Nov 24, 2014

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Different Types of Water Heater in Tucson

Different Types of Water Heater in Tucson

Your water heater in Tucson needs annual maintenance to keep it operating properly and efficiently. Hard water causes calcium deposits that can over burden your pipes leading to cracks and leaks and further damage. It is also recommended that you get the system flushed annually to clean out those pipes and make sure the system is not damaged. You will want to find a company that will provide the annual maintenance checks and flushing all together in a package designed to save you money. Water Heater maintenance packages are available from several companies, so take the time to find the best deal. A 25-30% savings is good, but keep looking because you are sure to find a company that can save you over 50% savings on a package over what each service component would cost you separately.

Water heaters are available with electric tanks ranging in size from 30 gallons to 80 gallons, natural gas tanks from 30-75 gallons, and tank-less water heaters. The choice of water heater in Tucson is totally up to you, so you may want to consider which type is better suited to your household. In a system that has a tank, water is heated until it is called for and then flows to where it is demanded, whether the shower or kitchen sink or where ever. As the tank empties, cold water flows into it and gets heated until it is called for again. If the heated water drops below a certain temperature before it is used, the heater turns on and reheats the water.

A tank-less system does not store water, heats it up as demanded and then shuts off. The tank-less system takes up less room and never runs out of hot water, but may not be as energy efficient as the manufacturers would have you believe. National studies indicate that a tank-less system saves the average household about $100.00 annually on energy costs. The initial cost of installing a retrofitted tank-less system is approximately twice the cost of installing systems with tanks. Look at all the information available and decide which is best for you and your family.

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