Proudly serving Columbus, Ohio since 1983
Proudly serving Columbus, Ohio since 1993

If, like many homeowners, high energy prices are giving you cause for concern, talk to your professional service providers at Quality Air Heating and Air Conditioning about ways in which you can reduce energy consumption in your home. There are many minor changes you can make and steps you can take to make your heating and air conditioning equipment and water heaters more efficient. Increased efficiency in your Columbus home leads to increased savings. Take these helpful tips to heart, improve the efficiency with which your water heater operates and watch the savings roll in.

One problem that is unique to storage tank water heaters is the issue of standby energy loss. A tank water heater keeps a reservoir of hot water at the ready, meaning that an insufficiently insulated storage tank will allow some of the heat to be lost during storage. Extra insulation can be purchased in the form of precut jackets.

If you use a gas water heater you can also lower the temperature that the water heater maintains. With certain types of water heaters lowering the temperature can cause some health concerns, so be sure to read the literature you have regarding your specific model. Any questions about this measure can also be directed to a water heater professional at your local service provider.

By far the best way that you can maintain the highly efficient operation of your water heater is to schedule regular, professional maintenance service with a qualified water heater technician. If you have not scheduled maintenance in the past year you may be surprised to see how much of a difference this service can make. It is also the best way to reduce the likelihood that you will have to schedule repair services for your water heater.

To learn more about how to make the water heater in your Columbus home more efficient call Quality Air Heating and Air Conditioning. We have all the information you need to increase efficiency. Let us help you lower your energy costs.