Water Heaters

Many homeowners have made the decision to upgrade their water heater to a tankless one. Tankless water heaters are popular among people who are conscious about the amount of water and energy they use. These types of units heat instantly, and eliminate the standby energy loss that exists with traditional water heaters. Tankless water heaters

Tankless water heaters, also referred to as on-demand or instantaneous water heaters are powered by gas or electricity to rapidly heat water only as it is needed. The heaters have high-powered burners which heat water as it runs through a heat exchanger and exits towards the shower or kitchen faucets for use – without the need

November 20, 2017

Imagine your home full of holiday guests with everyone snug and happy, settling in for a joyous holiday season — when your household hot water heater decided to take a powder. Not only will this make showering and bathing impossible, but you won’t be able to wash clothes or run your dishwasher. If you’re like most

Most property owners rarely flush their water heaters regularly while others neglect this vital task. Manufacturers of water heater systems recommend flushing out mineral scale buildup, silt, and sediments from tanks every once a month. Here are more reasons why you need to flush your water heater. It Extends The Lifespan Of The Equipment Allowing

In the market for a new water heater? You have a number of options to choose from, but increasingly homeowners are considering hybrid electric heat-pump water heaters as an alternative to the traditional gas-powered variety. Before you take the plunge, consider the pros and cons of hybrid water heaters. Pros Hybrid water heaters work by

You’ve opted for the space and energy savings provided by tankless water heating, but the decision making process is not yet over. The next big choice has plagued numerous homeowners over the years: gas or electric? Each option has its merits and neither is appropriate in all situations. The following are a few key considerations