What size wire do I need for a 40 gallon electric water heater?
If you want your water heater to run efficiently, we recommend wiring it with a larger wire size than the current requirement. A 20-amp water heater requires a 12-gauge wire, a 25-amp water heater requires a 10-gauge wire, and a 30-amp or 40-amp water heater requires an 8-gauge wire.
This is Anna calling back. I have here the schedule. We are available today from 12 to 3 PM. Will that be okay? We will be sending our technician today for a free estimate. He will troubleshoot your unit and give you the best solutions at a reasonable cost for the work.
Yeah. That would be fine. Someone will be here for them, and I'll have a couple of minutes to talk to the technicians.
How does a Cesspool or Septic System work?
Wastewater flows from your Residence into the septic tank or main cesspool. The organic liquid waste floats at the top and the solid waste and inorganic sludge falls to the bottom. The natural bacteria generated inside the system converts the floating waste into sludge and liquid. The liquid between the “floating solids” and the “sludge” layers flows into the leaching secondary tank where it drains through the sides and bottom in a cesspool or flows out to the septic field in a septic system.
How much do you charge for your services?
It usually depends on labor and parts cost.
Why does water bubble up in my toilet when other fixtures are used?
If the leak only occurs when using the shower, check for loose tile or missing grout first. Water may be seeping through unexpected areas. Before doing any major tile repairs, a series of tests should be performed in a specific order to find any plumbing-related problems or eliminate plumbing as the problem.Home Alliance knows these tests and how to perform them in the most efficient manner. Don’t live with a drip. Call Home Alliance at (877) 777-0796 today.
Frigidaire FFLE3911QW0, how long does the normal dry cycle last?
The duration of the normal dry cycle on the Frigidaire FFLE3911QW0 washer dryer combo can vary depending on the specific settings and load size. On average, the normal dry cycle lasts approximately 45 to 60 minutes. However, it's important to note that the actual drying time may be influenced by factors such as the moisture content of the laundry, the selected temperature setting, and the overall efficiency of the machine. Additionally, the load size and fabric type can also impact the drying time.
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