Heat-pump water heaters offer the most energy savings, but they still struggle for a toehold in the market.
Installing a tank water heater might seem easy, but some of these common mistakes could be life-threatening.
Tankless heaters don't take up much room, and they don't waste energy on hot water you're not using.
With drywall up and trim carpenters and plumbers on site, we take a look at the ground-source heat pump used for quiet, efficient heating and cooling and the Schluter products used in the master bath before the porcelain tile goes down.
Higher efficiencies than electric-resistance heaters will save money, but upfront costs are higher.
Browse some of the best job-site solutions submitted by Fine Homebuilding readers.
The Fine Homebuilding editors discuss the dangers of remodeling a house without informing the local building department.
A little cleaning can help tankless water heaters perform like new
Locating the compressor outdoors and using CO2 as the refrigerant eliminates some of the biggest concerns builders have with typical hybrid water heaters have.
Mastered in a Minute: Consider codes and appliance requirements when installing tankless natural gas and propane water heaters.
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