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Why not break in 2011 with a New Year’s resolution that is easy on your wallet and easy on the environment?! Follow the steps below and you’ll be sure to feel better about yourself and your home throughout the year. … Continue reading
We have water tanks, we have tankless water heaters, but what is a hybrid water heater? A company called â€œEternalâ€ has a Condensing Hybrid water heater which is a revamp of its original Eternal Hybrid system. What you end up with is a water heater that enjoys the benefits of a tankless but with fewer drawbacks. Continue reading
A plumber recommended the Phoenix modulating condensing water tank to me the other day as an alternative to a tankless. His experience with them is good, and recommends them to anyone looking for a more efficient water heating system. Continue reading
Air Generate manufactures a water tank add-on system called AirTap. It converts heat from the air using it to heat the water in your tank. Once installed you can unplug the electricity or gas currently used to power your water heater. And it requires no other purchases or upgrades. Continue reading
Mean Green List takes a look at â€œtanklessâ€ water heater designs to help you decide if they are your best option. Traditional water heaters use a huge insulated water tank full of hot water, allowing you to access hot water in your sink, shower or dishwasher whenever you need it. However, one typically uses hot water only a couple times a day, so itâ€™s rather wasteful to keep so much water constantly heated. The theory behind tankless water heaters is to heat the water right before you use it, thus sparing all that unutilized energy. Continue reading