Save Money with an Energy Efficient Hot Water Heater

Posted by fosterpandh on January 28, 2015, at 3:29 pm

It’s not surprising that one of the resolutions many homeowners make is that they want to start reducing the amount of energy their family uses. This can be an area where a great deal of money is lost, especially when it comes to their day-to-day activities that are wasting significant amounts of energy. The desire to make some changes is certainly understandable, especially when you consider how high the average utility bill has climbed in recent years. Fortunately, whether you want to reduce energy usage or you’re just looking for an efficient way to make sure your family always has plenty of hot water, a new hot water heater installation can be an excellent solution.

When choosing a new hot water heater, it is important to take into consideration the size of your family as well as the amount of hot water you use on a daily basis. Some people are even choosing to have a tankless hot water heater rather than the traditional tank style heater. Whichever style you choose, make sure you hire an experienced plumber to handle your new hot water heater installation.

With today’s more energy efficient hot water heater options, it is possible to reduce energy consumption and enjoy the benefits of lower utility bills. Of course, even if you aren’t ready to replace your existing hot water heater, proper maintenance and repairs can help keep your water heater functioning as efficiently as possible.

At Foster Plumbing & Heating, we’ve been bringing professional hot water heater installation and repairs to residents in the Richmond area since 1946. Our experienced technicians will install your new water heater or service your existing system, ensuring you are completely satisfied with the job we perform. Whether it’s making sure your heating system is functioning properly or taking care of water heater repairs, when you want to save money, efficient home comfort systems are a must. Give Foster Plumbing & Heating a call today.

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