4 Types Of Advanced Water Heaters For The Modern Gen
Winter is here, and so is the need for daily hot water baths.
Having a hot water bath on a winter morning is a need, but it can a pleasurable experience too. For that, you need water that is heated to just the right degree of hotness- not too hot, not lukewarm. Needless to say, the happiness that such a bath gives can really make your day!
So, if your old heater isn’t doing its job well, and you are missing out on the joy of bathing—when you need it the most!—look for these latest type of water heaters while buying a new one.
Instant Electric Water Heater
Such water heaters are designed to provide up to 5 litres of hot water very quickly, as the name suggests. Because of which, these type of heaters are ideal for bachelors and couples, and they are popular among this set of buyers as well. You can find a state-of-the-art Kenstar water heater from this category on our website.
Storage Electric Geyser
For families with more members, storage water heaters suit the best. With a capacity of up to 100 litres, they can heat large quantity of water and make it available for multiple people, without the need of re-heating again and again. Kenstar offers 7 cutting-edge water heaters of this type that you will certainly like. You can explore the range on the website.
Compressed Gas Water Heater
Contrary to the above two types, these water heaters make use of either piped natural gas (PNG) or liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) to heat water. A notable thing about such heaters is that most of them have lesser storage capacity and are designed to heat water instantly. Also, they are comparatively more cost-effective than electric water heaters. Kenstar is set to launch a gas water heater soon.
Solar Water Heater
Solar water heaters have gained quite some popularity over the decade. And why not? After all, they help to bring down electricity costs. However, a downside of using solar water heaters is that they need good amount of sunlight to heat water, which makes them of no use during cloudy days. Also, they aren’t a very good option for apartment buildings, because the common storage may lead to hot water availability issues.
So, while looking for a geyser for sale, consider your requirements and see which one of these suits you best.
Happy hot-water-winter-baths to you.