American Water Heater Dealer - Water Heating Experts LLC in Palm Beach County, Florida

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American Water Heater Dealer - Water Heating Experts LLC in Palm Beach County, Florida

Water Heating Experts LLC is an authorized dealer for American Water Heaters. We install and service all American Water Heaters including tankless, hybrid/heat-pump, electric tank, gas tank, and LP propane tank water heaters.

We are the top rated water heater installation company in Palm Beach County. We maintain 5 star ratings on Google, Home Advisor, Angie's List, and Thumbtack.

Call us today for a new American Water Heaters brand water heater at 561-602-9062


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80 Gallon Electric Hot Water Heater Options

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80 Gallon Electric Hot Water Heater Options

Many homes in Palm Beach County have 80 gallon electric hot water heaters installed. When these water heaters fail, you will find that finding a replacement 80 gallon water heater is almost impossible.

The reason for that is the National Appliance Energy Conservation Act of 2015. Water heaters manufactured after April 16, 2015, must meet the new energy requirements. This law applies to electric and gas hot water heaters. The gas hot water heaters are still available because the makers could make changes to the tanks that brought them into compliance. The 60, 80. and 100 gallon tanks are not efficient enough to meet the new energy requirements.

So what do you do if you have a large tank like a 60, 80 or 100 gallon electric hot water heater? If downsizing the amount of hot water available in your home is not an option then there are several ways to get the same amount of hot water and some that could save you money on your monthly electric bill.

Below I will list several options that you may be presented with by plumbers who are quoting your water heater replacement.

1. Hybrid Hot Water Heater

This is not a hybrid in the auto sense meaning part gas part electric. This is the hybrid between a heat pump and a traditional electric water heater tank. A heat pump uses the heat in the room to heat the water and it is boosted by a traditional water heater tank with a heating element. This is the most efficient option and it is perfect for South Florida. Your electrical costs will be as low as $100 per year operating the tank year round.



2. 50 Gallon Tank with a Tankless Booster

This option has a standard 50 gallon electric tank that is boosted up to 80 gallons with a small tankless water heater. This option is less expensive initially than the hybrid but it will cost more per year to run depending on your usage.



3. 50 Gallon Tank with a Thermostatic Mixing Valve

This option is perhaps the least expensive initially. We install a standard tank and then turn up the thermostat to high. The hot water is too hot for home use, but it is tempered by the mixing valve that allows only the right temperature water to your showers and faucets. This may increase your monthly bill because you are running the heater at a higher temperature.

4. Light Commercial 80 Gallon Tank

Many plumbers are installing a light commercial 80 gallon tank. This is very similar to your 80 gallon tank that is being replaced. This is kind of a loophole in the law. The drawbacks are that the tank is more expensive than residential tanks, the warranty is only for 1 year, and the installation goes against the spirit of the energy conservation law.

5. Tankless Electric

This option is generally not used to replace and 80 gallon tank because of the amount of hot water needed in the home. If you are doing a complete remodel, then this may be an option and you could use multiple tankless heaters for each bathroom or area. If that is the case or if the home is new construction then this may be an option for you.

In conclusion there is a new law as of 2015 and it does do away with residential 60, 75, and 80 gallon hot water heaters that are electric. There are many options, though, and some can save you greatly on your electric utility bill.

Call us today to replace that old 80 Gallon Water Heater.

Water Heating Experts 561-602-9062





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Water Heater Installation West Palm Beach, Florida

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Water Heater Installation West Palm Beach, Florida

Water Heating Experts installs, repairs and services water heaters in the West Palm Beach area and all of Palm Beach County. We are licensed master plumbers that specialize in water heater installation.

We pride ourselves on a clean, professional job using only the best brands and materials for your water heater. From tankless, tank style to hybrid/heat-pump hot water heaters. We are current with the latest technology and we just love installing hot water heaters.

Our pricing is lower than the larger companies that offer all plumbing services, AC and electric. Water heating is a unique installation. By specializing we can offer a better installation at a lower cost. You will not get a pushy sales person that only knows sales and costs you more because of his paycheck.

We can give you a quote by phone, text or email. We just need the gallons of your hot water heater, the dimensions, and the dimensions of the room or doorway. A photo is also very helpful. Call Eric Strand, the owner, for a free quote today.

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Authorized A.O. Smith Water Heater Dealer and Installer - Water Heating Experts

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Authorized A.O. Smith Water Heater Dealer and Installer - Water Heating Experts

A.O. Smith has been a leader in water heating technology for years. A. O. Smith Water Products Company is headquartered in Ashland City, Tennessee, home of the world’s largest water heater factory.

Water Heating Experts is proud to be an authorized dealer and installer for A.O. Smith water heating products. Water Heating Experts WHE is one of the top installers in Palm Beach County, Florida. We are a licensed plumbing contractor in the state of Florida. We are featured prominently on A.O. Smith's website HotWater.com

With over 25 years experience in plumbing high-end homes. We decided to focus exclusively on installation of hot water heaters.

Water heating technology continues to improve and we continue to learn and maintain our expert status by installing and working with A.O. Smith. From hybrid/heat pump hot water heaters, tankless, tank style, power vented water heaters. We are experienced in installations in multi-million dollar homes, condos, and commercial applications.


Call us today for an A.O. Smith water heater at 561-602-9062




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Authorized Rheem Dealer in Palm Beach County, Florida - Water Heating Experts

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Authorized Rheem Dealer in Palm Beach County, Florida - Water Heating Experts

Water Heating Experts is a licensed and insured plumbing company in the state of Florida. We are an authorized Rheem Dealer for Rheem Water Heaters.

Water Heating Experts LLC is owned by Eric Strand, who is a master plumber. Eric decided to focus solely on water heater installation and service. This focus allows us to professionally install your hot water heater quickly, cleanly and up to or above current building code requirements.

We install many Rheem hot water heaters and we install the Rheem professional models. These models are superior to the big box home store models. The home store models may use cheaper materials and plastic components.

Call us today at 561-602-9062 or text us a photo of your current hot water heater (the installation, and the label on the heater) and we will be happy to quote your water heater replacement over the phone. No pushy sales people, just an honest price, and a professional job.





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Working Hot Water Heater But Still Not Enough Hot Water, We Have Solution.

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GPM Turn On: 0.3 GPM Max Volume: 8 GPM @ 60psi Max Outlet Temp: 140°F Max Operating Pressure: 150 psiMany water heaters are working fine but they are undersized for the home usage. There is an innovative solution from Eemax that combines a small tankless hot water heater to your current hot water heater.

This booster can turn a 50-gallon water heater into the equivalent of an 80-gallon tank. The Eemax AutoBooster adds up to 45% capacity to water heater tanks. The Autobooster can be added to your electric hot water heater without any other wiring. The tank does work with gas hot water heaters, but you will need some additional wiring for the tankless booster.

Call Water Heating Experts in Palm Beach County if you need to boost your current hot water heater or if you need a new hot water heater. We are licensed plumbers who specialize in hot water heaters.

Call Eric at 561-602-9062

For more information on the Eemax Autobooster read below and there is a short video explanation.



Features of the Eemax AutoBooster

Vacation Mode: Works with electric tanks to shut down the tank when away on vacation
Eco Mode: Works with electric tanks to conserve energy by turning the tank on an off on a set schedule
Activation Temperature: Set inlet temperature at which the AutoBooster™ activates
Freeze Protect: Works with electric tanks to automatically power on the tank if the AutoBooster™ inlet thermistor senses that the tank outlet has dropped below 60°F
Max Temperature: Set the maximum temperature that the AutoBooster™ will heat up to
Low lead certified to ANSI/NSF 372 by WQA
ETL listed to UL 499/CSA

Electrical
Power: 7.2kW
Volts: 240 VAC
Phase: Single
Amperage: 30
Required Wire: 10 Gauge Copper Wire
Required Breaker: 1 x 30 Double Pole

Performance Specification
GPM Turn On: 0.3 GPM
Max Volume: 8 GPM @ 60psi
Max Outlet Temp: 140°F
Max Operating Pressure: 150 psi




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Hybrid Hot Water Heater Versus Tankless

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Hybrid Hot Water Heater Versus Tankless



Tankless hot water heaters have been the choice of energy conscious consumers over the past 15 years. The new trend is hybrid hot water heaters that combine tankless technology with a tank. Which is better? I'm vote Hybrid/Heat pump style hot water heaters, especially in warm humid climates. Update: FPL weighs in on the issue and the Heat Pump Hybrid wins with them as well, read more here.

The tankless hot hot water heater is only on when there is a demand for hot water. This saves money over the traditional tank style heater. The old tank style can lose energy from heat loss because the hot water is stored. The disadvantage is that many tankless heaters may need to be installed near the point of use. If a whole house tankless is used, then you have issues with having to run the water to drain the water in the line before you get to the hot water. You can install a recirculating pump to eliminate this lag. However that requires and electric pump and possibly a tank. The tank is what we were trying to avoid with this installation. Another disadvantage is flow rate, many tankless hot water heaters have low flow rates and the tankless heaters with high flow rates that can handle a whole house tend to be very expensive.

The hybrid heat pump hot water heater use electricity to move heat from one place to another instead of generating heat directly. Therefore, they can be two to three times more energy efficient than conventional electric resistance water heaters. To move the heat, heat pumps work like a refrigerator in reverse.

Heat pump water heaters require installation in locations that remain in the 40º–90ºF (4.4º–32.2ºC) range year-round and provide at least 1,000 cubic feet (28.3 cubic meters) of air space around the water heater. Cool exhaust air can be exhausted to the room or outdoors. Install them in a space with excess heat, such as a laundry room or a garage. The heat pump also dehumidifies the space where it is installed.

The energy costs of a hybrid hot water heater are slightly lower or equal to the tankless style heaters.

If you live in a warm climate, the clear winner is the Hybrid Hot Water Heater (Heat Pump), if you live in a colder climate the tankless would be a great option.

Hybrid Hot Water Heater
1. Low Energy Costs - 80 Gallon Hybrid Est. Costs $151 vs. Traditional $555+ Yearly
2. Cools Your Garage or other installation space, while the Heater is running.
3. Dehumidifies the installation space
4. Has a large tank that can easily fill large roman tubs
5. Wifi Connected
6. Vacation Modes
7. Leak Alerts

Call us 561-869-4497 if you are in Palm Beach, Martin, or St. Lucie County in Florida, and we will be happy to consult with you on your hot water heating needs.



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