Water Heaters are typically considered a big bulky tank that is placed in a basement or closet to give a home hot water. The truth is they are still made like that but there are also tankless water heaters. Whether a homeowner chooses a traditional gas, electric or tankless water heater, the new ones are incredibly energy efficient. They are also designed to prevent rust stains and scaling on the walls. Tankless water heaters are a great option for homes that have limited space. The water heater hang on a wall and heat the water as the hot water is needed. This eliminates keeping a 50 gallon tank full of hot water 24 hours a day when no one is even using it.
Although tankless Water Heaters are a new concept to many individuals, they save a great deal of energy. They are guaranteed not to scald anyone using the water which passes through the tankless heater. They can also be mounted inside or outside of a home. Tankless water heaters normally last much longer than a typical water heater. They are efficient and eco-friendly. The largest benefit of the tankless water heater is the energy savings because they’re so highly efficient.
Traditional gas and electric water heaters are still manufactured and are also made in energy efficient models. New water heaters far surpass the energy efficient and lifespan of tanks that were manufactured ten year ago. The linings are now guaranteed not to stain so there’s never a reason to worry about the rust in the water clogging up the tank. The energy savings on the new tanks will dramatically lower energy costs with each use. Repairing or replacing a water heater should only be done by a professional plumbing company. Improper installation of a gas water heater could lead to carbon monoxide poisoning. This is an odorless and colorless gas that can make humans incredibly ill and even cause death.
Improper installation of an electric water heater could lead to electrical shock or improper operation. Connecting water pipes is a craft that a plumber is trained for. Be sure to contact Southern Plumbing Inc. for the next water heater need. You can also connect with them on Facebook.