What You Need to Know About Water Heaters
Once you’ve installed an air conditioning system, you may wonder whether you have any other heating and cooling needs to attend to. The answer is yes –– if you want to be able to shower comfortably, use a dishwasher or wash your hands, you’ll need a water heater. What are the benefits of purchasing or replacing a water heater? There are many pros to owning a water heater unit. From greater heating efficiency to an improved hot water recovery rate, a new water heater can offer cost savings and a more comfortable showering experience. Additionally, if your current water heater is broken, a speedy repair can provide a wave of relief to your entire household.
How Do Water Heaters Work?
In the United States, if you want to take a hot shower, run a load of laundry, or wash your dishes, you typically rely on your water heater to warm your water. The most common type of water heater is the conventional storage water heater. This type of water heater allows water to heat to a set temperature, then it gets stored in the tank until the homeowner turns on the “hot” water tap. A tank water heater usually holds 40 to 50 gallons of water, but you can find a smaller or larger heater if needed –– some models hold up to 100 gallons of water. Your tank heater will be powered by natural gas, propane or electricity, depending on which model you choose.
Need Some Help?
If you’re need to replace or purchase a new water heater, Air Boca can help you determine which brand of water heater makes the most sense for your home. We sell, install, and repair a range of high-quality water heaters. It’s best to talk to a knowledgeable company before you decide on a water heater, and we’re available around-the-clock to answer any questions you may have. Get in touch today, and we’ll help you make the best decision for your household.
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