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Blogs from December, 2015

Water Heater

ServiceOne Plumbing, one of Orlando’s leading Air-conditioning and Plumbing companies, has launched a hot water heater giveaway promotion. Once every 90 days starting 11/01/2015, ServiceOne will give away a new energy-efficient hot water heater, including installation.

“With the holidays around the corner and winter approaching, it is great timing to get a new water heater,” said Bill Gouty, ServiceOne Air-conditioning and Plumbing Founder and President. “To qualify homeowners must have had plumbing services or home energy evaluation within the past 90 days starting 11/01/2015, so give us a call and get on the schedule.”

When it comes to water heaters, homeowners are “going green” and saving money by installing a new, state-of-art water heater. There are two options on the market – tankless or conventional – each with their own advantages.

According to the GE GeoSpring Hybrid Water Heater is one of America’s most efficient 50-gallon water heaters, using 62-percent less energy and saving more than $300/year on utility bills. “The GeoSpring Hybrid Water Heater delivers all the hot water you need, plus it’s much more efficient than a standard electric water heater,” said Gouty. “And because it uses the same water and electric connections, installation is fast and easy.”

Also, growing in popularity are tankless water heaters which offer the following benefits:

• More Energy Efficient – only uses energy when hot water is needed
• Longer Life Span – no tank buildup, low maintenance
• Instant, Unlimited Hot Water – not limited by tank capacity
• Save on Space – can be mounted most places in the home or office

“At ServiceOne Air-conditioning and Plumbing, we’re here to help you with your water heater needs. From tankless to conventional, we can help you find the right water heater to suit your lifestyle,” said Gouty.

“Just like any other appliance in your home, your water heater will eventually break,” said Gouty. “Before you have to deal with a costly replacement, there are signs you can look for to know when to call your local plumber.”

Some common water heater issues to watch out for include:

  • Little or No Hot Water
  • Rust-Colored Water
  • Foul-Smelling Water Odor
  • High Pitched or Low Rumbling Noises Coming from Pipes
  • Water Leaks

“Homeowners usually don’t consider upgrading their water heater since it’s just an out-of-way appliance doing its job. However today’s new water heaters are much more energy efficient so they pay for themselves relatively quickly in energy savings,” said Gouty. “Plus, they are better for the environment which is important to many of our customers.”


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