At Clean Earth Restorations, we like to pass along information that helps our clients. Here are some articles that will interest San Diego property management companies and homeowners alike. On April 15th, new federal standards went into effect regarding the energy efficiency of water heaters. These standards affect not only your choices in the replacement of your current water heaters, but also the space that they require. For heaters with extra space around them, this may not be an issue. For properties requiring space modifications to accommodate the larger sizes of the new heaters, this could mean a major investment.
The following 3 articles give ample details and bring up viable choices and strategies for planning your present and future changes to your water heaters.
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ConsumerReports.org gives a recent and brief overview of the standards and how they affect the average consumer in the article “Read This Before Replacing Your Water Heater”:
PropertyManagementInsider.com published “The Big Changes Coming to Water Heater Standards” in December 2014:
ContractorMag.com covered the predicted effects of the new standards back in 2013 in their article entitled “New Efficiency Standards for Residential Water Heaters are on the Horizon”:
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