Electric Water Heaters, Tankless & Point of Use

The many benefits of electric water boilers: no need for combustible fuel, saving space, saving money and energy, safe in terms of no fuel leaks, help conserve the environment, and reduce your need for combustible fuel.

In addition, you can save space in the way electric boilers don't use combustion fuel; you do not need to add fuel storage close to your boiler. Thus, vacant space can be used for other purposes.

Electric water heating equipment solutions in our catalog include products from the leading brand Bosch.

If you are looking for a single point of use for kitchenettes, half bathrooms, or a water heating system for the whole house, we have the right solution available to you.

Explore Further:

Q. How does an electric water heater work?

A. An electric water heater uses electric resistance heating elements to heat water stored in a tank. When hot water is used, cold water enters the bottom of the tank and is heated by the elements. The heated water rises to the top of the tank where it is stored until needed.

Q. How long do electric water heaters last?

A. The lifespan of an electric water heater depends on various factors such as the quality of the unit, usage, and maintenance. Generally, a well-maintained electric water heater can last between 10 to 15 years.

Q. What size electric water heater do I need?

A. The size of the electric water heater you need depends on several factors such as the number of people in your household, the number of bathrooms, and your hot water usage habits. As a general rule a 40-gallon tank is suitable for 1-2 people, a 50-gallon tank for 3-4 people, and a 80-gallon tank for 5 or more people.

Q. How do I maintain my electric water heater?

A. To maintain your electric water heater, you should regularly inspect the unit for signs of leaks or corrosion, test the pressure relief valve, and flush the tank to remove sediment buildup. It is also recommended to have a professional plumber inspect your unit every 1-2 years.

Q. Can I use a timer to control my electric water heater?

A. Yes, using a timer can help reduce energy consumption and lower utility bills by only heating water when needed. You can set the timer to turn on the water heater during peak usage times and turn it off during off-peak hours.

Q. Can I install an electric water heater myself?

A. While it is possible to install an electric water heater yourself, it is highly recommended to hire a professional plumber to ensure proper installation and avoid potential safety hazards. Improper installation can lead to leaks, electrical issues, and other hazards.

Q. Can I use an electric water heater with hard water?

A. While electric water heaters can operate with hard water, the mineral buildup can reduce the efficiency and lifespan of the unit. It is recommended to install a water softener or use a descaling agent to reduce mineral buildup and extend the life of the water heater.

Q. What safety features should I look for in an electric water heater?

A. Some safety features to look for in an electric water heater include a pressure relief valve to prevent dangerous pressure buildup, a thermostat to prevent overheating, and a shut-off valve to prevent leaks. It is also recommended to install a carbon monoxide detector if the unit is located in an enclosed space.

Q. Can I use an electric water heater in a mobile home?

A. Yes, electric water heaters can be used in mobile homes. It is recommended to choose a water heater specifically designed for mobile homes and ensure proper installation by a professional plumber.

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