Install a new water heater by shutting off the power, removing the old tank, moving the new tank into place, connecting the plumbing and filling the tank. Once the tank is full, leak test and turn on the power. More »

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The cost to install a tankless hot water heater can vary, depending on the type of gas pipes and electrical outlets in the home. For homes that do not require additional gas pipes and outlets, the price is approximately ... More »

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Installing an electric water heater requires the ability to read a level and work a soldering iron as well as basic electrical skills. An electric water heater has a life span of about 6 to 12 years, so most homeowners w... More »

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To install a water well pressure tank, cut the electricity to the well's pump, drain the tank, release the pressure from the lines, remove the old tank and install the new model. The process requires some mechanical abil... More »

To replace an electric hot water tank, disconnect the electricity, flush the plumbing, remove the existing tank, mount and fill the new tank, connect the wires, and restore the electricity. The required supplies include ... More »

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A power vent water heater is a type of a heater that utilizes exhaust from the home's existing plumbing system. Unlike a typical water heater that only supplies hot water, a power vent water heater saves energy and promo... More »

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Signs of a septic tank problem that are detectable inside the home include slow-draining sinks and toilets, gurgling sounds in the plumbing, constant plumbing backups and strong sewage odors. Outside indicators include s... More »

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