On average, about 20 percent of a home's energy consumption comes from heating water for bathing, washing dishes, laundry, and cooking. This can add up to more than $450 yearly to operate a conventional storage type water heater. Sandy Shumate
Duluth, GA (PRWEB) December 28, 2010
Shumate Mechanical, which has operated in Atlanta to provide residents with all of their heating and cooling demands since 1978, announces that it's now the exclusive Bosch tankless water heater dealer for Bosch in Georgia. The condensing tankless water heater sold by Shumate Mechanical is state of the art. While actually cheaper than the non-condensing tankless water heaters on the market today from companies like Rinnai, Noritz, and Rheem, it is next generation technology that saves more energy.
In addition, the new Shumate-Bosch partnership is utilizing a proprietary and first of its kind program to actually let consumers buy the tankless water heating unit directly from Bosch online... and then, seamlessly arrange installation by Shumate within 24 to 48 hours by Shumate. This unique system is obviously faster and more customer-friendly than water heater ordering and installation systems have operated in the past. This is just one more way in which Shumate Mechanical seeks to maximize the benefits that customers derive from doing business with them.
What are the advantages of having Shumate Mechanical install a Bosch tankless water heater in your home? To begin, A Bosch tankless water heater provides endless hot water while using energy more efficiently. A tankless water heater turns on and off when a faucet or spigot is opened and closed. What this means is that the only energy that gets consumed is for the hot water that is being used--the tank is not constantly filling up with, storing, and heating hot water for later use. So, energy is not wasted heating water when it is not required.
With a tankless water heater, the water is heated only when it is needed. Whether gas or electricity is being used for your fuel, the powerful gas burners or electrical elements will instantly turn on, rapidly heating the water as it passes through the unit. The water is heated instantly.
This saving of energy means saved money for consumers. A reduction in cost of anywhere from 5% to 69% can be achieved, depending on which model of tankless water heater is being installed. Also, heating the water as needed means that customers can enjoy an endless supply of hot water – no more waiting for the tank to heat up in between showers, running the dishwasher, and washing machines.
In addition to these clear advantages of having a tankless water heater installed, there are even more. For instance, a tankless water heater is very small--small enough to be hung on the wall for even more savings of valuable floor space. It’s designed with replaceable parts and is built with such materials as copper, stainless steel, and aluminum so that a single unit can easily last an entire adult lifetime, while storage tank water heaters decrease in efficiency over time and eventually need to be replaced.
The Bosch tankless water heater is almost completely recyclable, so homeowners won’t be negatively impacting the environment by taking up more landfill space should the unit ever need to be discarded.
A Bosch tankless water heater saves money, space, and the local environment’s water. For more information about having one installed, contact Shumate Mechanical today.
ABOUT SHUMATE MECHANICAL IN PARTNERSHIP WITH BOSCH
Since 1978, family owned Shumate Mechanical has been helping residential and commercial customers stay comfortable, reduce energy consumption, breathe healthier air, and finish projects on-time and within budget. Shumate Mechanical is a Bosch certified Atlanta tankless water heater installer and is available to answer questions regarding installation by calling 678-584-0880.