving energy, many homeowners are opting for a tankless water heater, but is it for you? Take a look at the pros and cons of both, and then determine which tank is right for you.

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Should You Get a Tankless Water Heater?

Many households are becoming more energy efficient in some way or another. Homeowners are purchasing fuel efficient vehicles or installing solar panels on their homes to reduce their carbon footprint. You may also be considering taking a baby step, like installing a tankless water heater in your home. If your goal is to compare the benefits of a tankless heater to a traditional water heater, keep reading to see the pros and cons.

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Winter: The Worst Time for a Water Heater Failure

With today's technologies, water heaters rarely fail. Older water heaters fail, and do so at the worst possible time. It might be during a power outage and an electric water heater stops working while every other heat source also stops, or while gas line maintenance is going on down the street if you have a gas fueled water heater. On thing you can expect and rely on is the water heater will fail when you most want a hot shower. Fortunately, there are solutions to such problems so you don't have to take a cold shower if you don't want one.

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