Water Heater Performance and Safety Accessories

Water Heaters Masters offers various accessories designed to improve the performance and safety of your water heater. Water softener systems extend the life of all water related appliances, while recirculation pumps and timers conserve water while shortening the time it takes for hot water to reach your shower or faucet. Other accessories reduce noise or pressure related issues, while others make your water heater safer during an earthquake.
  • Pressure Reducing Valve
  • Expansion Tank
  • Conventional Water Heater Recirculation Pumps
  • On Demand Recirculation Pumps/Systems
  • Tankless Flush Kit
  • Seismic Gas Shutoff Valve
  • Earthquake Water Heater Bracing
  • Water Heater Safety Pan
  • Sediment Filter
  • Water Softeners (Pelican, Nuvo)

Conventional Recirculation Pumps

Grundfos and Armstrong offer the best quality recirculation pumps and are the brands we typically use. For the installation and/or replacement of recirculation pumps, we recommend isolation valves on each side of the pump, and a one-way check valve.

Earthquake Gas Shut-Off Valve

California, someday your home or business will experience an earthquake. During this experience, there is a high risk of explosion or fire caused by a broken gas line. An earthquake seismic safety valve will eliminate the worries of a fatal gas leak at such a time, by automatically shutting off the gas in the event of an earthquake.

Hot Water On Demand Recirculating System

Are you tired of waiting too long to get hot water to your kitchen, sink, or shower? You now have a solution to decrease waiting time and wasted water – On Demand Recirculating System or Traditional Recirculating System.

Pressure-Reducing Valves

A pressure-reducing valve regulates the water pressure that comes into your house. To keep your plumbing fixtures in good working order, the pressure coming into your home should not exceed 80 PSI.

Water Softeners

We install both Pelican and Nuvo Water Softener systems. These are good products when you have moderate to hard water. For extremely hard water, such as well water, we recommend you call a water softener specialist for your specific needs.