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3307 New Easley Bridge Hwy
Greenville, SC 29611
Benjamin Franklin Plumbing offers you an in-depth review of products and repair techniques, so that you can make informed decisions on your plumbing needs. Each and every day we strive to provide the highest level of professional service, unsurpassed honesty and integrity you expect from a licensed plumber.
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Consistent hot water production is fundamental for your daily household needs. At Benjamin Franklin Plumbing, we offer cutting edge water heater solutions through a world class range of products, including:
Conventional Tank Water Heaters
Usually water heaters are tank water heaters that stores tank full of hot water in homes 24x7. Most household models available on the market are capable of holding between 20 and 100 gallons of water. The water is circulated to the open faucet depending on hot water requirements. Major sources of energy used by conventional tanks include electricity, natural gas, propane, oil, solar or geothermal power. These sources help the appliance heat water as per the requirements of owner. Conventional storage water heaters remain the most popular water heating system type for residential and commercial purposes.
Electric Water Heaters
This is the demand of modern age customers for water heating purposes. The characteristic electric water heater is wired to a 220-volt circuit. The current passes through two heating elements to heat the water. These are 100% electrical-resistance heating elements positioned at the middle of the tank and at the bottom respectively. Power is delivered to each element through a thermostat.
Gas-Fired Water Heaters
These are a perfect alternative to the electric water heater. These heaters help saving of electricity via using natural gas or propane for water. The heater is available with a burner that is fed gas via a control valve and a thermostat switch. The gas-fired heaters function via heating the tank. Hence, it is importance to note that there will be more wear and tear on the tank as compared to an electric heater. However, using gas heaters is a sure shot way to snap down your energy bill.
Tankless Water Heaters
Also referred to as demand-type or instantaneous water heaters, these appliances are engineered in a fashion to provide hot water only as required. These heaters will keep the owners from producing reserve energy losses commonly associated with storage heaters. This makes tankless water heaters a big money saver. These are also more efficient than conventional water heaters. A typical tankless water heater runs on natural gas and propane.
Solar Water Heaters
These are the current fad among water heater buyers. Known for their energy saving and environmental friendly features, these heaters are gaining popularity. The solar collectors are usually installed outside the home. The most favorable location for installation is the roof of a house. Almost all of the models are the direct-gain type and come with flat panels. The water circulates within these panels.
Evaluating Your Options
Benjamin Franklin Plumbing are the water heater experts! We have achieved mastery over product innovation with its award-winning range of water heaters to suit diverse requirements of clients. We have the most technologically advanced water heaters. We can help you decide on a water heater type and model that best suits your requirements and purely based on your household setup, family needs, and location. Customer satisfaction is our goal and we will not leave any stone unturned to achieve that.
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