There are a couple of reasons that you might want to turn off your hot water heater. In an emergency, you’ll want to turn it off right away. If you’re trying to save money, you could turn it off when it’s not needed or install a timer.
The debate between solar water heaters and electric geysers gets heated (forgive the pun) every year as consumers become more eco-conscious.
Whether you’re interested in buying a new water heater or replacing an old one, each water heating system has something to offer. That’s what makes the decision challenging.
A hot water supply is necessary all year round. If you are looking for an uninterrupted supply without spending all your money on utilities, it may be time to switch to a tankless water heater.
There’s nothing like hot showers during the winter, especially in colder climates. Having a reliable heat pump for showers or cooking helps prevent any frustrations from defective craftsmanship. But how reliable are they?
Florida’s naturally warm climate and water temperature make it a great place to install a heat pump water heater for energy and money savings. Here’s why.
Heat pump water heaters and tankless water heaters each have different advantages for different situations. We break down the pros and cons to help you decide.
Looking for a high quality heat pump water heater that’s budget-friendly, too? Here are our top 5 picks for performance, affordability and availability.
Like any appliance, heat pump water heaters are bound to have some technical issues. Here are some common problems and possible solutions.
If you’re investing in a hybrid water heater, it matters where you put it. We help you consider climate, volume requirements, noise and more.
Hybrid water heaters work at maximum efficiency warm locations, but they can still have a positive impact on a home’s efficiency in colder climates.