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Hot Water Circulation Systems | Pumps | Installation | Servicing | Repair | Replacement

Licensed-PlumbingHot water circulating systems pump hot water from your hot water heater in order to provide hot water instantaneously. Since hot water circulating systems and pumps don’t require stored water to be heated up first, hot water circulation systems can save up to 15,000 of gallons of water a year and reduce your water bill by 10%. Hot water circulation systems use existing hot water piping running from your hot water heater to sinks and showers throughout a home. If you are unfamiliar with the benefits of a hot water circulation system, Public Service Plumbers can help you determine if such a system is right for you.

At Public Service Plumbers, we’ve provided high quality plumbing services to homeowners and businesses in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex for more than half a century. Our support staff has over 100 years of combined plumbing experience and every one of our plumbing techs has at least 10 years of experience. we are not bonded, insured or certified on any brands- they are licensed plumbers…that’s it.

We pride ourselves on our thorough, yet common sense, approach. We’ll look at all your plumbing needs, making certain there are no potential problems lurking anywhere. No water circulation problem is too big or too small for us.

Installing a Hot Water Circulation System and Pump

At Public Service Plumbers, we install and service the Grundfos G595916 Recirculation Pump Comfort System. The Grundfos Comfort System consists of a pump and valve that delivers hot water instantly to any faucet, bath, or shower in your home. Installation of the Grundfos Comfort System is straightforward and simple: our plumbers install a pump at your water heater in combination with a patented under sink valve in the sink furthest away from the hot water pump.

The construction and design of the Grundfos System creates a pressure differential that diverts cooler water from the hot water supply line using a thermostatically controlled valve. Practically speaking, this means when you turn on a faucet or the shower, you won’t have to wait for hot water – the Grundfos Comfort System ensures you’ll have hot water instantaneously. Additionally, the Grundfos System comes with a timer that makes it more efficient when it’s not in use during the night. The circulation and pump system is quiet and maintenance-free.

Specifics of the Grundfos Hot Water Circulation System

The Grundfos Comfort System retrofits to existing plumbing and uses less energy than a 25-watt light bulb. It can save up to 12,000 gallons of water per year. No return line is required to install it, has a built-in timer and cord, does not require an electrical outlet under the sink, and installs in less than an hour.

Interested in a Hot Water Circulation System? Call Public Service Plumbers

If you’re interested in a hot water circulation system, contact Dallas – Ft. Worth Public Service Plumbers. We’ve served the families and businesses of the Dallas metro area for over 55 years. To learn more about hot water circulation systems or to discuss pricing or get an estimate, call (214) 363-4477 .We’re happy to explain the Grundfos system to you and answer any questions you might have. We are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to respond to your call. We respond to all warranty and service issues within 48 hours. You’ll receive a one year warranty on all parts and labor.

We install, service, repair and replace hot water circulation systems for homeowners and businesses throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth area, including Highland Park, University Park, Preston Hollow, Lakewood, Lake Highlands, Richardson, Plano, Frisco, McKinney, Allen, Coppell, Garland, Mesquite, Addison, Kessler Park, Farmers Branch, Grapevine, Southlake, Flower Mound and Lewisville.

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