Tub/Shower Booster

Tub and shower boosters can be a great way to save on hot water heating, be it in an apartment complex or your home.

In both residential and commercial properties, it is becoming imperative that energy costs are kept to a minimum. There has been a huge shift toward implementing more energy efficient appliances in order to keep utility costs low, and if you’re considering implementing these kinds of technologies in your home or commercial property, it is important to make sure that you consider electric tankless water heaters or tub and shower boosters to improve your hot water heating efficiency.

The cost of hot water
Hot water heating is the second most expensive utility cost within the home, but these expenses can grow if you are running an apartment complex, condos or a hotel. The average household spends about $400 to $600 on water heating every year – a figure that can multiply with more tubs and showers.

In the past, tank hot water heating solutions were most common among residential and commercial facilities. However, with new and more efficient technologies coming out, these solutions are becoming the most costly. Because they need to constantly keep water warm, these heating solutions are constantly using energy. On top of this, they have the shortest life span of all hot water heaters and they take up large amounts of space.

Going tankless
When it comes to heating your hot water, tankless solutions are among the strongest. The right tankless hot water solution can save:

  • Space – Eemax tankless hot water heaters and boosters are 90 percent smaller than tanks
  • Cost – Eemax water heaters can generate energy savings of up to 50 percent depending on how much water you use and last longer than tank water heaters
  • Water – Tankless water heaters warm water on demand, meaning that you don't have to wait for it to heat up

Eemax solutions
When it comes to boosting the performance of your tub or shower, Eemax offers two major solutions.

  • Series Two: This hot water heater is ideal for single shower or tub use in condos or apartments. It can provide 2.5 gallons per minute for showering temperature water and has a capacity of 3 gallons per minute. These heaters make it ideal for booster type applications and its staged heating modules can help it regulate power based on flow rate.
  • Series Three: This Eemax solution is ideal for whole house use and can handle up to two showers at once. Its “Three Heating Module” turn on in stages so only the necessary energy for the flow required is used. It can provide up to 4 gpm of bathing temperature water.

Depending on the unique needs of your home or building, one of these solutions may be more ideal than the other. Talk to a professional today about the ideal tankless water heating solution for your needs.

Hot water heating is the second most expensive utility cost within the home, but these expenses can grow if you are running an apartment complex, condos or a hotel. The average household spends about $400 to $600 on water heating every year – a figure that can multiply with more tubs and showers.

In the past, tank hot water heating solutions were most common among residential and commercial facilities. However, with new and more efficient technologies coming out, these solutions are becoming the most costly. Because they need to constantly keep water warm, these heating solutions are constantly using energy. On top of this, they have the shortest life span of all hot water heaters and they take up large amounts of space.

Depending on flow rate and temperature requirements, a HomeAdvantage II product is recommended for shower applications.

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