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If You’re Looking For The #1 Tankless Water Heater, We’ve Found It.

Adam

Rinnai is the number 1 selling tankless water heating brand in the U.S. Their main focus is innovating water heating and home heating gas appliances for residential and commercial applications - and they're good at what they do! The tankless water heaters can use up to 40 percent less energy than…

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Why A Denim Blanket Is Necessary For Your Water Heater…

Adam

  Is energy efficient something you strive for? We're guessing, most likely yes, which is why the UltraTouch Water Heater Blanket makes perfect sense for you!     It is manufactured from 90% recycled denim and is a Class-A building product that meets the highest ASTM s…

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Make Line Sets Invisible With Rectorseal

Adam

  We're in mutual agreement that line sets are better unseen.   Fortress Line Set Covers manufactured by Rectorseal have been developed as a cost-effective solution in the market, and will offer you strength and longevity at a very good price. The Fortress range is available i…

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The Next Generation Of Plumbers: Women.

Steffy

  The contracting industry is at a cross-roads. The workforce is growing older, and finding new talent has been an ongoing struggle. But there's a new group of emerging talent who are showing a blooming interest in the field-- women.   Nationwide, about 9,000 women plumbers, p…

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Are You Still Cleaning Toilets the Old-Fashioned Way?

Guest

    Cleaning the toilet isn't fun, no matter how you slice it. It’s tedious and time-consuming, and—when you get right down to it—rather unpleasant. That’s why it makes so much sense to adopt a hands-free approach: Let an automatic toilet cleaner do the job for you! Install …

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Like PVC Pipe, But It Can Bend!

Adam

    One of the largest differences between PVC and PEX is the lack of flexibility that PVC is famous for. But what if PVC Pipe has changed its ways?   Red Flag Products range of Ultra Flexible PVC Pipe  is the most flexible PVC pipe in its class with incredible ben…

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Lower Your Costs With Mr. PEX Composite Radiant Manifolds

Adam

Composites and plastics are rising in popularity in radiant applications, and Mr. PEX Systems is jumping on the bandwagon. They recently introduced their line of Composite Radiant Manifolds.   The manifold is made from a long-lasting glass-filled plastic composite, and is built to withs…

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The Down Low on New Red Flag PVC Products…

Adam

  We've added Red Flag PVC products to the site, giving you more options for your backflow prevention and PVC needs! While we carry other brands such as Spears and Matco-Norca, Red Flag carries an inclusive line of products ranging from PVC check valves to PVC ball valves.   Her…

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The Top 4 Ways To Make Secure PEX Connections…

Steffy

1. Crimp All you need is a crimp tool, crimp fittings and copper rings to make the connection, and with this tool you can "rough in" the entire system, check it out for fit and appearance, then crimp each connection for performance. The connections form a fast, reliable and permanent seal, an…

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Avoid a Gaping Hole in Your Wall With Karp Access Doors

Steffy

  Need to cut a hole in your wall for duct systems, but don't want to leave a giant ugly hole showing for all of eternity? We don't blame you.     A simple solution to these unattractive areas that will require future entry are Karp Access Doors, otherwise known as…

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4 Reasons Why You Should Invest In A ProPEX Expander Tool

Steffy

1. Quick, Reliable Connections Each ProPEX joint can be cut, fitted and completed in under 30 seconds.  2. Superior Flow Rate  Uponor PEXa pipe and ProPEX fittings have the same inside diameter as eachother. This causes water to flow more consistently out of taps and showers. 3. 25 Yea…

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The 5 Benefits of Using PEX Tubing

Steffy

  1. Price - PEX is about a third the price of copper. Even with the additional investment for tools you may need to install fittings, PEX will still end up being the cheaper route.     2. Speed - The connections are generally quicker and easier to make with PEX than solderi…

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