Save Money & Get Instant Hot Water from All Your Indoor Faucets – Greenville SC

Instant Hot Water SystemsHow aggravating is it to stand at the sink for what feels like forever waiting on the hot water to come through the faucet? Believe it or not, there is a quick, simple, and affordable solution to this common problem.

Give Nexgen Contractors a call today for an appointment. With a simple installation, you will enjoy instant warm water every time, every faucet.

The system is quiet and costs almost nothing to operate. One unit provides water to every faucet and shower in your home. In addition, the system is easily programmable, which means its only active when you need it. Best of all, it SAVES YOU MONEY!! You will conserve up to 15,000 gallons of water per year and shave about 10% from your water bill. In other words, this system will pay for itself in no time.

It’s not every day that you can fix a problem AND save money all in one step. Call today to learn how Nexgen Contractors can help you!

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Nexgen Contractors has been serving Greenville, Spartanburg, and Anderson communities for over 8 years.

by Dana on January 9, 2015.

Winterize Your Greenville SC Outdoor Kitchen

Outdoor Kitchen Greenville SC Nexgen Contractors

When the days get shorter and temperatures fall in Greenville, SC you need to think about winterizing your outdoor kitchen. It is also a good time to clean your outdoor appliances. Below you will find some tips and advice on winterizing your outdoor space. As not all spaces are the same, some of the suggestions may not be for you. Please refer to your user manuals for exact procedures.

  • Make sure you turn off the water supply to outdoor kitchen plumbing fixtures and do it well in advance of freezing temperatures setting in. By doing so, you can ensure that the water in the lines has adequate time to dry up, preventing pipe ruptures and big repair bills.
  • Unplug all electrical items and save power, as appliances consume a small amount of power even when not in use.
  • Similarly, turn off the gas supply for your cooktops, pizza ovens and grills if you’re not planning to put them to use during the winter months.
  • Use approved covers to cover your items from harsh winter conditions.
  • Clean the interior and exterior of your grill, cabinets, refrigeration, and other large appliances, making sure they are free of debris, twigs and leaves that have accumulated over the past season.
  • A good scrub with stainless steel cleaners, followed by a polish, is recommended for all your stainless appliances and cabinets.

 

by Dana on December 1, 2014.