Your home may employ a variety of alternate techniques to supply hot and cold water. A main line from the city, a water tank on the roof of your building, or well water that has been pumped up from the earth are just a few of the ways you can get your cold water supply.
You may distribute hot water throughout your house in a number of ways. Your water heater may be a tank-style, tank-less, or boiler system. It uses a single, sizable tank to heat and supply hot water to each apartment in your building. We provide services of cold and hot water in Geroskipou.
What does a supply of both hot and cold water mean?
The “cold and hot water supply” is the general term for the plumbing fixtures in our homes that deliver water for drinking and washing. Our faucets receive water from the source, which is often the municipal water main, through the series of pipes that make up the cold water delivery system. In addition to the same system of pipes, the hot water distribution system also includes a water heater. Together, these two systems deliver the pure water we need for drinking and personal hygiene. Although it’s not always the case, many homes have separate cold and hot water supply systems.
We apply PEX
PEX stands for cross-linked polyethylene. The process of creating links between polyethylene molecules to create bridges is referred to as “cross-linking.” Because PEX is more resilient to creep deformation, temperature fluctuations, and chemical attacks, it is a better material for hot water and other applications. Our business only uses PEX pipes for applications involving cold and hot water.
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