When it’s time for a water heater replacement, you have many things to consider. Luckily, R & M Climate Control Service Experts is here to help. Before you invest in a new water heater, you need to pick which system best fits your family’s requirements. Fortunately, the team of specialists at R & M Climate Control Service Experts will be able to speak with you about the options you’ll need to contemplate, including which type of fuel is optimal for your water heating needs, how big your water heater tank needs to be, how energy efficient the system is and which models are within your budget.
Types of Water Heaters
- Traditional tank water heaters hold substantial amounts of water which is heated and ready to use.
- Tankless water heaters heat water directly, when you need it.
- Solar water heaters usually have a storage tank that holds water heated by the sun.
Water Heater Size
The size of your water heater depends on your hot water usage and on the sort of water heater you buy. R & M Climate Control Service Experts can help resolve that by helping you understand your hot water usage, the flow rate of various devices in your living space and how many of the systems you’ll want to use at the same time.
Sizing a traditional tank water heater can be a little easier than a tankless water heater because our experts only need to determine how much water needs to be gathered to meet your water needs at peak usage. It can all be a bit overwhelming but we’re here to help you.
Depending on your location and other aspects, you have a assortment of selections for powering your new water heater. It can also vary on where you live, but R & M Climate Control Service Experts will provide you with information on the best options for the Knoxville area and your specific needs.
With ENERGYSTAR®-certified models, and backed by the professional plumbing team at R & M Climate Control Service Experts, you can be sure that you won’t have to worry about taking a shower with cold water (unless you wanted to).
The tank water heater is designed to heat and store water in the tank, usually 40 or 50 gallons at a time. When the dishwasher, the washing machine, or a soothing hot shower runs, the pre-heated water that’s stored in the tank flows promptly to the point of use. The tank then refills, and the water is reheated. Tankless water heaters heat water instantly and can provide a virtually unlimited supply of hot water. But honestly, there are positives and negatives to both types of hot water heaters, and the decision to invest in one or the other should be based on your situational factors.
We have a wide variety of gas and electric tank water heaters available in multiple sizes, all with great warranties and installation backed by our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee*. And don’t forget we provide estimates. . We even have financing options that can offer you low monthly payments and no down payment. Call 865-229-6176 to find out more today!