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So you had a rough day at work. Rude customers, an overbearing boss, and somebody dropped a whole bottle of cooking oil in the break room and YOU had to clean it up. When you get home, you decide you need a bath to relax, so you go to your tub and turn on the hot water. But it’s not hot yet, so you wait. And wait. And wait. Turns out your roommate/spouse/spawn took an extended shower right before you got home, and now there’s no hot water left in your standard water heater! After half an hour, when the water finally gets warm and you sink into the sudsy tub, you think, “there has to be another way…” Well good news, there is! The answer is the tankless, or on-demand, water heater! What’s the difference? By far, the most popular type of water heater in North America is the storage water heater, which holds tons of water in a big tank and keeps it warm until it’s ready to use. The problem with this is that if there isn’t enough insulation around the tank, heat escapes the water and the unit has to keep reheating it, wasting a ton......

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4 Reasons Why Your Water Heater Reset Button Keeps Tripping Is your water heater reset button tripping frequently? Here is what it means and what you can do about it.  But first, let’s look at how your water heater works. Let’s Start With The Basics – How Your Water Heater Works To understand your water heater reset button, we need to look at the way your water heater works, which is quite simple.  Water in the pressurized tank fills and heats from the bottom up.  Fresh water supply flows at the bottom and the lower heating element heats that water.   The upper heating elements control the temperature of water as it fills to the top of your tank.  Every section has its own heating elements and thermostat. The water heater’s heating elements is controlled by the thermostat. Whenever the water stays a long time in the tank, it will start cooling off.  Then, the thermostat starts kicking in so it can reheat the water. Once the water heats up to the established temperature on the high-limit switch, the thermostat will shut off. Hot water is necessary for everyone’s daily routine, from taking a shower, washing dirty dishes, or doing......