High Mark Plumbing has the experience, knowledge, and equipment to easily take care of your Airdrie water heaters. Water heaters are curious things, designed to heat large amounts of water and to keep it hot for your convenience.
Early baths, such as those in Ancient Greece, were originally located above or near natural hot springs. Chambers were carved out in the rock and beautifully decorated. The Romans, some of whom were enamored of all things Greek, took up the practice. They were so fond of it, that there were not enough hot springs conveniently located to the cold-water aqueducts, so they developed ways to heat the water that flowed into portions of the baths. In both Greece and Rome, bathing was a social affair. In the early days of the Roman Republic, bathers were separated into male and female, but by the time of the Roman Empire, the baths were no longer segregated. The Greeks and Romans did not have an exclusive claim on bathing and baths, however. Copper piping dating back about 6,000 years was found in the Indus Valley.
The middle ages brought on an era of ignoring or chastising the flesh, and bathing fell somewhat out of favor, but in the early 1800s, it was regaining favor, and designs for individual bathtubs and delivering hot water to them were coming into fashion.
High Mark Plumbing can help with your Airdrie Towne water heaters, just call (403)407-5750 to learn more. No access to natural hot springs required – although we won’t deny that hot springs could be truly useful. We’ll be glad to install, service or repair your modern appliance so that you can enjoy that truly decadent experience: a hot shower or a nice long soak in a warm tub full of bubbles.