6 Reasons to Have A Plumber Install Your Water Heater

6 Reasons to Have Your New Water Heater Installed by a Licensed Plumbing Company

We like to assume an uninterrupted, endless supply of hot water in our homes, but eventually all water heaters wear out and must be replaced. Your local big box home improvement store will sell you a replacement and will offer the services of an independent contractor to install it. However, Atlas Home Services strongly recommends that you call a local plumbing company to select and install your new unit instead. Read on to learn why.

Plumbing and The Internet of Things

Your Plumbing and The Internet of Things

Wikipedia defines The Internet of Things as “the network of physical objects—devices, vehicles, buildings and other items—embedded with electronics, software, sensors and network connectivity that enables these objects to collect and exchange data.” In other words, your state-of-the-art devices and appliances can share the information that their embedded sensors accumulate. In the example above, your fridge’s sensors, which are connected to your home wireless network, will recognize that the milk shelf is nearly depleted and share that information with you via your mobile phone or e-mail service.

reverse osmosis water filtration

Reverse Osmosis Water Filtration Systems

Do you have purified water delivered to your home? Perhaps you buy endless quantities of bottled water because the water that is piped into your home tastes lousy, has a cloudy appearance, or you’re concerned about possibly unhealthy impurities in your water supply. Does the cost, inconvenience and polluting factors surrounding the use of bottled water concern you? If so, you may want to consider installing a reverse osmosis water filtration system.

Reduce Outdoor Water Consumption

Reduce Outdoor Water Consumption During the Summer Months

We should always be mindful of our water consumption, but this is especially important during the summer, when recreational and landscaping water usage greatly increase. This past June was abnormally dry in the greater Washington area, and over the last few weeks we have begun to hear that dreaded word: drought. Here are a few tips for conserving water. Taking action may have other benefits, too!