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Plumbing That Adds Value to

Your Property.

If you want to increase the value of your home, adding a tankless hot water heater can increase your homes value.


On Average, homes with tankless hot water heaters sold faster than comparable properties.


Water Softener



The real benefit of these units is that they provide hot water when you want it without wasting energy. A traditional gas tank unit will always have some loss due to the heat not being used and reheated on a daily basis.



The average working life of an unit is roughly 20-25 years, which means that this investment should last you quite some time – keeping your energy bills low and ensuring that you don’t have to replace it until you are ready to adequately manage the installation on your own.


It will definitely pay off over time as gas and electricity gets more expensive by the year. If you live in a high-cost area, however, the savings will be noticeable after a few months of usage.

Space-Saving Design 

Rather than installing bulky storage tanks, tankless gas models can be placed anywhere there’s electricity, eliminating the need for any extra space in your house or yard. You can even install them inside your house without worrying about excessive heat levels, and they are easy to relocate if you need a little extra space in the future.


Low Temperatures

If you have noticed that your shower seems less warm than it used to be, this is most likely due to the hot water tank system slowly starting to lose its ability to store heated water – causing your showers not only feel cooler but also make you use more hot water for each one as well. Tankless systems avoid this problem by allowing users access to hot water at any time, which reduces the amount of energy used to reheat cold or lukewarm water that is constantly being wasted in standard storage tanks.


Less maintenance

Maintenance does not have to be performed until after ten years of service. No need to check the anode rod like you will need to do with a tank heater. Just make sure your filter is clean at all times, and there is no sediment build-up in your incoming water supply, and all should be well for many years. 


Tankless Hot Water Heater


Saves money

Soft water lacks the mineral ions that cause buildup in your pipes and appliances, saving you from costly repair bills. Mineral buildup in a pipe narrows the area water can move through, which requires a higher pump pressure. It will also increase the amount of energy needed to keep water hot or cold. The buildup also wreaks havoc on your appliances, which means more frequent repair or replacement costs for your dishwasher, laundry machines, coffee machines, water heaters, and ice makers.

Cleaner hair and softer skin

Soft water can be extremely beneficial for your hair and skin while bathing or showering. It alleviates the effects hard water has on your body because of a loss of natural oils in your skin and hair.

 Because soft water contains fewer minerals, your skin picks up and holds moisture easier. While bathing or showering in hard water can have an adverse effect on your skin. 

Soft water can help balance your hair’s pH level, while hard water can cause your hair to feel dry, brittle, and frizzy. It can also dull your hair color.

Brighter and softer clothes

A water softener prevents the adverse effects of hard water on your clothes while making them soft to the touch and preserving the new, fresh look and feel.

Cleaner Dishes

If you live in a hard water area, you know how difficult it is to keep your dishes clean. No matter how many times you clean them, or the soaps or detergents you use, your glass and silverware are left with a cloudy appearance as soon as it dries. A water softener fixes the problem at the root, removing the minerals before they can build up on your dishes. 

Less time cleaning

You may spend hours a week scrubbing chalky lime and soap scum off the walls of your showers, sinks, and faucets. Using a water softener not only prevent the negative effects of hard water, but soft water fully dissolves and penetrates soap, less insoluble soap scum or curd collects in your bathroom. Saving the time you spend cleaning on a regular basis.


Uponor PEX Pipe

Uponor PEX-a is superior to PEX-b, CPVC and copper pipe

With more than 40 years of service and 17 billion feet of pipe installed worldwide, Uponor PEX is a trusted solution for new-home construction. In fact, more homebuilders and contractors install PEX for plumbing than copper and CPVC combined.
Extruded vs. molded rings
When comparing the Uponor PEX-a plumbing system with PEX-b and F1960 systems, it is important to look at the expansion rings. Uponor ProPEX expansion rings are extruded for maximum strength and capitalize on the shape memory of PEX-a to ensure a secure connection. Molded PEX-b rings eliminate the benefits of strength and shape memory for a connection that could be compromised.

Sealing time test
The Uponor ProPEX connection method underwent third-party pressure testing on the joint as assembled at different environmental conditions. The results offered assurance to the fastest and most durable sealing times, proving the Uponor system offers the best connection method for ASTM F1960 fitting systems.

Gold Seal certification
Uponor PEX-a pipe, ProPEX rings and expansion fittings are certified to Water Quality Association (WQA) ORD 1502 protocols for freeze and thaw resistance. This ensures the system will remain strong and intact, even in the harshest winter conditions.

ASTM F1960 compliance
Uponor’s PEX-reinforcing rings and cold-expansion fittings are tested and certified to ASTM F1960. It is unknown whether all PEX-b manufacturers have been tested and listed to this industry standard for quality.

Fitting offering
Uponor provides the most comprehensive offering of ASTM F1960 fittings in lead-free (LF) brass and engineered polymer (EP) for a holistic system from pipe to rings to fittings. Additionally, Uponor’s EP fittings are proudly made in America, while others’ fittings are manufactured in China.

Stress-crack corrosion resistance
Stress-crack corrosion is the growth of a micro-crack that can lead to unexpected sudden failure of a piping system. Due to its higher and more uniform crosslinking manufacturing method, Uponor PEX-a pipe offers greater resistance to stress-crack corrosion compared to PEX-b pipe for a stronger, more durable piping system.

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