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Tips To Improve Water Heater Energy Efficiency

Jim Connors from Rheem explains the top tips to improve water heater energy efficiency.

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  1. How to Adjust Your Water Heater to Save Energy


    Learn how to adjust your water heater to save money.

  2. How to Maintain Your Electric Water Heater

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    Jim Connors from Rheem provides tips on how to maintain a electric water heater .

  3. How to Maintain Your Gas Water Heater

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    Jim Connors from Rheem provides tips on how to maintain a gas water heater .

  4. How to Dispose of a Water Heater


    The Family Handyman editor, Jeff Gorton, will show you how remove and dispose of a water heater . He will show you an easy way to carry a water heater out of your home, even if you are working alone.

  1. The Pros and Cons of Tankless Water Heaters

    Tankless water heaters can save energy, but at a higher initial cost and they serve hot water one faucet at a time—so someone gets a cold shower if multiple showers are running.

  2. How to Adjust Hot Water Heater Temperature

    Learn a surefire method for finding the right setting on the hot water heater dial—cool enough to avoid accidental burns, but hot enough for a long, relaxing bath or shower .

  3. How to Regulate the Hot Water Heater

    Control the hot water temperature at faucets and showers that don't have anti-scald valves by installing either a mixing valve or a point-of-use tempering valve.

  4. Replacing a Water Heater

    When your water heater begins to leak, you have to replace it fast. We'll show you how to install your own gas water heater in less than a day. Even if you don't need a new water heater right now, chances are you will within the next few years. Water heaters tend to last seven to 15 years. If yours is getting old, this article is also for you. Replacing a water heater isn't difficult if you're handy with basic tools and have a bit of experience soldering copper.

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