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Damien McCusker, Manager of Arpi's residential service division, has been working in the HVAC industry for 16 years and has hands-on experience in new home installations, furnace and air conditioner replacements, sales and residential service. He spends most of his spare time being an UBER driver, driving his kids to soccer practice and games.

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Thinking of Purchasing a Tankless Water Heater? Here's What You Should KnowTankless water heaters, just as the name suggests, have no reservoir tanks. If you’re thinking of purchasing a tankless water heater, you will need to know how they function so you can compare the advantages and disadvantages with a storage tank type water heater.

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Sediment Settling in Your Water Heater? Maintenance Tips for Cleaning It OutOf all the HVAC equipment installed in your Calgary area home, the water heater is the one appliance you rely on every day. Whether gas or electric, it’s generally very dependable and quiet, built to last about 10 years.

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If You Need a New Water Heater, Here Are Some Costs to ConsiderNew water heater costs depend on more than the price of the heater to install. Every installation is unique to each individual home site. Here are some things to consider.

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You rely on your water heater multiple times every day, which is why it is important that you replace it with the right unit when the time comes. While there are many features and numbers listed on labels of water heaters, some things are more important than others. The following are the most important factors that you will have to decide on when buying a new water heating system.

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Tankless water heaters, like the more conventional storage water heaters, have a rating based on their capacity. A tankless water heater is rated based on the amount of water that it is capable of heating to a set temperature, typically between 49 degrees and 60 degrees.

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The Water Heater: Understanding How It Works Can Prolong Its LifeMost people tend to take their hot water for granted when they hit the shower in the morning or wash their dishes at night. But when the unit breaks down, it becomes all too apparent that this home appliance is a necessity.

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Energy From a Water Heater Shouldn't Be WastedWhen you run your dishwasher, take a shower or wash your clothes, most of the heat in the hot water used is flushed down the drain and wasted. One way of reducing your energy bills is to reuse this wasted heat with a drain water heat recovery system.

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Have Yourself a 'Greener' Winter With These Energy-Saving TipsFor the Calgary area, winter means long, dark nights using more heat and electricity than the rest of the year. Avoid draining your pocket book this winter by following energy-saving tips, and while you're at it, know that you'll be helping the environment by significantly cutting your use of fossil fuels.

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Tankless or Storage: Which Type of Water Heater Is Right for Your Calgary Home?Deciding whether or not to use a tankless water heater for your home is an important decision to make if you are building a new house, but you should also think about one if your old water heater is starting to rust out, or outlive its useful lifespan.

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