Looking for water heater installation services? or just need water heater repair services?
Then look no further because your local RooterMan provides both water heater installation and repair services. With over 50+ years of customer satisfaction, you can count on RooterMan for all of your water heater needs! Water heaters are required to produce hot water in your home, for showers, laundry, and dishes. And having the right water heater installed in your home is vital. There are many factors to consider in relation to water heaters. The first factor would be size. If it is too small it might not be able to supply the hot water needs of the household sufficiently. On the other hand, a water heater that is too big for what is needed will create a large energy bill, plus it will be a waste of energy. Another factor to consider is whether to have a water heater with a tank or to go with the new tankless water heaters. If you are considering having a water heater installed in your home, or just need your water heater repaired, consult RooterMan and we can inform you on which water heater will be appropriate for your needs.
Two types of water heaters
Traditional water heaters
A traditional water heater is normally located in the basement or laundry room. It is equipped with a heating mechanism either inside the tank or at the bottom. Traditional water heaters make use of the heat rising principle to supply a home with hot water. The secret to a traditional water heaters ability to separate cold incoming water from the heated outgoing water is the theory that heat rises above denser cold water.
Tankless water heaters
Tankless water heaters are becoming more popular with homeowners because they are energy savers and offer convenience. traditional water heaters have tanks filled with water that are constantly heated by the heating mechanism to maintain its hot temperature. This is how they ensure there is always hot water available when you turn on the hot water. On the other hand, tankless water heaters heat water with a set of coils that become hot when the unit is switched on. The water heats up as it passes through the coil. Because tankless water heaters heat the water instantly on demand they are able to save much more energy than traditional water heaters.