Indirect Water Heaters Save Energy and Reduce Costs
Indirect water heaters have a reputation for being most efficient during the colder winter months. This is the time of year when we receive a lot of questions surrounding the benefits of indirect water heaters, how they work, costs associated therein, and more.
We thought it would be useful to help our new and returning customers with this simplified indirect water heater question and answer piece.
Q: What are indirect water heaters?
A: Indirect water heaters, along with tankless coils, function to heat water. They do this through your existing home heating system.
Q: How do indirect water heaters work?
A: Indirect water heaters heat water on demand. At the turn of a faucet, water travels through the heating coil where it is warmed on its way. Indirect water heaters do require storage tanks, but these tanks can store cold, rather than hot water, due to the on-demand tankless coil that heats water on its way to the desired faucet.
Q: What are the benefits of installing an indirect water heater?
A: Top benefits of installing an indirect water heater include:
- Hot water on demand; no waiting
- Saves energy
- Reduces costs
- Can be least expensive hot water option if paired with high-efficiency boiler and well-insulated tank
Q: What type of maintenance is necessary for indirect water heaters?
A: Maintenance can be subjective depending upon how your indirect water heater is installed and connected. When you choose to work with Rebmann, you can sign up for our Service Contract Agreement which entitles you to regular maintenance and priority service.
Q: How can Rebmann help?
A: Rebmann, Plumbing, Heating, and Air Conditioning has been living and working in Long Island’s Nassau and Suffolk Counties for nearly 100 years.
Here’s what we offer:
- Experience (almost a century on the job)
- Better Business Bureau approved
- Minimum one-year warranty on all parts and service
- 24-hour emergency service available
- …and much, much more!
Please stop by or call Rebmann today to learn more about how an indirect water heater combination can help reduce your spending this winter!