How to Know if Your Water Heater is Failing

You turn on the hot water, but the water comes out ice cold, stains your basin, and tastes metallic. Your water heater might be failing—worse yet, if the tank is bad or the relief valve is broken, the heater might be a ticking time bomb which can explode, harming your family and your home. Learn to spot signs of trouble like lack of hot water, noisy or knocking heaters, and leaking tanks, and then schedule an inspection and service visit with an Angel Water professional today!

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Water Heaters Need Maintenance Too!

You’re taking a shower when suddenly—yikes! The water turned ice-cold! If this happens to you, it may be a sign of a water heater that needs maintenance. Like any other piece of equipment, a water heater needs upkeep to keep it running smoothly. If you inspect your water heater and find leaks, moisture, or corrosion, your water heater is at risk of failure, which can result in hundreds or even thousands of dollars in structural damage. Don’t wait until it’s too late: call Angel Water today to have one of our technicians inspect your water heater, so you can keep you shower warm and your home safe!

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Cost of Maintenance vs New Equipment

It’s easy to take your appliances for granted and forget they’re even there, let alone that they need maintenance. This especially applies for drinking water systems that are hidden in your basement or under your sink. However, “out of sight, out of mind” is a dangerous path. If you neglect to perform maintenance now, you’ll be paying big money on repairs once the system finally fails. Think of it like a car: oil changes are cheaper than engine repairs. So, before you let your system reach that breaking point, call Angel Water and schedule your annual inspection and maintenance visit today!

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Why It’s Important to Service Your Water Equipment Each Year!

It’s easy to take your appliances for granted and forget they’re even there, let alone that they need maintenance. This especially applies for drinking water systems that are hidden in your basement or under your sink. However, “out of sight, out of mind” is a dangerous path. If you neglect to perform maintenance now, you’ll be paying big money on repairs once the system finally fails. Think of it like a car: oil changes are cheaper than engine repairs. So, before you let your system reach that breaking point, call Angel Water and schedule your annual inspection and maintenance visit today!

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Why You Should Go to Costco for Water Treatment Solutions

In the market for water treatment equipment, but don’t know where to shop for it? Go to Costco! This affordable warehouse retailer is renowned as a “customer service legend” because their code of ethics prioritizes both customer and employee satisfaction. Most importantly though, they put a lot of research into who to partner with. That’s why they provide NSF-certified EcoWater equipment, installed and serviced by Angel Water—their vetting process recognizes that we’re the best around. We even have in-store reps—so stop by Costco today!

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Why Drinking Water Systems Need Annual Service Visits

When you buy a car, do you expect it to last forever even if you don’t perform any maintenance? Of course not! Every piece of machinery needs to have some work done every once in a while to keep it running smoothly, and the same goes for your drinking water system. That’s why you should schedule an annual service visit from an Angel Water representative. We’ll change your water filters, make sure everything is working properly, and test for changes in your water quality. Keep your system in order, and your water clean!

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How to Reduce Plastic Waste: Drinking Water Systems and More

Did you know there’s an island of garbage the size of Texas floating off the coast of California? It’s true! Of that garbage, 90% of it is plastic. This plastic waste threatens our environment and our health, so how do we reduce it? There are lots of ways to get started, like using canvas grocery bags, organizing beach cleanups, and replacing bottled water with a drinking water system from Angel Water! After all, there’s already two million tons of water bottle waste in our landfills. Here’s how to cut back!

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How Reverse Osmosis Shields You from Erin Brockovich’s Chromium-6

Chromium-6 is a metallic element which, when consumed in even small amounts, causes cancer, kidney and liver failure, ulcers, anemia, reproductive damage, and more. It’s produced by industrial facilities like steel and paper mills, and is found in the water supplies of over 218 million Americans in every state.

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Clean Water and the History of the EPA

When you look at some places like New Delhi, India, you see sewage and smog, but when you look around here it seems relatively clean. Why? You can thank the EPA. In the 60s and 70s, Americans grew concerned with the environment. Congress passed the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 and Nixon created the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to enact it. Today, the EPA oversees hundreds of programs dealing with the air, pollution prevention, wastes and recycling, toxins and chemicals, pesticides, and water. They recommend you get your water tested at least annually to ensure your water is clean—so schedule water testing with Angel Water today!

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Chicago Fails to Warn Citizens About Lead in Tap Water

If you live in Chicago, your city has lied to you about lead in your water. Several years ago, Mayor Rahm Emmanuel rushed construction projects that involved replacing water mains and meters. This disrupted the protective sheathing inside outdated lead service lines. As a result, the EPA found that lead has been leaching into people’s drinking water. The city failed to tell residents the risks these projects posed, and the water commissioner told aldermen there was nothing to worry about. Don’t trust the city—keep yourself safe with a lead-removing filtration system from Angel Water.

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