Find out what you need to know before considering an electric tankless water heater. Also, a simple solution for cutting energy bills.
Zoning your domestic hot water system by having two complete supply loops cuts down on waiting and wasting a lot of water in the process.
Learn which steps to take before installing a tankless water heater in a hard water area. Also, get Money Pit's opinion on tankless water heaters – their functionality, efficiency, and reputation.
Discover which water heater is best in a vacation home that's empty – and cold – all winter. Plus, get tips for adding efficiency and savings to your water heater – and bills.
Discover which water heater makes the most sense for point-of-use in a one-bedroom home. Plus, learn about the most efficient type of electric water heater – it's pricier to install, but cheaper to run.
Replacing your water heater can provide long-term value in the form of money and energy savings. By simply switching to a new energy-efficient water heater or a new energy source, like propane, you could save hundreds of dollars each year.
Learn what could be causing second- and third- floor shower water to go cold when plumbing's used on a lower floor – and how to fix it.
Discover why tankless water heaters are a good choice for large houses with multiple bathrooms – unless your home uses a certain heating fuel.
Traditional water heaters have a built-in inefficiency: they heat water whether you need it or not. If you’re looking for ways to make your existing tank water heater more efficient, you do have some options. Your best strategy will depend on whether your water heater is fueled by gas, electricity or oil.
If you are thinking about ways to save energy, consider a tankless water heater. Learn why they are a good option for homeowners.