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Changing Trends for Water Heater Installers

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According to Global Market Insights, it’s anticipated that there will be over 150 million annual water heater installations completed by 2030. This means that water heater installers are going to be quite busy. In addition to the number of installations increasing, there are also changes that will affect these installers. Here are some of the changing trends for individuals who install water heaters.

Increased Tank Sizes for Water Heaters

One of the ways that the water heater industry is changing is that more people are looking to purchase larger sizes of water heaters for their homes. Larger water heaters are able to be more efficient for households than ever before. According to ConsumerReports, hot water heaters that can hold 55 gallons or more can have efficiency gains by as much as 25% to 50% depending on the technology used. Be sure to consult with your water heater installer to learn about the technology they choose to use for their tanks and how much energy they consume to function optimally.

Tankless Water Heaters

Another big change that is taking place in the water heater industry is that more people are opting for tankless water heaters. They’re able to quickly provide hot water to your shower and faucets without having to store any water. Tankless water heaters are more energy-efficient than traditional heaters and are typically powered with electricity or gas. Consult with your professional contractor to learn more about the benefits of switching over to tankless water heaters and to learn about the installation process.

Government Involvement

The final major change that is taking place in the water heater industry is more government involvement and oversight. More cities or counties are requiring permits and inspections when installing water heaters. Those in the water heater industry need to stay on top of government regulation changes, so you can trust that when you work with your local water heater installation professional they will be taking every action to ensure that the process is following the required guidelines.

The world is changing, and as it does many industries have to evolve and change as well. The water heating industry is no different. As such, water heater installers may experience changes in their day-to-day operations as these changes are made. If you want a water heater installed, let NJ Pipe Doctor help you. Reach out to us today to schedule an appointment.

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