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Most Common Types of Water Heaters

Most Common Types of Water Heaters

So far, we covered two main categories of water heaters. We put them in the tank water heater and tankless water heater category. Now in this article, we will take a look at the fuel source. …
How Does Water Heater Work

How Does Water Heater Work?

Nobody likes a cold shower. Let’s face it; the average human is not IceMan. Cold water can kill you if you are not following IceMan techniques of breathing. Because of that, 99% or even more homes …
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Best Shower Tankless Water Heater

Best Shower Tankless Water Heater

Buying the best shower water heater is not a simple thing. You need to consider many elements before making a final decision. You can be tempted and search for an affordable solution by buying a point …
Best Electric Tankless Water Heater

Best Electric Tankless Water Heater

Electric tankless water heaters are not as popular as the gas-fueled water heaters. Electricity is much more expensive than gas, and that’s one of the main reasons why is that so. However, electric tankless water heaters …
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EcoSmart ECO Water Heaters

EcoSmart ECO Water Heaters – Reviews

EcoSmart is one of the leaders in the tankless water heater market in the USA. All EcoSmart models are manufactured in the USA, and that gives them more credit on the market. They offer a wide …
EcoSmart ECO MINI Water Heater

EcoSmart ECO MINI Water Heaters – Review

EcoSmart ECO MINI has many purposes, but this water heater is not used as a whole house system. The reason behind that is simple; there is not much power in this mini solution for hot water.  …
EcoSmart ECO 11 Electric Tankless Water Heater

EcoSmart ECO 11 (Tankless / Electric) – Review

EcoSmart ECO 11 is a tankless water heater for small homes. For only a few hundred dollars now, you too can enjoy endless amounts of hot water. No tank means you are saving energy and money. …
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