Even though they aren’t in use as much as other water heaters, you might still encounter problems with a tankless water heater. If something has gone wrong there is no need to worry. We’ve listed seven of the most common problems you might run into and how you can troubleshoot them. Table of Contents 1. Water Heater Is Not Turning
Picture this: You’ve just finished dinner and want to wash the dishes. You rinse off the plates—and discard excess food down the drain—then reach to turn on the garbage disposal. After standing there for a few seconds, you realize the garbage disposal is not working. If you’re not sure why it’s malfunctioning, check out the most likely reasons why garbage
Tankless water heaters are a smart investment to make because they are energy-efficient, take up minimal space, produce hot water whenever it’s needed, and are easy to maintain. They also have a significantly longer lifespan than traditional water heaters with tanks. Tank water heaters generally hold up for 8-12 years, and even that’s being generous. Tankless water heaters have 20-year
We all know what a functioning furnace sounds like, right? Well, maybe not, but your heating system will typically make a dull hum and blow quietly throughout its heating cycle. You may also hear your unit click on and off. Again, this is a sign of normal operation and is no cause for concern. However, you may be alarmed if
Your furnace keeps you comfortable all winter long. And since your furnace takes such good care of you, take care of your furnace by following a few simple maintenance steps. First, make sure that no vents are blocked by furniture.
Coming home after a long day expecting your house to be nice and cozy, but instead walking into a freezer can be unsettling. If you’re furnaces is not turning on, the comfort in your home is compromised. So, what should you do when your furnace is not igniting? We’ve compiled a list of five things to check when your furnace
Heat pumps combine the functions of a heater and an air conditioner into one. In principle, they use the same system of cycling refrigerant that air conditioners do. The system generates warm air as well as cool air, but in traditional air conditioners…
Low airflow is a common problem with any type of forced-air heating system like a furnace or heat pump.
In this post, we’ll look at one of the important safety devices inside your furnace: the fan limit switch. Whenever you need assistance with your gas furnace, or any other heating system in Media, PA, contact Wm. Henderson Plumbing & Heating Inc.
Today’s furnaces are very energy efficient, but how can you know how energy efficient a system really is? With the help of specific rating and the assistance of a trained professional, you can be assured of installing a gas furnace in Havertown that will have the energy efficiency you want for your home.