Sonntag, 28. Oktober 2007

I have hard water - is that a problem?

Minerals have less time to settle out of the water column and build up inside the heat exchanger, because tankless water heaters do not store hot water. Another advantage is that the flow of water through the heat exchanger flushes the residue each time hot water is used. Nonetheless water softener can be used with a tankless water heater, and is recommended if you have hard water problems in your home.

Kommentare:

Virginia Lawrence hat gesagt…

I'm moving soon and want to get a tankless water heater in Denver. Do you happen to know if Denver has hard or soft water? Thanks!

Lance Tankman hat gesagt…

Thanks for sharing this, its the exact question that i had, i bought a couple water heaters in calgary for my parents, and this was a concern that they had, so thanks for sharing its a life saver.

Chandler Covey hat gesagt…

I would always go with soft water if you can. The water heaters in Calgary are going to be your best bet as well. Good luck!

Michelle Thornton hat gesagt…

I had no idea there even was such a thing as a tankless water heater. It makes sense, and probably works really well. Do you know if they sell a tankless water heater in Calgary? I would interested in investing in one.

Mary J. Hale hat gesagt…

Thanks for this information. We just switched to a tankless water heater in Calgary and we really love it. I am glad that other people are learning about these and buying them. They are awesome. Thanks!

Gordon Freeman hat gesagt…

Great information! I am trying to decide if getting a tankless water heater in Calgary would be worth it. Any suggestions? Thanks.

Mike Ross hat gesagt…

Do any of them have tankless water heaters? That would be great if they did.

William Walker hat gesagt…

Those sound great to get. I help with water heater repair in Provo. I have never dealt with tank less heater.

Nancy Jorden hat gesagt…

I know that denver heating and air can help out.

Jack White hat gesagt…

I think that it is very interesting how there are so many options when getting a new water heater winnipeg. I can see how tankless whater heater would do the trick just like the large tank ones.

Jack White hat gesagt…

I think that it is very interesting how there are so many options when getting a new water heater winnipeg. I can see how tankless whater heater would do the trick just like the large tank ones.

Jak Manson hat gesagt…

Well hard water is not necessarily a bad thing, but it is not good either. You are probably going to want to get things well taken care of and make sure that it doesn't stay that way. Over time it can get worse and so you want to make sure that you are safe about things.
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Julia Carlson hat gesagt…

I don't mind my hard water! It's all personal opinion, but I think that hard water is better than soft. I really need to get a new water heater. Can you recommend one? http://www.clearwaterplumbing.com/tankless-water-heaters/

Rae Irwin hat gesagt…

I live in a state that is notorious for its hard water. I didn't realize this when I moved in here, so I've had to adjust how I deal with my water system now. I'm happy to see that the hard water doesn't affect how my water gets heated. That's one less thing on my list of things to worry about!
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