Do the faucets in your home take a while to produce hot water? If so, you could benefit from a hot water recirculating pump. A hot water recirculating system can help you to save plenty of time and resources by providing instant and efficient water heating.
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How Do Hot Water Recirculating Pumps Work?
If you have a typical hot water heater, you likely experience cold or lukewarm water whenever you turn on a hot water faucet. This occurs because the hot water that has remained in the pipes since you last used hot water has cooled, and you may have to wait up to several minutes to get hot water from the water heater.
Unless you collect the cool water, a great deal of it goes to waste. That’s where a hot water recirculating pump comes in. It eliminates this delay with a continuous loop that slowly and constantly circulates the water in the hot water pipes back into the water heater for reheating.
As a result, you have warm water in the pipes when you open a hot water faucet or turn on the shower. This way, you eliminate water waste and time spent waiting for water to get to your desired temperature.
Hot water recirculating pumps come in various types, and the best kind of system for your property depends on a few factors. Our trustworthy technicians can explain the different types of hot water recirculating pump systems and help you select the best equipment for your home.
Why Get a Hot Water Recirculating Pump?
While the most obvious benefit of installing a hot water recirculating pump is to provide access to virtually instant hot water from your home’s faucets, you’ll also be saving a lot of water. The amount of savings depends on several factors—for example, the distance between your water heater and faucets and the size of your pipes.
If your hot water travels a long way to reach the tap, you’ll realize higher savings than if the water heater and faucets were closer to each other. Similarly, a pipe with a larger diameter carries much more water than its narrower counterpart. So, you’ll see more significant savings from installing a recirculating pump if you have wider pipes.
A properly designed and installed hot water recirculation system will:
- Save time and energy costs
- Minimize the frustration of waiting for hot water
- Reduce water waste
Not sure whether a hot water recirculating pump is right for you? We rely on our decades of experience to guarantee informed recommendations. You can count on us for the expert advice you need to make the right decision for your property.
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Hot Water Recirculating System Installation in the Greater Phoenix Area
If you’re considering adding a hot water recirculating system to your home, look no further than Water Heaters Only, Inc. We can assess your home’s plumbing system and help you determine if a hot water recirculating pump is a worthwhile investment for your property.
With over 1.2 million water heaters serviced and counting since 1968, we have the experience and knowledge to provide the exemplary service you deserve. If you’re having issues with your current system, we offer prompt, professional, and transparent service.
Feel free to contact us for same-day service at no additional charge on evenings, weekends, or holidays.