Kelowna Shamrocks Plumbing & Heating Tankless Hot Water Report Launched

Shamrocks Plumbing and Heating has launched a new report on hot water efficiency, comparing traditional water tanks to new tankless water heaters. They say that the new heaters can be much more affordable in the long run.

A plumbing and heating specialist has launched a new report on the efficiency and benefits of tankless water heaters. Shamrocks Plumbing and Heating in Kelowna, British Columbia, specialise in plumbing and heating consultancy, installation and repair services, and have launched their new report to help homeowners to come to the right decision about how to heat their water. They advise that hot water tanks show signs of rust as they get older, which can be a telltale sign to replace the unit, in order to prevent it bursting. When it comes time to replace a unit, tankless water heaters can be more efficient.

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The site explains that there are a number of ways for homeowners to determine if they need a new water heater. The first is that if the hot water is running out too fast, while homeowners can also test the health of their water heater if water does not come up to temperature properly. If water leaks around the unit or if rust and sediment can be seen in the hot water, the specialists also advise replacing the unit.

When it comes time to invest in a new water heater, they explain that new water heaters are super efficient in comparison to older units even from ten years ago. In addition to this, some even come stocked with self cleaning systems, which can help reduce sediment buildup.

Shamrocks prides itself on helping customers to find the right water heating solution for each property, and knows that each case will be different, with different needs. The say that conventional hot water tanks can store up to 80 gallons of water, which it heats continually. This can be beneficial for high usage, and large families.

However, new tankless water heaters, which are smaller and offer reduced energy costs, supply continuous hot water at precise temperature. They are more expensive to buy, but over the long run can prove to be much more affordable.

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