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Water heating accounts for up to 24 percent of residential energy use and is the second-largest energy expenditure in most households. Using high-efficiency tankless models could save 290 million gallons of fuel oil a year, 164 million gallons of propane and 6 billion kilowatt-hours of electricity.

Metro Plumbing Company, Llc
(701) 235-7352
8203 45Th St. S.
Fargo, ND

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Above & Beyond, LLC
(701) 578-4708
1940 s broadway #378
Minot, ND
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Remodels, new construction, repairs

Bob Kern & Sons' Plumbing and Home Improvement
819 2nd St N
Fargo, ND

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Superior Plumbing, LLC
(701) 799-7511
709 35th Avenue East
West Fargo, ND
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We specialize in new constuction, remodeling, service work, sump pump replacement/installation, drain and sewer cleaning, water heaters. Free Estimates!
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24 Hours

Woodford Plumbing
(330) 431-2912
1036 E. Exchange St.
Akron, ND
 
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Water heating accounts for up to 24 percent of residential energy use and is the second-largest energy expenditure in most households. Using high-efficiency tankless models could save 290 million gallons of fuel oil a year, 164 million gallons of propane and 6 billion kilowatt-hours of electricity.

Typically the size of a small suitcase, a tankless water heater heats water only when it is needed, rather than heating it and storing it in a tank for future use. Because of its size, it also can be placed close to the point of use "such as a bathroom faucet or shower" so hot water reaches the outlet quickly. As a result, there's no need to let water run until it reaches a desired temperature, which wastes up to 7 gallons of water a day, according to Partnership for Advancing Technology in Housing.

Field evaluations have shown that energy usage can be decreased by 10 to 20 percent, compared to a conventional water heater, says Dana Bres of PATH. This savings would be most dramatic where the hot water is used during short periods each day.

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