Photo Gallery

Frequently Asked Questions

Please contact us if you cannot find an answer to your question.

What are tankless propane water heaters ?

Propane tankless water heaters are water heating systems that use propane as a fuel source to heat water on demand, without the need for a storage tank. These units are also commonly referred to as on-demand or instantaneous water heaters.

Propane tankless water heaters work by heating water as it flows through the unit’s heat exchanger. When hot water is needed, cold water flows into the unit, where it is heated by a gas burner powered by propane. As a result, the water is heated quickly and efficiently, and there is no need for a storage tank to keep the hot water.

Propane tankless water heaters are typically more energy-efficient than traditional tank-style water heaters because they only heat water when it is needed, rather than constantly maintaining a tank of hot water. They also take up less space and can be mounted on a wall, freeing up floor space in the home.

Overall, propane tankless water heaters can be an excellent option for homeowners looking to save energy, space, and money on their hot water heating bills.

What is alternative recycled pellet heating ?

Pellet heating can be a beneficial choice for several reasons. Here are some benefits of pellet heating:


  1. Cost-effective: Pellet fuel is often cheaper than other fuel sources, such as propane or oil, which can save you money on your heating bills.
  2. Efficient: Pellet stoves and boilers are highly efficient, with some models having efficiency ratings of over 90%. This means that most of the heat generated by the pellets is used to heat your home, rather than being lost through the chimney.
  3. Clean-burning: Pellets are a renewable resource made from compressed sawdust and other wood waste, making them a clean-burning fuel source. This means that they produce fewer emissions than fossil fuels, which is better for the environment.
  4. Easy to use: Pellet stoves and boilers are easy to use, with many models featuring automatic ignition and temperature control. Pellet fuel is also easier to store and transport than other fuels, such as firewood.
  5. Versatile: Pellet stoves and boilers can be used to heat homes, as well as commercial and industrial buildings. They can also be used to supplement existing heating systems, such as electric or gas furnaces.
  6. Dependable: Pellet heating systems are highly reliable, with minimal maintenance required.
Solar water heating systems

A solar water heater is a type of water heating system that uses energy from the sun to heat water. Solar water heaters consist of a solar collector, which absorbs the energy from the sun and transfers it to a fluid, typically water or a mixture of water and antifreeze. The heated fluid then circulates through a heat exchanger, where it transfers its heat to the water used for domestic purposes.

There are two main types of solar water heaters: active and passive. Active solar water heaters use a pump to circulate the fluid through the system, while passive solar water heaters rely on natural convection to move the fluid.

Solar water heaters are an environmentally friendly and cost-effective way to heat water. They can significantly reduce energy costs and carbon emissions associated with hot water production. Additionally, solar water heaters are often eligible for tax credits and other incentives, which can help offset their initial cost.

However, solar water heaters do have some limitations. They require adequate sunlight and are less efficient in areas with low levels of sun exposure. They also typically require a larger initial investment than traditional water heaters, and their installation may require modifications to the home’s plumbing system.