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March 22, 2012

Installing Tankless Water Heaters? Know How Many You’ll Need

Switching from a standard storage-tank water heater to a tankless water heater makes sense for a few reasons. Tankless water heaters don’t run out of hot water, they use up to 50 percent less energy, and they last nearly twice as long (20 to 25 years) as storage water heaters (10 to 15 years). There are three primary considerations for assessing size and number of tankless water heaters your household needs: Energy heating source. Temperature rise. Maximum flow rate. Electric […]
December 27, 2012

Getting The Most From Your Tankless Water-Heating System

Are you considering a tankless water-heating system for your Peachtree City home? This guide will help you optimize your savings and enjoyment of your tankless water-heating system. Before purchasing a tankless water-heating system, you need to have some information in hand. Tankless water-heating systems are rated on flow rate and temperature rise. Knowing these numbers will help you get a system that fits your needs. Flow rate is the gallons per minute produced by the maximum number of outlets that […]