1. What are ways to conserve on hot water heating?
Some of the best ways to conserve energy while using a water heater are to invest in a new and more efficient unit, flush your tank, replace fixtures, and lower the thermostat.
2. What does Energy Factor (EF) of a water heater mean?
Energy factor (EF) ratings are a great tool for measuring the efficiency of a water heater. The higher the EF rating, the more energy efficient the water heater.
3. What is the FHR on a water heater?
The First Hour Rating (FHR) is a number that indicates how much hot water a water heater can produce within one hour of use. This number is a great tool for finding the right size water heater for your home.
4. How do I select the right size water heater?
To find the right sized water heater for your home, you’ll want to calculate how much hot water your household will need at any given time.
5. Why is water heater capacity important?
Having the right water heater capacity will save you money on operating costs while ensuring your household has enough hot water for day-to-day activities.
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