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Common  Questions

What is a tankless (on-demand) water heater?

A tankless water heater is exactly what it sounds like. There is no tank holding water, waiting for it to be heated. They use a powerful heat exchanger to raise the temperature, They transfer heat generated by electric coils or a gas-fired burner to the water that comes out of your faucet.  

What are the benefits of a tankless (on-demand) water heater?

Here are some of the advantages of a tankless (on-demand) water heater:

  • Tankless water heaters are compact in size
  • They take up a lot less space than conventional tank type water heaters
  • They can virtually eliminate standby losses
  • There is instant hot water
  • Save on your gas bill


what is the most common item that clogs sinks?

So there’s definitely more than 1 item, but here are some of the top ones:

  • Beauty products
  • Hair
  • Dirt
  • Grease
  • Food Waste

Are all day-to-day culprits that eventually lead to blocked or clogged drains. While your home you can help avoid build up by installing a drain catcher to catch physical debris. Another great way to address small clogs is by pouring a mixture of hot water, baking soda, and vinegar down your drains to loosen the build-up. If you notice that the drain is still clogged then it’s probably time to call Olson Superior Plumbing.

Is it safe to use chemical drain cleaners?

Normal drain cleaners out on the market are very toxic.  Once you look on the back of the product you’ll notice at least 3 warning labels!.  These aren’t very good products to have laying around your house especially if you have kids or pets.  The toxic chemicals in these products also happen to be very bad for your pipes, causing them to deteriorate from the inside out. Once this happens your drain lines, you’ll need to replace them.


Does Olson Superior Plumbing offer 24 hour service

Yes, our Rapid Response Team takes pride in providing our community with the best service around. 

Do you charge emergency fees?

We realize that emergencies happen, and most of the time, they happen when you’re not prepared for them. We understand this and this is why we don’t charge any emergency fees, early morning or late nights, big job or small job, we won’t charge. 

Can I handle some leaks myself?

What can I do to prevent this from leaking in the future? 


How do i know if this is a slab leak? 

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