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Here you will find a wide variety of tankless water heaters, indirect water heaters, and commercial water heaters.
Tankless Water Heaters are a great way to heat the water in your home without wasting energy. Several of the heaters below qualify for the 2009 Tankless Water Heater Tax Credit.
This category contains Burnham Alliance Indirect Water Heaters, Smart Indirect Water Heaters, Bradford White and Weil Mclain Indirect Water Heaters.
Water entering a home through a system of pipes is usually cold. A water heater provides the hot water which makes it possible to take a hot shower or use a dishwasher or washing machine. Traditional water heaters look like big metal cylinders and are generally installed in a basement or laundry room. Approximately 20% of the average United States household annual energy cost comes from hot water heating. Water heaters can be fueled by gas, electric, liquid propane, oil, or even solar energy. The water heaters located here are for residential applications.
This category contains a variety of AO Smith commercial water heaters, including: Cyclone water heaters, Master-Fit (BTR, BTN) water heaters, Conservationist water heaters, Dura-Power (DEN, DEL, DSE) water heaters, and Lime Tamer (DRE, DVE) water heaters.
This category contains Lochinvar Shield and Lochinvar Armor commercial gas water heaters, both available in a variety of models to meet your water heating needs.
A common issue among both homeowners and contractors is finding the appropriate replacement part for an AO Smith Water Heater. Unlike many local supply houses, we stock and have access to a wide range of AO Smith Water Heater replacement parts. Replacement elements, temperature controls, pilot assemblies, blower motors, and many other common AO Smith Water Heater replacement parts are readily available from our website. If you cannot find the part you are looking for, contact our exceptional customer service team and we will do our very best to locate that part for you.
This category contains water heater parts and accessories manufactured by Bradford White.
Here you will find a huge selection of Rheem Water Heater replacement parts. These water heater replacement parts can save you from replacing an entire water heater.
This category contains a variety of Weil McLain parts for Weil McLain water heaters.
This category contains a wide variety of water heater replacement parts manufactured by Triangle Tube.
We stock a variety of Water Heater Accessories including Water Heater Stands and Straps, Water Heater Pans, Water Heater Connectors, and Water Heater Controls; all that is needed to complete your heating supply needs.
This category includes 3" and 4" Z-FLEX and Hart and Cooley venting and parts. This venting may be used for Boilers or Water Heaters.
This category contains an assortment of accessories and parts that apply to indirect water heaters manufactured by a variety of manufacturers.
What is a Water Heater?
Water entering a home through a system of pipes is usually cold or cool. A water heater provides the hot water which makes it possible to take a hot shower or use a dishwasher or washing machine. Traditional water heaters look like big metal cylinders and are generally installed in a basement or laundry room. Tankless water heaters have been gaining popularity in recent years because of their efficiency and compact size.
Selecting an ideal water heater is essential when energy costs are in consideration. Roughly 20% of the average United States household annual energy cost comes from hot water heating. Water heaters can be fueled by gas, electric, liquid propane, oil, or even solar energy. They are used in residential and commercial applications and are available in direct-fired, indirect-fired, and tankless variations.
Direct-Fired Water Heaters
Direct-fired water heaters derive their name from the method water is heated within the storage tank. In this type of water heater, the water in the tank is heated directly by the heat of a flame. Fuel is burned in a combustion chamber under the water storage tank, then hot flue gases heat water in the tank. A home with a warm air furnace will generally have this type of water heater.
Indirect Water Heaters An indirect-fired water heater gets hot water from a boiler or furnace. A furnace or boiler heats water that is then transferred through a heat exchanger located in the storage tank. The energy stored by the storage tank allows the furnace to turn on and off less often. This saves energy and money. An indirect water heater with a well insulated tank is a very efficient source for providing hot water.
Tankless Water Heaters A tankless water heater contains no storage tank for hot water; a great benefit for applications with limited space. Water is only heated when a hot water tap is turned on. When a hot water tap is turned the system recognizes the demand for hot water. Water is then heated until the tap is turned back to its off position. Tankless water heaters are also referred to as "on demand" water heaters because they provide hot water on demand. By only turning on when there is a call for hot water, tankless water heaters avoid standby heat loss entirely, thereby saving energy and money. You can find a wide selection of Takagi, Eemax, and Stiebel Eltron tankless water heaters on our website.
Advantages and Disadvantages of Gas, Oil, Propane & Electric Water Heaters
Natural gas units produce hot water quickly and can either be vented through a chimney or wall. These units are available in various sizes and models. The heater must be located in a position with access to the gas line and chimney.
Propane water heaters have similar venting requirements as natural gas water heaters. Most liquid propane (LP) comes from processing natural gas, so it is slightly more expensive. However, propane burns nearly three times hotter so this compensates for the higher cost. A propane gas water heater requires a liquid propane storage tank and regular fuel delivery.
Oil water heaters produce hot water faster than any other method. This means a smaller storage tank and a quicker recovery time. However, there are fewer models from which to choose. An oil water heater requires a heating oil storage tank and regular fuel delivery.
Electric water heaters are easy to install and are available in various sizes and models. They do not require special venting and can be located in many areas of the home. Heating water with electricity requires more energy in comparison to other energy sources, but electric water heaters tend to have larger storage volumes to compensate for this.
We carry a huge selection of AO Smith, Bradford White, Weil Mclain, Lochnivar, Burnham, Amtrol, Peerless, Buderus, and Triangle Tube water heaters to suit your hot water needs. In addition, you can also find a wide range of accessories and replacement parts for your water heaters here.
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