Homeowners need a steady supply of hot water to use when bathing, washing hands, and others, and they’ll need a water heating system for this. It’s vital to have the right water heater to ensure that the homeowners won’t quickly exhaust their hot water supply.
There are three water heating systems that people can choose from, like the storage tank water heater, the tankless water heater, and the solar water heater. These water heating systems have different benefits, downsides, costs, and sizing requirements.
The storage tank water heater is commonly used in multiple households thanks to its low upfront costs. This heating system stores the hot water in an insulated tank until the homeowners need to use them. This water heater is suitable for large homes.
The tankless water heater has higher upfront costs than the storage tank water heater but is much more energy-efficient. This water heater doesn’t store any hot water and only produces limited amounts of it when needed.
The solar water heater comes with a storage tank and a solar collector, and this water heating system has two types that people can choose from, the active and the passive solar water heating system.
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