Warm comfort from your shower is a true gift when you are exhausted or cold, but your traditional tank water heater also gives you a silent gift you rarely notice until it is too late. The unwanted gift? Sediment.
Because of the tax abatements, nearly every new home in Cincinnati is LEED Certified.
Well before you begin thinking about turning on the heater, here are some tips to save energy this fall.
Many are saving money and space by switching to highly efficient, compact, electric tankless water heaters.
When a hot water faucet is turned on we expect endless hot water, especially in the shower. But we have all experienced the not-so-hot shower caused by other demands for hot water in the home.
Most families living in a large, single-family home experience a shortage of hot water when a high demand is present. An electric tankless water heater might be the perfect solution.
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Tankless water heaters have come a long way, capable of suppling your entire home with hot water. However, if you purchase a gas model you need to provide a source of fresh air to your gas unit for combustion and an exhaust route for the carbon monoxide produced.
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Here are some applications where a point-of-use tankless water heater is a perfect solution.
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Clean, efficient electric tankless water heaters for the whole home are finding favor over other options.
Tankless water heaters are a great choice for a continuous, energy-efficient supply of hot water in your home. But keep in mind that not all water heaters are created equal.
The builder’s goal is to build every home with the ability to produce the same amount of energy as it consumes.
As with any appliance, water heaters need regular maintenance to keep them operating at peak efficiency and to help them last as long as possible.
As energy efficiency continues to improve, water conservation is becoming the next frontier in residential building.