Most people do not know much about commercial water heaters. After all, most people use hot water on a residential basis. And this is perfectly fine. If you are one of them, you might be clueless about what commercial water heaters are all about. But not to worry, because we have created a post for you. This post highlights 10 interesting facts that you may not know about commercial water heaters. Through this article, you can learn more about how commercial water heaters may differ from residential water heaters,
Easily one of the most overlooked plumbing appliances in the household, the water heater usually sits in the corner of your bathroom unless there are some issues with it. Be it a dribbly shower or slow in producing hot water; most of us have faced problem with the water heater at one time or another.
Good water pressure is synonymous to a luxurious shower experience. While storage water heaters undisputedly provide great water pressure and consistent water temperature,
On average, an electric storage water heater should last a decade or so, depending on your usage, model, and such. Whether you have a spiffy new electric storage water heater or one that has been with you for years, regular maintenance is the best way to guarantee that your water heater can do its job properly throughout its lifespan. And how well you maintain your water heater will have a massive impact on how long it lasts.
You look at the bunch of keys in your hands, and it feels like your heart skipped a beat. You’ve just gotten the keys to your brand-new house and you’re psyched to have a space you can call your own. You ponder over a lot of things: the kind of tiles to use for your kitchen, the placement of the sofa, the material of the dining table, and the kind of water heater for your bathroom.
Having a warm shower is an incredible privilege, and nothing screams “relax” more than standing under one of those magnificent showerheads that literally rain down upon you. Not only does it remind us of a posh vacation, but it also pulls us right back to our childhood dream of playing in the rain. Without having to catch a cold, of course.
Apart from creating a world of difference to your bath time,
We are constantly surrounded by heat here in the Philippines—the constant heatwave, machinery at certain commercial properties that generate heat as a by-product, etc.—so why are we not rethinking the ways to make use of these wasted heat energies?
In reality, heat pump water heating technology is a great way for homes or businesses to take advantage of the existing heat and in turn, reduce carbon emissions and cut back energy costs.
In today’s world, we have greater demands for energy. The larger the family, the more energy we can expect to use, and the same goes for businesses as well. The increasing costs of energy over the years has possibly also been reflected on your bills. Whether you’d like to save money on your energy bills or do your part for the environment, now’s a good time to start considering solar energy.
Here in Southeast Asia,
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Choosing the right water heater for your business doesn’t seem like the most important task in a business owner’s mind. After all, there are other bigger decisions to make, errands to run, or papers to process. We get that. But, did you know that a small decision like finding the right water heater for your business could be beneficial?
Yes. Getting the right water heater can help you to reduce your operational expenses and energy consumption.
Ever wondered how people showered during ancient times? It’s hard to imagine how they cleaned themselves up during those times. In those days, the seas, rivers, and lakes were their bathtubs, while waterfalls and raindrops were showers for them.
So how exactly did people improved their showers from simply bathing or showering out in the wilderness to exquisite bathrooms with intricate shower heads?
We did a little research on how showering evolved from then and now:
(An ancient Egyptian water jug)
Photo source: https://www.historyforkids.net/egyptian-pottery.html
Ancient Egyptians were known to be very particular with their cleanliness.
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