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How Do Water Heaters Work?

Is Yours in Good Shape?

water heater installation new york Water heaters are something most people don’t spend much time thinking about until something goes wrong. But water heaters serve a very important function in your home. Think about all the things you need warm or hot water for. It really adds up. In fact, according to the US Department of Energy, approximately 20% of the average home’s energy costs go towards heating water. That’s why it’s important not to take yours for granted. That’s also why having as efficient a water heater as possible is important.

Bottini Fuel offers some of the most efficient water heating technologies available. And if you’re happy with the water heater you already have, we provide expert water heater maintenance as well.

An Intro to Water Heaters

How a water heater works depends on what kind of water heater it is. Water heaters fall into a few general categories:

Is Something Wrong with Your Water Heater?

Is your water heater in good shape or is it getting ready to let you down? Before a water heater fails, there are usually some warning signs. If you notice any of the following, chances are your water heater may need to be repaired or replaced:

Even if you don’t have any of the problems listed above, you should start considering an upgrade to a new and more efficient model once your water heater is over 10 years old.

Go with the Flow

At Bottini Fuel, we can take care of all your water heater needs. Our experts can help you find the right water heater for your household. We also offer free estimates. And if you’re happy with your current water heater, our experts can provide maintenance to keep it running like new.

Contact Bottini Fuel today for a new oil or propane water heater at a great price or to sign up for a water heater service plan. With locations serving New York’s Hudson Valley as well as parts of Pennsylvania and New Jersey, we’re here for you.

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