A steam water heater is an appliance that uses incoming steam supply to warm a water supply. It is a form of on-demand water heating that does not require a bulky storage tank, like traditional gas-fired or electric wate... More »

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Rheem, Jacuzzi and EcoSmart offer tankless water heaters. These units heat water on demand and eliminate a storage tank. They are available in point-of-use devices that install under the sink and whole-house models. More »

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GE suggests replacing standard water heaters with the GeoSpring Hybrid-Electric Residential Water Heater, which can be installed in a clean, dry area that is protected from freezing temperatures. Before proceeding furthe... More »

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After removing and draining the old water heater, hooking up new flex pipe segments, connecting to the gas supply (unless the heater is electric) and linking to the water supply complete replacement of a hot water heater... More »

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While hot water heaters and hot water boilers both heat water, a hot water heater elevates the temperature of water to 125 degrees and a boiler heats it to boiling, converting water to steam. Boilers are considered super... More »

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A tankless gas water heater is an appliance for providing hot water on demand. By only heating water when it’s needed, tankless gas water heaters save homes money by avoiding the need to continuously keep a tank of water... More »

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Homeowners can drain a Rheem water heater by turning off the power to the heater, shutting off the water supply and attaching a hose to the drain valve. If the bottom of the heater has sediment build-up, the user may hav... More »