Reinhardt Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning offers quality plumbing, water conditioning systems and superior customer service in the Regina area. We sell and install all types and brands of plumbing fixtures- low flush toilets, tubs, showers, sinks and taps. New installs or renovations are just a call away.
See below for some more of our plumbing services:
- Bathroom and Kitchen Renos
- Major and Minor Repairs
- Water Heaters (Service/Purchase/Rent)
- Water Softeners
- Water line and Drain repair
- Sewer line repair
- Gas Line installation and repair
- Regular and Lo-Flow Toilet installations
- Install and service all Plumbing fixtures - sinks, toilets, tubs, showers and faucets.
Myths and Misconceptions about Water Heaters
- Myth #1: A new water heater offers significant savings.
In reality, new water heaters only offer marginal savings, and even replacing a 15 year-old water heater will only save about $6.30 a month in energy costs. What may matter more is how you choose to use hot water in your home.
- Myth #2: Older water heaters = dirty water.
In reality, water heaters are designed to work for years without accumulating rust buildup. If you do notice a rust-coloured tinge to your hot water, or feel it’s taking longer than normal to heat the water, call Reinhardt Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning.
- Myth #3: Proactive maintenance improves efficiency.
In reality, only under the most severe conditions of sediment or lime accumulation will proactive maintenance improve efficiency. Maintenance is best done when homeowners notice a problem, like insufficient hot water or a rust-coloured tinge to the hot water.
- Myth #4: Older water heaters do not meet safety standards.
In reality, water heaters are installed according to code at the time of installation.
- Myth #5: Tankless water heaters are right for everyone.
In reality tankless water heaters work differently than consumers may be used to. Customers should walk through a needs assessment with a Reinhardt Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning estimator before investing in tankless.