Category Archives: Water Heating

All About Water AZ: 5 Steps to Help You Conserve Water

All About Water ArizonaHere at All About Water AZ, we know that water isn’t always the easiest thing to conserve. Whether you’re looking to reduce your monthly energy bills, take that next step toward helping the environment, or accomplish any combination of the two, monitoring (and decreasing!) your water usage can sometimes be just plain tricky. Read more

Going (And Saving) Green with Tankless Phoenix Water Heaters

When you’re looking for a phoenix water heater replacement, go tankless! Whether you’re tired of minutes that feel like hours waiting for your shower to heat up, or you’re finally starting that gorgeous home remodel you’ve always dreamed of, trust Arizona’s water treatment and water softening experts – All About Water! According to the U.S. Department of Energy, homes which use less than 41 gallons of water...
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Phoenix Water Heater Installation to Beat this Record-Breaking Heat Wave

If you’re a Valley resident like us, it’s unlikely that this week’s unrelenting heat slipped past you unnoticed.  According to the National Weather Service, four “all-time high temperature” records were broken so far this August, shattering records dating as far back as 1905. Atop sky high air conditioning bills, the very last thing you want is be overcharged on your water bill. So while we Arizonans sweat out...
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“Hidden” Costs of Hard Water

One of the setbacks of having hard water is energy inefficiency. The impact of hard water hits heavily on on energy use and associated maintenance costs. Your home's water heater and plumbing equipment must be maintained to keep running at its peak performance. Hard water contains dissolved rock that accumulates on heating elements, causing a buildup and impairing efficiency. Scale buildup reduces the equipment's ability to heat...
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Phoenix Solar Water Heaters

Did you know that, on average, 15 percent of a home’s electricity bill is due to hot water? Solar water heaters provide for a more cost efficient option.  Specifically in Phoenix, solar water heaters are given plenty of fuel. Sunshine is abundant in Phoenix and will help to cut down on your home’s energy bill, especially as temperatures continue to drop further into winter. How do Phoenix Solar...
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Saving Money with Heated Water

With cooler temperatures finally beginning to loom on the horizon, winter in Arizona is becoming a welcome reality. With the cooler months comes a tendency to put more emphasis on heated water that is readily available, but  heating water can drain your utility bill and waste energy. Instead of being wasteful, why not consider an Arizona solar water heater? While solar energy might not seem like it...
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Pleanty of Reasons to Consider Phoenix Tankless Water Heaters

Arizona is no stranger to heat, and most residents like to spend a good portion of the year trying to stay cool. But during the cooler months, water heaters take on a whole new level of importance because they provide the water you need to stay comfortable; plus, your home generally uses heated water throughout the year in the form of washing machines and dishwashers. For this...
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Solar Water Heaters Save Money This Summer

Summer has officially hit Arizona in full swing, leaving us prepared for months of hot, sunny days. But if you’re not equipped to make the most of the sun, you could be missing out on one of nature’s best power sources: solar energy. While water heating might not seem like something that would be at the top of someone’s list this summer, the fact remains that heated...
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3 Facts about Tankless Water Heaters

Tankless water heaters are one of the newer developments in the plumbing world, and they’re quickly gaining a lot of attention because of their energy efficiency. But are they worth the hype? Here, we’ll take a look at 3 things to know about a Phoenix tankless water heater. 1. They’re energy efficient. Anything that saves energy is becoming more and more attractive in today’s economy, and greener...
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