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Benefits of a Navien Tankless Water Heater

Are you sick of taking cold showers? Have you had it with high water bills? Are you tired of your water heater taking up too much space in your basement? Are you worried about the negative effect your traditional water heater is having on the environment? You will find that a tankless water heater has incredible benefits and is more than likely the solution to all these problems. We are confident that you will notice the following benefits when using a Navien tankless water heater :  Tankless water heaters take up less space. It’s true. We have found that our tankless water heaters occupy 80% less space than traditional 50-gallon tank-type water heaters. When you choose the tankless water heater, you don’t have to worry about not having enough space in your basement for storage anymore. They allow for hotter water. You read that right. Say goodbye to dreaded, cold showers when you invest in the Navien tankless water heater. Its primary condensing stainless-steel heat exchangers

How to Thaw Frozen Pipes

You woke up to find that you have frozen pipes... now what do you do?! Frozen pipes aren't all that uncommon during the winter months but that doesn't mean they are any less stressful. Outside of preventative measures, there are a few things you can do to help speed up the thawing process. The first step can be a little tricky, you'll need to locate where the freeze is actually at. The most effective way to do this is to test each faucet. If no water or a very small amount trickles out, chances are the pipe leading to that spot is frozen. A majority of the time if one pipe is frozen, there are others also affected. If you are able to see pipes, like in the basement or under sinks, you may be able to identify it that way as well. Frozen plumbing will oftentimes result in a white frost and bludge at the problem area. If you are able to access the frozen area, you're in luck and have easier thawing options.  Once located, you will want to open both the hot and co