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Imagine never having to step into a cold shower or wash your hands under cold water — especially on a chilly autumn or winter day. With a tankless water heater you can get a continuous supply of hot water when and where you want it while saving energy at the same time. Tankless water heaters, sometimes referred to as “inline,” “on-demand” or “continuous flow” water heaters, are installed at a point of use — in the bathroom or kitchen — away from a home’s central water heater. 
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Tankless Water Heater

When the shower or faucet is turned on, a turbine detects water flow and begins the water heating process. Not only does this provide a continuous flow of hot water, it’s also more efficient than a conventional water heater that must first heat a reserve of stored water.

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What Are Some of the Advantages of a Tankless Hot Water Heater?

There are a number of advantages associated with tankless water heaters, regardless of whether you’re energy-conscious or simply tired of waiting for the water to warm up for your morning shower. Tankless hot water heaters provide the following advantages over conventional water heaters:
•Several models qualify for a federal tax credit
•Continuous flow of hot water
•Compact design - roughly the size of a medicine cabinet
•EZ-Link cable - allows you to connect multiple units together
•Energy efficiency - provides hot water when you need it
•Ease of maintenance - system automatically displays maintenance codes
•Temperature control - allows you to control water temperature
•Featured in the Building Products Top 100 Green Products list

Tankless Water Heaters

Tankless water heaters must be maintained on a regular basis to ensure their proper, efficient operation. If you decide to buy a tankless water heater from Public Service Plumbers, your first year of service is free. As part of your purchase package, we’ll provide free service on your Rheemnkless water heater for an entire year from the date of your purchase. At that time, you can sign up for our annual service program to ensure your tankless water heater is functioning properly.

Gas Water Heaters

Unlike electric water heaters that use electrical resistance coils and internal thermostats to heat water, gas-fired heaters use a gas-powered burner situated in the base of the tank to heat water. Gas water heaters can quickly heat water when ready for use. However, while designed and constructed with insulation to slow the process of water cooling, over time water will cool if unused. As a result, the recovery rate — the length of time it takes a gas water heater to heat and store water — is affected by internal design components and the insulation used.

Rheem offers a complete line of gas and propane water heaters for home and heavy-use environments. Gas hot water heaters meet or exceed all industry and government requirements for efficiency and safety. Since there is a trade-off between a water heater’s recovery rate and the amount of hot water it can store, understanding and comparing the unique features of gas water heaters is important for selecting the one that makes the most sense for you.

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What Should I Consider When Buying a Gas Water Heater?

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. Smaller families, or ones with schedules that don’t involve multiple family members making simultaneous demands on a home’s hot water supply, may benefit from a tankless or hybrid water heater system.

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 offers 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.

If you are unsure of whether an electric water heater makes sense for your business or home, call E S Plumbing LLC.today. Our repair and installation teams are trained service providers for our products.

What Are the Advantages of a Electric Water Heater?

The fact that designing and manufacturing water heaters at the forefront of new technology and energy-efficient designs in electric water heaters. While each electric water heater is different, electric hot water heaters offer the following design features:

•Polyurethane Enviro-Foam insulation 
•High energy efficiency factors
•A polybutylene tank with a layered fiberglass exterior
•Design features to prevent dry-firing
•Smaller water heater designs 
•Point-of-use models that can easily fit almost anywhere
•Use of patented R-Foam insulation for increased heat conservation
•Automatic thermostat that allows you to set water temperature at desired level

Electric Water Heaters
 offers more than nine series of electric water heaters to choose from — everything from large, industrial electrical heaters to tankless, point-of-use and table-top water heaters. Regardless of whether you’re a homeowner interested in purchasing a new water heater or a contractor installing water heaters on a project