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Types of Water Heater.

By: Oberlan Rosa February 15, 2019

Tankless Water Heaters, Conventional Water Heaters and Indirect Water Heaters.

Tankless/On-Demand Water Heaters 
Did you know you could have enough hot water for everyone, with every shower, if you installed a tankless water heater? Tankless water heaters provide an endless supply of hot water but are designed to heat only the water you are using – saving you money on your gas or electric bill every month. You may also be eligible for a Federal Tax Credit.

High efficiency tankless water heaters last twice as long as tank-style heaters, and their small size wall mount capability help recapture valuable square footage in your home. So start saving money and never be left with a cold shower again. Call us today to install a tankless water heater in your home.

Tankless On-Demand Water Heaters

Conventional Water Heaters 
Water heaters can last up to 30 years, but many fail after 10, predominantly due to neglect. In addition, inefficient water heaters can add dollars onto your bills. If you are having trouble with your water heaters Obie Comfort Systems will inspect your heater and provide you with options to service or replace parts or, if necessary, are prepared to install a new water heater. We are experts in both gas and electric water heaters, and provide additional confidence in our service with warranty coverage of at least one year on any parts replaced.

Conventional Water Heaters

Indirect Water Heaters 
An indirect water heater is one of the best options because it eliminates the tremendous flue losses associated with gas-fired “storage” type water heaters but without the hot water limitations of tankless gas water heaters. When used with a modern, high-efficiency boiler, these units can cost-effectively produce large volumes of hot water and the energy savings hold true even in the summer when your boiler isn’t needed for heat.