Gaithersburg Heat Pump Water Heaters
If you’re searching for a new water heater, there are now far more options available than a standard tank model. At Mallick Plumbing & Heating, we pride ourselves in offering our customers various options with the latest technology that best suit their needs, including Heat Pump (Hybrid) Water Heaters.
Unlike traditional water heaters, Heat Pump (Hybrid) Water Heaters use a heat pump to extract the heat from the surrounding air and heating the water within the tank through the coil surrounding it. Traditional models create their own heat, requiring more energy to be produced. Heat Pump (Hybrid) Water Heaters are approximately three times more efficient than traditional heaters, depending on the model and usage.
Call us at (301) 804-6759 today to schedule water heaters service with one of our licensed and trained technicians.
installation and maintenance
With over 25 years of experience, Mallick Plumbing & Heating provides reliable service for Heat Pump (Hybrid) Water Heaters in Gaithersburg and in parts of Maryland. Our team has the experience and capabilities to install a new Heat Pump (Hybrid) Water Heater or service it throughout the unit’s life.
Heat Pump (Hybrid) Water Heaters – like traditional and tankless water heaters – require regular maintenance for maximum efficiency. Mallick Plumbing & Heating recommends all water heater units should be drained or descaled once a year.
To ensure peak performance and prolong the unit’s lifespan, Heat Pump (Hybrid) Water Heaters should also have their filters cleaned every three to six months. This will prevent dirt, dust and debris from entering the system and potentially damaging it.
Call a Mallick Plumbing & Heating Team Member at (301) 804-6759 with any questions or to learn more about Heat Pump Water Heaters!
environmental impacts of heat pump water heaters
Heat Pump (Hybrid) Water Heaters don’t have as much of an impact on the environment as traditional electric or gas water heaters.
Traditional units can generate heat, gas leaks or toxic emissions into our air and environment. Heat Pump (Hybrid) Water Heaters – by using less energy and not producing any new heat – can help reduce greenhouse gas emissions and produce a lower carbon footprint than other units.
Overall, Heat Pump (Hybrid) Water Heaters have a much more positive impact on the environment by utilizing air – an infinitely renewable resource – to heat your water as opposed to older, traditional water heaters.
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