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Commercial Water Heaters
Throughout the years the choices of commercial water heaters have improved.
Your choices used to be gas or electric, but now there are tankless, and oil commercial water heaters, as well as solar and multi-fuel. Our focus is on gas, electric, and tankless.
Choosing the proper commercial water heater will be determined by your needs. You want to make sure your water heater is large enough for your needs, however you want to make sure you are not spending money that you don't need to.
Our advice to you is to work with an expert such as Akamai Plumbing, Inc. for all of your commercial water heater needs, and let us answer the questions you might have before spending too much money on a unit.
Tank less Water Heaters
It's hard to imagine that the first tank less water heater was actually invented in 1889. Many people still have not heard of them, but we are here to educate you should you prefer to convert to a tank less water heater.
Tank less water heaters do not maintain water internally with the exception of a small amount in the heater coil. A tank less water heater comes in either gas or electric.
The water will distribute through the heat exchanger that is usually made out of copper, and then heated either through gas or electric. Tank less water heaters will cost extra money in the beginning, but over time will save you money as they are less costly to operate.
Residential Water Heaters
When needing to install or replace a residential water heater, there are hundreds of options to choose from. You and your family know what your needs are, therefore it is always wise to consult with a professional regarding your residential water heater.
Is your water heater out of date and you want to replace it with a good efficient water heater that will save you energy and money over the years? Are you going to need a gas or electric water heater?
Depending on the number of individuals in your home, as well as the size of your home will determine what size of a water heater you will need. For your best options, give Akamai Plumbing, Inc. a call and let us help you decide.