When you’re looking for a new hot water heater, you might find a lot of buzz online about tankless units. Tankless water heaters use on-demand technology to heat up water only when you need it. Unlike tank water heaters, which keep large reservoirs of water hot all throughout the day, tankless water heaters only need to heat up water in short bursts, as needed, which is what makes them such efficient systems. But does this really make them better?
Bartels Heating & Cooling Blog: Archive for March, 2016
Your heating system is not functioning at its best. “Oh well,” you think, turning on the space heaters and lessening your heating system usage for the end of the season, “there’s always next season.” A lot of people have this same way of thinking about heating and cooling repairs. If it happens at the end of the season, you don’t really need the repair right away, right?
Temperatures are on the rise, though they may seem pretty mild right now (except for quite a bit of rainfall lately). And since outdoor temperatures are perfectly fine right now, few people think about what will happen once temperatures heat up and their old air conditioning systems are back in action.
If your heating system is reaching its breaking point, there’s no time to wait. Whether the heating season is nearly at its end or there are a few weeks left of cool weather, you deserve a new, high-performance, more efficient heater for this season and for all the years to come. And the best time to replace a struggling heater? Right now!