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The 411 on the Most Efficient Type of Water Heater Available!Posted by Chad Peterman on Friday, March 8, 2013
I’m sure you’ve heard the debates on tankless vs. storage tank water heaters, and which type is the best to have in your home for certain reasons. We’re here today to tell you that neither tankless nor conventional water heaters are the most efficient and reliable. Indirect water heaters are the most efficient and reliable. Now you’re probably wondering what an indirect water heater is and how it works.
The 411 on Geothermal Heat Pumps in Indianapolis: What are the Benefits?Posted by Chad Peterman on Wednesday, February 13, 2013
I’m sure you’ve heard many people talk about geothermal heat pumps and their many benefits. Lately it has been said that they are going to revolutionize the heating world. Hopefully we will answer some of your questions on geothermal heat pumps in this blog!
Mid-Winter Check-ups: What Can I Do to Prevent Expensive Home Repairs in Indianapolis?Posted by Chad Peterman on Monday, February 4, 2013
With the winter months nearly half way through, hopefully the HVAC system in your home has been running efficiently and effectively. We’d like to think that you had annual maintenance done on your unit at the beginning of heating season, and that you’re staying on top of changing/cleaning your filter! Most importantly, hopefully your carbon monoxide detector is in place with fresh batteries and in good shape.
Easy Ways to Save Money this Winter in Indianapolis!Posted by Chad Peterman on Thursday, January 31, 2013
Winter is almost half over, and by this time you’re probably tired of seeing your energy bills rising month after month, and you are probably looking for ways to SAVE! Am I right? Improve your energy efficiency to save money. Below are tips listed to help you save money this winter!
Indianapolis Plumber: Water Heater Types.Posted by Chad Peterman on Monday, September 10, 2012
Here in Indianapolis, our household plumbing is of utmost concern; however, we would probably rather not think about it. As long as there isn’t water on the floor and the water is hot, we are just fine. When it comes to heating the water in our home, there are a number of different ways this can be accomplished. In most places, fossil fuels such as natural gas and oil are used for water heater power sources. The fuel may be consumed directly or through electricity. There are alternative ways to heat water, such as the use of solar energy, hot water heat recycling, geothermal heating and heat pumps. These alternate sources are usually used in conjunction with a backup system that uses gas, oil, or electricity.
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