Posts Tagged ‘Plumbing’

What Are Your Bathroom Sink Options?

Monday, August 24th, 2015

If you’re planning to remodel your bathroom, the possibilities can be intoxicating. You have the ability to fully transform your space into whatever you wish, and that includes key fixtures like your bathroom sink. You need to take care, however, to make sure that your pie-in-the-sky dreams still match practical reality. You’re going to need to use that sink every day, after all, and as such it needs to be easy to use as well as aesthetically pleasing. It helps if you have a basic idea of your bathroom sink options before you start the remodeling. We’ve outlined the most popular options below. (more…)

3 Common Problems with Tankless Water Heaters

Monday, August 17th, 2015

Tankless water heaters offer a number of advantages over traditional tanked models. They provide water on demand instead of storing it in a tank, which means that the hot water arrives instantly and never runs out. They cost less to operate than tanked models do, and they take up a great deal less space to boot. But like any other appliance, tankless water heaters run into trouble from time to time, and Bergen County, NJ residents should learn to look out for the telltale signs that something isn’t quite right. Here are 3 common problems with tankless water heaters that owners should look out for. (more…)

3 Signs of Trouble with Your Water Heater

Monday, August 10th, 2015

Most of us don’t notice our water heaters except when there’s an emergency. They’re a common sight in homes throughout Bergen County, NJ, but they’re usually tucked away in the basement or garage, quietly doing their jobs while get on with our lives. That means that trouble can often catch homeowners by surprise. You can help prepare for problems with your water heater by scheduling regular maintenance sessions, and by looking out for signs of trouble when they appear. Here’s a quick list of 3 of them to show you what we mean. (more…)

Signs of Trouble with Your Sewer Line

Monday, August 3rd, 2015

No one wants to think about it. Your sewer line – the one buried beneath your yard and charged with removing waste from your home and into Bergen County NJ’s various civic sewer systems – is encountering problems. An issue with your sewer line is particularly vexing because they’re hard to spot and even hard to access and solve. Nevertheless, ignoring the problem isn’t going to make it go away, and the sooner you can address it the better. The good news is that a good plumber service can perform repairs for you using modern techniques that make the job much less troublesome. But before you can call them, you need to be able to spot signs of trouble with your sewer line. Here’s a few tips to help. (more…)

How Do Sump Pumps Work?

Monday, July 6th, 2015

Bergen County, NJ is a rainy place, and we’re used to dealing with periodic flooding in our basements and homes. Sudden rains can overwhelm our sewage systems, creating unexpected floods that can catch homeowners by surprise. A sump pump is an ideal way to address that issue, collecting floodwaters that gather in your basement and safely transporting them out of your home. How do sump pumps work? We’ve provided a quick outline below, which should demonstrate how useful they are. (more…)

3 Ways to Prevent Drain Clogs

Monday, June 29th, 2015

Drain clogs care among the most common problems encounters by homeowners in their plumbing. Nothing can be more disconcerting than watching the water in your kitchen or bathroom sink backing up into the basin. Here in Bergen County, NJ, you can (and should) count on quality plumbers to handle any drain clog, but even better than calling the right repair service is preventing the clog from happening in the first place. Here are 3 ways to do that. (more…)

3 Advantages to Tankless Water Heaters

Monday, June 15th, 2015

Most residents of Bergen County, NJ, are accustomed to getting their hot water the traditional way: through a large tanked water heater in their basement or garage. There’s nothing wrong with such a system, which provides reliable hot water for comparatively little expense, and indeed most homes in the area still use tanked systems. But there are other options available, notably tankless systems which heat the water via coils as they pass through the pipe on the way to your shower or faucet. The system isn’t right for everyone, but households with the right fit can benefit greatly from the technology.  Here are 3 advantages to tankless water heaters that you should consider before making a purchase: (more…)

The Advantages of Video Pipe Inspection

Monday, June 1st, 2015

Plumbing used to be a game of presumptions and detective work. When someone’s pipes encountered problems, the plumber had to go searching the system for the source of the problem. Educated guesswork played a large role and it could take a great deal of time to figure out exactly where the source of the trouble could be. How times have changed! As technology has advanced, plumbing has caught up, and what used to be a tremendous chore has now become a very simple process. We have video pipe inspection to thank for that: a technique could save you a great deal when the time comes to fix your plumbing. (more…)

3 Ways to Spot a Plumbing Leak

Monday, May 11th, 2015

Plumbing leaks are a significant problem, and no one wants to wake up to find water all over their kitchen floor. But the worst leaks are those that escape detection: breaching behind your walls or underground somewhere where you can’t actively spot it. Here in Bergen County, NJ, spring and summer are the ideal time to address such issues, when the weather is warm and the ground between you and the broken pipe isn’t frozen solid. But before you treat the leak, you need to learn to notice it and call for professional assistance. Here are 3 ways to spot a plumbing leak that you should watch for: (more…)

Reasons to Consider Using the Krystal Klear Whole House Water Filtration System

Monday, April 6th, 2015

Having clean water throughout your home isn’t luxury, it’s a necessity. If you’ve been concerned about the quality of your water, or just want the ability to have the cleanest water possible in your home, you may want to consider the installation of a water filtration system. The experts at BZ Dependable Plumbing & Heating, Inc., can install just about any water filtration system around, but the one we specialize in is the whole house Krystal Klear water filtration system. This system is unlike any other water filtration product available for homes and businesses, and offers a number of benefits that you may not get with other types of whole home water filtration systems.

What Is the Krystal Klear Water Filtration System?

The Krystal Klear water filtration system uses two proprietary components to thoroughly clean your home’s water: a coconut-shell granular activated carbon and KDF-55. The device itself is about the height of a water tank, although much more narrow, and contains an electronic meter at the top, a distributor tube that runs from top to bottom, the KDF-55 filter, the granular carbon and at the bottom of the tank, the patented CyclonicRinse technology.

How Does It Work?

Water enters the tank through an inlet valve and is filtered through the KDF-55 layer and then the carbon layer. The two filters create a dual-action system that uses both absorption and oxidation to remove harmful contaminants from your water. The newly-filtered water at the bottom of the tank is then circulated back into your home’s water supply via the distributor tube.

Benefits

There are a number of benefits that the Krystal Klear water filtration system offers your home:

  • Removes VOCs (volatile organic compounds), chemicals, arsenic, poisons, pesticides, herbicides, solvents and MTBE from your home’s water
  • Removes heavy metals such as nickel, copper, mercury and aluminum
  • KDF-55 filter inhibits bacterial growth in the filter media
  • Doesn’t need a brine tank
  • Guaranteed no maintenance for the first 5 years thanks to the CyclonicRinse technology

The Krystal Klear water filtration system can keep the water throughout your home clean for years to come. Call us today and see what this system can for your Bergen County, NJ, home!