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Signs that You May Have a Natural Gas Leak

There are a number of ways that you can detect a natural gas leak. Of course, if you continually smell gas in one area of the house, that's a clear sign—it'll be easy to detect, as it smells like rotten eggs. Another frequent indication is an unexpected increase in your gas bill. If you are properly tending to house plants and they are dying, that can also be a telltale sign of a gas leak.

There are, however, other physical symptoms that may point to a gas leak:

  • Frequent headaches or nausea
  • Dizziness, drowsiness or light-headedness
  • Chest pains or difficulty breathing
  • Nose bleeds
  • Depression or loss of appetite
  • A ringing in your ears
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Tips for Determining Which Is Best for You

Whether you're building a new home or upgrading the plumbing to an existing residence, you want to consider the pros and cons of going tankless with your water heating system. Tankless water heaters have come a long, long way since the early days, when the water was lukewarm at best and couldn't handle any meaningful demand. Here are the advantages and disadvantages of both systems:

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    Traditional water heaters

    With a traditional water heater, you'll have a reservoir filled with a quantity of previously heated water. The tank will be insulated, helping to prevent the loss of heat, but your water heater will have to periodically reheat the water to the temperature you want. Most traditional water heaters come with a 30 to 50 gallon tank, typically plenty of water for laundry, dishwashers and a shower or two. The unit may struggle to keep up if there's a lot of demand in a short period of time.

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    Tankless water heaters

    Tankless water heaters offer a number of advantages. They occupy far less space—often the size of a small toaster oven. Because they only operate on demand, they're generally more energy efficient. They're less susceptible to breakdown, too. With newer models, there's virtually no wait time for hot water.

    A tankless water heater will usually cost about two to three times what a traditional water heater costs,

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