Water heaters are essential appliances in most residential homes, providing a constant supply of hot water for daily use. Tank or tankless? Our experienced team can help you make an informed decision.

Types of Water Heaters

  • Tank water:
    These heaters store and heat a large amount of water in a tank. The process works as follows: cold water enters the tank through a supply line, and the heating element inside the tank heats the water to the desired temperature. The heated water is then stored in the tank until it is needed. When a hot water faucet is turned on, the hot water is drawn from the tank and flows through the pipes to the faucet.
  • Tankless water heater:
    Do not store hot water but instead heat water on demand as it passes through a heating element. When a hot water faucet is turned on, cold water flows through a pipe into the unit, where it is heated by a gas burner or electric element. The hot water then flows out of the unit and to the faucet.

Both tank and tankless water heaters require a source of energy to heat the water, such as gas or electricity. Gas water heaters typically use a burner to heat the water, while electric water heaters use heating elements.

Water heaters also come with safety features, such as a temperature and pressure relief valve, which opens if the temperature or pressure inside the tank exceeds safe levels .No matter what type of system or setup you have in your home, you can count on the team at Fusion Air to provide you with the services you need and deserve. Our technicians have the skills and knowledge to repair and maintain any type of heating system. We provide free quotes for any new heating or AC equipment installation. 

Whether you need residential or commercial services, our licensed HVAC specialists are ready to serve you.