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Tankless Water Heater
Imagine never having to step into a cold shower or wash your hands under cold water — especially on a chilly autumn or winter day. You’ll enjoy up to 40% energy savings, endless hot water and significant space savings – plus a typical lifespan of 20 years or more in a residential application. When the demand for water ceases, the tankless unit shuts down and uses no energy – a dramatic advantage over tank style units. Tankless Water Heaters "Green" technology produce less CO2 and NOx than conventional gas or electric hot water heaters.
Gas Water Heater
Gas water heaters can quickly heat water when ready for use and utilize a gas-powered burner situated in the base of the tank to heat water. In general, gas water heaters offer the advantage of a higher recovery rate than electric water heaters. For families with four or more members, gas water heaters can store up to 40 or 50 gallons of hot water to cover a household’s showering, dishwashing and laundry needs. Since gas water heaters can heat water faster, there isn’t a need to have as large a storage capacity. As a result, gas-powered hot water heaters can deliver hot water faster than electric water heaters.
Electric Water Heater
Two advantages of electric water heaters are the ease with which they are installed and their increased safety since they do not use gas. As a result, electric water heaters can be placed almost anywhere in a home or building instead of near a central gas line. Electric water heaters use a system of electrical resistance coils, a thermostat, dip tubes and an inner tank with insulation surrounding it. When a tap is turned on, cold water enters the tank through a dip tube. The change in temperature causes a system of thermostats and coils to replace cold water with hot water from the top of the tank to its bottom. After a tap is turned off, an electric water heater will continue to heat water until internal thermostats switch the current off. We offer an entire line of electric water heaters, including tankless and hybrid water heaters that serve as on-demand electric water heaters for sinks, showers or washing machines. Electric water heaters range from a 2.5-gallon electric water heater to 50- and 80-gallon electric water heaters.
Commercial Water Heaters
In an office building, hotel or apartment building setting, the demand for hot water requires water heaters designed to meet the needs of hundreds, if not thousands, of people. In order to help businesses and retailers provide a high volume of hot water for customers and other business needs, we offer a large variety of commercial water heaters. Our commercial water heaters are designed for use in industrial settings, condominiums, schools, hotels, restaurants, laundromats, car washes and other retail settings. Whether you’re a construction company, subcontractor or business owner, we provide a complete line of stainless steel, glass on steel and polybutylene commercial water heaters.