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Water Heaters / Geysers
Water heaters can come in a variety of shapes and sizes, but all have one common purpose: to heat water. There are three main types of water heaters: electric, gas, and tankless. Each type has its own benefits and drawbacks, so it's important to choose the right one for your home.
Electric Water Heater
Electric water heaters are the most popular type. They're relatively affordable and easy to install, and they don't require any special installation or permits. However, they can be expensive to operate, especially if you live in a cold climate.
They use electricity to heat water, eliminating the need for a tank or reservoir. Electric water heaters typically require less maintenance and are relatively easy to install, although they can be more expensive to operate in colder climates due to their higher electricity usage.
Gas Water Heater
Gas water heaters are more efficient than electric water heaters and tend to cost less to operate, but they can be expensive to install and require a special venting system.
Tankless Water Heater
Tankless water heaters are the most efficient type of water heater, but they're also the most expensive. They don't use any fuel when not in use, so they're perfect for homes with a limited supply of natural gas.
They heat water on demand, providing hot water only when it is needed, and don't require a large storage tank. While they have the highest upfront costs of any type of water heater, they can save money over time due to their energy efficiency.
Hybrid Water Heater
Hybrid water heaters combine the benefits of electric and gas water heaters. They use electricity to heat water without a tank, but can also switch to gas when needed for more energy-efficient operation. Hybrid water heaters are a great choice for those who want the convenience of electric with the cost savings of gas.
Solar Water Heater
Solar water heaters use the power of the sun to generate hot water. Solar water heaters are an eco-friendly option, but require significant upfront costs and can only produce hot water when the sun is out.
No matter which type of water heater you choose, it’s important to make sure you get the right size for your home. Too small and it won’t be able to keep up with your hot water needs, too large and it could be a waste of energy. A professional can help you make the best choice for your home.
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