If you’re like most people, hot water can’t get to your faucets, showers, and tubs quick enough; it’s a daily process of waiting for your hot water to arrive. The solution? To install a Recirculation Pump. In either the new construction phase or during a repipe, we can install a hot water loop so you get hot water quicker. Even in an existing home without a hot water loop, we can install a retrofit hot water recirculation system, delivering hot water to your faucets fast. By installing a recirculation pump at your home or business you can see significant savings in water consumption and added convenience.
Here is what one should expect during a hot water recirculation pump install:
Once our professional arrives at your home or business to install a hot water recirculation pump, the first thing we do is locate your hot water line. From this spot, we find the plumbing faucet farthest away from the hot water heater for a retrofit recirculation pump or for a standard recirculation pump, which is installed by the water heater. After the pump is professionally installed, a control box will also be installed. This control box will mostly likely have a timer for the pump, allowing the owner to set the pump to run when they deem necessary. Some pumps come with timers on them already. Finally, we will help you to understand the unit and all of its functions.
R.J. Kielty offers a broad range of makes and models, including pumps for tankless water heaters.
Hot Water Recirculation Pump Repairs
We repair all hot water recirculation pumps makes and models. R.J. Kielty Plumbing, Heating, and Cooling’s experts will diagnose and repair your recirculation pump quickly and get your system back up and running in no time.
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