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Water Tech Advice is a website created to help homeowners and plumbing professionals easily find the best water technology for their home water demands. Our team of researchers and writers all have experience in home improvement projects, real estate, and plumbing services.

We know the frustration involved with water heater repairs, malfunctions, and the process of replacing your current water heater and upgrading to a new more efficient model. It can be a pain in the ass!

Our goal is to make the process of choosing a new water heater and installing it as simple as possible. We will provide you with the necessary education and professional reviews so that you can select the best technology for your home and find a local contractor to help you install your equipment as soon as possible.

At the end of the day, we can all agree that finding a water heater as quickly as possible which will last for 20 years, provide continuous hot water, and help you save money on energy and repair bills is the goal.

Again, thanks for visiting our website.

Everyone at Water Tech Advice wishes you clean, hot, abundant H20!

The Water Tech Advice Team

David Trinh

Master Plumber & Founder of Water Tech Advice

I got my start in plumbing, heating, cooling, and other handy work growing up as the son of a master plumber. I would spend my weekends working with my dad on home improvement projects and riding along to help service local clients. Everything from fixing broken toilets and leaking water heaters to installing water filters.

After graduating from high school in Texas I decided to enter the plumbing trade first working for the family business and then venturing out on my own to provide local plumbing and handymen services as a contractor. I’ve now been helping homeowners for over 20 years.

With everything I’ve learned working as a master plumber, I decided to start Water Tech Advice because I saw the need for reliable and simple information that could help homeowners make smart buying decisions on common household appliances. It became apparent to me that most people just didn’t understand the basics of heating, filtering, cooling, repairing, and I wanted to create a resource that simplified these decisions.

Email David: david@watertechadvice.com

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