This is a busy time of the year for making improvements on a home to prepare it for winter. One excellent upgrade you can make for your house is to finally get rid of that creaky, unreliable, and expensive-to-run tank water heater. If you’ve got a system more than 15 or 20 years old, you’re due for a change to something that’s not only less likely to break down, but which will also cost far less to run.
We often talk about the advantages of using a tankless water heater to provide hot water to your household. But this isn’t the only option you have for making a technology upgrade for water heating. Tankless systems aren’t ideal for all homes, and in your specific case you might want to stay with a system that stores water in a tank and keeps it heated and ready for use.
But that doesn’t mean you have to use a standard natural gas or electric water heater. If you’re looking to save money with a new water heater installation, take a look at the benefit of a heat pump water heater.