Arizona-Based Cummings Plumbing Shares Insights on Hot Water Supply Systems for Homeowners

TUCSON, AZ / ACCESSWIRE / March 26, 2021 / Cummings Plumbing was recently featured in an article published in Augusta Free Press. In the article, the plumbing and HVAC company shared its expertise on hot water supply systems. Specifically, the article was about whether homeowners should choose a tank or a tankless hot water system for their home.

Cummings Plumbing Heating and Cooling of Tucson, Arizona is one of the leading plumbing and HVAC companies in the United States. They are experts in everything from plumbing and electrical installations to repairing water heaters and repairing trenchless pipes.

The article shares the main differences between water heaters and water heaters without a tank. Tank water heaters are physical tanks that provide households with either electricity or fuel with hot water. They claimed that natural gas tanks were the most popular of the fuel-powered tanks; However, oil heaters are also popular in certain parts of the United States.

Cummings Plumbing also described instantaneous water heaters and how they heat water “on the fly”, as opposed to storing hot water in a tank as is the case with instantaneous water heaters. Instantaneous water heater systems heat the water by creating cold water that flows over a heating element such as a coil tube that instantly heats it.

The next part of the article is a comparison of tank and tankless heaters, listing some advantages and disadvantages of each. For example, tankless systems are often ideal for smaller homes or people with limited space as they do not require a bulky tank to operate. Furthermore, tankless water heaters are typically more reliable than water heaters because “the water supply through the heating element is constant”. However, one advantage of hot water storage systems is that they have higher flow rates than tankless systems.

Cost is another major concern that is addressed in the article. Tankless water systems are often more expensive upfront, but tend to last longer and are more energy efficient in the long run, which can save you money. Regardless of how you lean, Cummings Plumbing Heating and Cooling always recommends homeowners hire a professional plumber to take a look and get an opinion before making a firm decision.

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The article closes with the question: “Which hot water supply system is right for your home?” Cummings Plumbing responded that while the tankless hot water system is preferred, it ultimately comes down to the existing infrastructure.

“If you’re renovating a house or building a house from scratch, the tankless option may be a better option. However, if you live in a house that already has a tank-based hot water supply system installed, stick with the existing system probably the best option, “shared Cummings Plumbing.

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Cummings Plumbing Heating and Cooling is a plumbing and HVAC company based in Tucson, Arizona. They offer a variety of services including air conditioning repair, plumbing, electrical, HVAC, diversion, trenchless pipe repairs, and water heater repair and replacement. They specialize in both residential and commercial plumbing, heating and cooling systems and have been in business since 1983. They currently offer their services in Tucson, Arizona and the surrounding areas.

Contact information:
Cummings plumbing heating and cooling
5141 N Casa Grande Hwy
Tucson, Arizona 85743
T: 520-333-2121

SOURCE: Cummings Plumbing Heating and Cooling

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