Save Big with a New Water Heater
Water heating accounts for about 15% of a typical home's energy use, so you can take a big bite out of your energy budget by upgrading to a more efficient system. If you are running out of hot water too quickly or your water heater is more than 7 years old, give ckSmithSuperior a call and we'll evaluate your current system and explain your options.
If you heat your home by boiler, you have a choice in your replacement water heater: a direct, oil-fired heater with a storage tank or an indirect water heater that utilizes the boiler for water heating and stores heated water in a tank. The American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy recommends an indirect system or a combined heat/hot water system as the most efficient choice.
Homes that heat by furnace generally do not have the option of indirect water heating or a combined system and instead use a standalone, oil-fired appliance.
We offer high-efficiency water heaters fueled by your choice of oil or propane. Our propane tankless water heaters reduce energy use because they have no tank to heat.