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Insulating Exposed Hot Water Pipes

Having properly insulated hot water pipes can help reduce heat loss and raise water temperature up to 4 degrees. This in turn can allow you to turn down your water temperature. With insulated hot water pipes you won’t have to wait as long for hot water when you turn on the hot water to your faucets. This quick and easy project can help you save money and energy usage on your water heater. pipe insulation

  1. Measure the exposed hot water pipes starting at the water heater.
  2. Cut the insulation to the proper length.
  3. Place pipe sleeve so that the insert space is face-down.
  4. Using either tape or zip ties secure the sleeve every one to two feet to the pipe.l