Service is Our Middle Name!

Service is Our Middle Name!

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Finding the Right Plumber for Your Home or Business

If you have a plumbing problem in your home or at your place of business, you may find it difficult to determine how to pick the best plumber for the job. You want an experienced plumber who understands how your system works, who has a solid track record of excellent service, and who fits into your budget. This blog post offers a checklist to help you find the right plumber for your job.

Helping You Deal with Low Water Pressure Problems

As a homeowner, few things can be more frustrating than low water pressure. If you have a dishwasher, it won’t function most efficiently without adequate water pressure. It can take a long time to run laundry. If you try to wash clothes and dishes at the same time, you may get just a trickle from either source. There are ways that you can increase your water pressure. Public Service Plumbers can help.

Hybrid Heat Pump Water Heaters — Worth a Look

The technology used to heat homes with heat pumps has now been integrated into a unit that will allow you to heat water for your home. As with standard heat pumps, the device pulls heat from the air surrounding the water heater, using refrigerant, coils and compressors (essentially, like a refrigerator in reverse).

The Advantages and Disadvantages of a Gas Water Heater

If you are building a new home, remodeling, or updating your water heating system, you have a variety of choices—solar, electric or gas, tankless, propane or natural gas—how can you determine what type of system will best meet your needs. This blog identifies the advantages and disadvantages of a using a gas water heater. The professionals at Public Service Plumbers can answer any questions you have about the use, installation or servicing of a gas water heater.

Save Money and Water with a Home Toilet Voucher

If you have an old toilet that you’ve been wanting to replace, now is the time to move to a more efficient and cost-effective commode. If your home was built before 1992 (even if you are merely renting), you can get a voucher from Dallas Water Utilities for up to $90 off the cost of a new toilet. DWU allows up to two toilet vouchers for any single family home.

Water Heaters – Should You Go Tankless?

In recent years, advances in the technology of water heaters have led to the introduction of water heaters that supply hot water on demand. Instead of storing hot water in an insulated tank, in volumes from 15 to 50 gallons, you can now save significant space in your home by going tankless. This blog post identifies the advantages and disadvantages of using a tankless water heater.