What does the Eiffel Tower, The Dakotas, Montana & Hot Water Have In Common?

hot water heaterThey all came about in 1889.

The Eiffel Tower in France was opened, North and South Dakota and Montana became the 39th, 40th and 41st states and PDM sold and installed some of the first automatic storage hot water heaters in America.

Average life of a water heater can be a decade or so depending on the water source, maintenance and other factors. Hard water minerals build up inside the tank, slowly replacing water with rock-like mineral deposits thereby losing water capacity and requiring up to 27% more energy to heat the water. Flushing the tank every year can extend its life. But replacing your water heater every 10 to 15 years avoids emergency repairs, tank leaking, and reduces utility bills. Department of Energy (DoE) says water heating accounts for 13% of the average utility bill.

Before you start boiling water on the stove, call the PDM Water Heater King. You’ll receive an expert plumber who’ll advise you how to bring fresh, hot water back in your life through maintenance, repair or replacement.

Get Nicor Rebates While They Last. Trade-in your old gas water heater and get Nicor Gas efficiency rebate from $50 to $1600.

Tired of waiting for hot water? Instant hot water recirculation pump delivers hot water straight to every faucet. Save over 10,000 gallons a year.

Water heater flood prevention. The WAGS valve shuts off the Water And Gas Supply in the event of a hot water heater leak, helping you avoid a costly flood. Insurance you’ll feel good about.

PDM Water Heater King can help.