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Role of Pumps in Instant Water Heaters

| Tuesday August 11, 2020

Easily one of the most overlooked plumbing appliances in the household, the water heater usually sits in the corner of your bathroom unless there are some issues with it. Be it a dribbly shower or slow in producing hot water; most of us have faced problem with the water heater at one time or another.

 Good water pressure is synonymous to a luxurious shower experience. While storage water heaters undisputedly provide great water pressure and consistent water temperature,

Weld Lines in Storage Water Heaters

| Sunday July 19, 2020

As a homeowner, you probably have spent a lot of time noodling over which kind of water heater—instant or storage—will be best for your home. If you’ve done your fair share of research, you might have given thought to storage water heaters or might have even gotten one for your home. As the name implies, this sort of water heater comes with an in-built storage tank, where water is heated and stored.

Unlike instant water heaters,

Storage Water Heaters for Tight Ceiling Spaces

| Tuesday July 14, 2020

You’ve just gotten the keys to your new apartment and you’re thrilled to be moving in. The entire space is an empty canvas for your personality, and you can’t wait to fill it with the sleekest furniture and the latest gadgets. The bathroom is one important corner at home because it’s where you often start and end your day, whether it’s grooming, brushing teeth, or taking a shower. Because you spend so much time in there,

Why Rheem Water Heaters are Designed to Automatically Stop Heating

| Monday July 6, 2020

Yes, you read that right: Rheem Water Heaters are engineered with an automatic heating cutoff system. It may be a strange concept to grasp; why would a water heater designed for heating, stop heating automatically? Does it mean that the hot water supply gets interrupted when you’re in the midst of a shower, and you’re only left with undesirable cold water? That certainly doesn’t sound right.

Hold on before you cast any negative judgement on us,

What’s Great about a Replaceable Heating Element

| Sunday June 28, 2020

A key fixture in the bathroom is a water heater, which is integral in helping us relax by providing us with a warm and comfortable shower. Chances are, you probably have an instant water heater in your bathroom. While it gets the job done by providing you with heated water for your warm shower, you want something as long-lasting as possible. The durability of an instant water heater is, more often than not, determined by the components that are used within the instant water heater.

Consistent Outgoing Temperature: Why is it Important for Your Shower

| Sunday June 21, 2020

Hitting the showers at the start or the end of the day should be a no-brainer – you turn on the faucet, and out comes water at the right temperature. But, all of a sudden, you feel a dip in pressure or rise in temperature. Nothing ruins a comfortable shower experience more than having inconsistent water temperature or pressure.

When it comes to inconsistent water temperature, how uncommon is that? In fact,

Understanding the Different Types of Materials for Heating Chambers in Instant Water Heaters

| Monday June 15, 2020

It’s safe to say that the instant water heater market is here to stay, especially so since we’re all after one of life’s little pleasure— a warm shower. As the market grows, brands are coming up with the latest heater designs with different types of materials used. As a homeowner, you’ll want fortifying materials used on your water heater to protect yourself against any mishap. Every single part of the instant water heater, both externally and internally—particularly the heating chamber— has to be well-thought out to ensure maximum safety and durability.

What is a Temperature and Pressure Relief Valve, and Why is it Important for Storage Water Heaters to Have Them?

| Thursday June 4, 2020

If you’re a homeowner, your family’s and home’s safety become undoubtedly high on your list of concerns. And you want to make sure that dangers at home are brought to a minimum.

Taking a warm shower is one of life’s special little joys, and nothing kills the joy more than an unexpected rush of skin-scalding hot water. On top of enjoyment, safety is also of paramount importance when it comes to water heaters because nobody wants a freak shower accident.

What is Polyurethane Foam and Why is it Being Used on Storage Water Heaters?

| Sunday May 31, 2020

We are in an era when energy conservation is of paramount importance. Nowadays, manufacturers are always experimenting with new ways to improve the energy-saving performance of domestic thermal apparatus. Not that we’re complaining, because decreasing energy expenditure at home isn’t just good for the environment—it can do wonders to your energy bill too.

Most of us undoubtedly love a warm shower—and that puts storage water heaters at the top of the most-commonly-used-domestic-devices list.

3 Features in Rheem Products that Prevent Scalding to Ensure Your Safety

| Saturday May 23, 2020

What’s the worst thing that could possibly happen in the showers? Other than running out of hot water, getting scalded would be the next thing that comes to mind.

Taking a steamy rinse can be one of the best parts of the day, and since you spend a significant amount of time in the showers, skin-friendly hot water should be at the ready whenever you want it. On top of that, you’d want to remove any nagging worries that you may have about possibly scalding yourself during shower time.

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