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Do Tankless Water Heaters Really Save Money?

2022-05-03T18:04:59+00:00May 3rd, 2022|Plumbing|

What if we told you that you could cut water heating bills without compromising water availability? That is the proposition of tankless water heaters. For most homeowners, low-cost water heating is a priority, so it makes sense that you would opt for an energy-efficient tankless water heating system. Energy efficiency and low utility bills go

How Does a Tankless Water Heater Work?

2022-03-31T09:48:16+00:00March 31st, 2022|Water Heater|

Tankless water heaters offer a space-saving option to provide hot water to your home. As the name implies, they do not require a tank which often has homeowners scratching their heads when trying to understand how they work. Here we explain how a tankless water heater works and why a tankless water heater might be

How to Plunge Like a Plumber

2022-03-02T19:27:42+00:00March 2nd, 2022|Plumbing|

If you’ve ever come face to face with a clogged toilet, you know it can be pretty tense. Watching that water rise quickly and knowing you only have a few minutes or even seconds to react can be extremely stressful. The last thing you want is for the contents of that bowl to overflow onto

Why Is My Toilet Tank Empty?

2022-02-04T13:32:48+00:00February 4th, 2022|Plumbing|

If you notice your toilet isn’t flushing properly, it could be a tank issue. Lift the lid (if it’s accessible) of your toilet tank and take a look inside. This tank runs clean water, which helps your toilet flush. If the tank is empty, there could be a problem. At Taylor Group Plumbing, Heating, Mechanical

Plumbing Maintenance Checklist for Winter Months

2022-09-12T15:42:30+00:00January 5th, 2022|Plumbing|

Before the winter season arrives, it’s important to prepare your home for the cold months ahead, particularly your plumbing system. As temperatures drop and pipes begin to chill, there is a growing risk that expanding ice could burst your pipes and flood your home. At Taylor Group Plumbing we work with clients across Manhattan, ensuring

Why Is My Tankless Water Heater Not Hot?

2021-12-03T07:33:13+00:00December 3rd, 2021|Plumbing|

During the winter season, a nice hot shower is a perfect cure to a long cold day. There’s nothing worse than when you go to take that shower and find the water is cold. Tankless water heaters are meant to heat water quickly, so you don’t face issues like running out of hot water. What

Tips to Prevent Your Pipes from Freezing

2021-11-03T10:29:12+00:00November 3rd, 2021|Plumbing|

When a cold winter’s night is approaching, it is a wise idea to consider if you should do something to prevent your pipes from freezing. While you might go many winters without getting a frozen pipe, a single burst will be enough to make you cautious every winter after. Pipe bursts from freezing are major

What’s That Smell Coming from My Garbage Disposal?

2021-10-06T06:56:17+00:00October 6th, 2021|Plumbing|

When it’s time to eat and you walk into the kitchen, it is awfully unappetizing to be greeted by a bad smell from the garbage disposal. How can you remove this smell for your own comfort, or quickly before guests arrive? In this step-by-step guide, we’ll show you how to get rid of the gross

It’s Time for Your Fall HVAC Maintenance

2021-10-06T04:22:17+00:00October 6th, 2021|Uncategorized|

HVAC equipment needs regular maintenance to work at peak efficiency and provide reliable service through the rest of the season. During autumn in Manhattan and NYC, your HVAC maintenance is two-fold: you need to turn off and clean up the air conditioner. Then you need to turn on and maintain the furnace for its upcoming

Dishwasher Not Draining? This Should Help

2021-09-06T13:26:30+00:00September 6th, 2021|Plumbing|

How can an appliance that is supposed to be so convenient be so frustrating? That’s probably what our clients in Manhattan are thinking when they call us because their dishwasher isn’t draining. If you’ve already taken the step of running your dishwasher a second time, just in case it got cut off during the drain

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