Tank Water Heaters
Tanks water heaters store water in a tank and are available in a variety of gallon capacities. Electric or gas energy is required to maintain the water at a set temperature until a faucet is turned on and water is pulled through the pipe.
Nearly three of every four water heaters fail due to a tank bursting or leaking 30 to 80 gallons of rusty water – depending on tank size – in your finished basement, attic or garage.
FIX-R-US offers variety of models from gas, electric and hybrid storage tanks with (optional) lifetime warranty to choose from, Call Now or visit our showroom for live working model.
Storage Tanks Water HeatersTypes of Storage Tanks
Since water is constantly heated in the tank, energy can be wasted even when a hot water tap isn't running. When selecting a new water heater for your home, choose a water heating system that will not only provide enough hot water but also that will do so energy efficiently, saving you money. This includes considering the different types of water heaters available and determining the right size and fuel source for your home
- - Conventional storage water heaters
- - Heat pump water heaters
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Hybrid Heat Pump Water Heaters
Hybrid heat-pump water heaters work by pulling heat out of the surrounding air and pumping it into the storage tank. So if you live in a warm climate and install it in your hot attic or garage, the heat pump alone can save you money. A hybrid water heater uses existing water and electrical connections, and can reduce water heating costs by almost 60 percent. Time to replace your water heater - now what? FIX-R-US can repair or replace your water heater, our expert professional skilled techs are ready 24/7 at your service.
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Conventional Gas Water Heater
Conventional gas water heaters, although not as efficient, are simple and reliable and may be your best and least expensive option.
Consumers can now choose not only from cost and size, but energy efficiency, the type of energy used to heat the water and whether they prefer a conventional or "tankless" model. Choosing the hot water heater that's right for you can seem like a complicated process, but if you call FIX-R-US, it becomes easier when you familiarize yourself with the options. Our expert will help you determine which one is right for your home and budget, taking into consideration your family’s water heating needs.
Gas energy cost for a year of water heater use can range from $262 to $350.
Electrical Water Heater
Electric-powered water heaters are less expensive than gas-water heaters. Electric water heaters cost more to operate than gas-powered water heaters because electricity is more expensive than gas.
Electric water heaters also take longer to bring up the temperature of cold water than do gas-powered water heaters, according to ConsumerEnergyCenter.org, natural gas is significantly less expensive on an annual basis than both propane gas and electricity for the purpose of powering water heaters. If you already have gas lines it may be financially beneficial to run a gas line to the water heater. Residents in rural locations not having natural gas lines may opt to use propane for heating water as it is usually less expensive than electricity.
Electric water heater's energy cost can range from $439 to $463 yearly.
Electrical Water Heater
When you are replacing a commercial water heater, several factors must be kept in mind. The size of the building and number of people using the heater, the water heater's location and the type of utilities available in your area, and then utilize whether you need a heater or a boiler.
Boilers use natural gas, propane, or heating oil. They must be big enough to boil sufficient water to heat the house. If the boilers produce steam heat, pipes conduct the steam to radiators. If the boilers heat with hot water, coils, baseboard radiators or pipes under the floors distribute the heat.
Commercial water heaters are reliable appliances, however, they are heavily used with the load of burning and pumping through the boiler, safety must be the number one concern when operating a steam boiler. Maintaining your boiler correctly is one of the best ways to avoid accidents and keep your boiler safe and efficient.