Water heating accounts for about 15% of a typical home's annual energy use, an energy efficient system can help to reduce this impact on your budget.
Natural Gas and Propane on demand tankless water heaters offer a constant flow of hot water, providing exceptional comfort and convenience.
If you have a water heater that is more than 7 years old, have the Gas Doctor make a house call and we will evaluate your current system and explain your options.
If you have a boiler heating your home, there are three options when it comes to upgrading your system; a direct water heater, Natural Gas fired water heater or indirect water heater.
An indirect water heater utilizes the boiler for water heating and stores heated water in a separate tank.
Direct tankless systems are more energy efficient than their tanked counterparts as they do not require the water to be heated, reheated, and refilled into the tank.
A home that is heated by a furnace generally does not have the option of indirect water heating or a combined system and instead use a standalone Natural Gas or Propane fired appliance.
Reliable hot water can be supplied from the boiler all year round with a Bradford White indirect tank water heater.
Tank water heaters can either be heated by their own fuel supply (direct fired) or be supplied hot water from the boiler (indirect).