Hot Water Dispensers: An Upgrade with Immediate Results
Waiting for the kettle to boil when you are in the mood for an excellent cup of tea can be very frustrating. Kettles use a lot of energy and when lime scale or calcium starts to build-up, it takes longer for the kettle to boil water, thereby increasing the amount of energy used.
Your kitchen is one of the areas in your house with the highest water usage and potential for wastage of water. If you do not boil the water that is left in the kettle, but rather fill it up with fresh water, water is wasted. Hot water dispensers are a great alternative to using kettles in a kitchen. You can choose from hot water dispensers that are hooked-up to the water tank or a portable hot water dispenser. Installing a hot water dispenser in your kitchen will provide you with immediate access to hot water, reduced energy bills and a reduction in the wastage of water.
The dispensers do not store hot water but heats filtered water up as it passes through the water dispenser. Hot water dispensers use close to 50 percent less energy than a normal kettle, resulting in savings on your electricity bill. Have you or someone in your family been burnt by boiling water spillage from a kettle? Kettles can be dangerous and if you have young children in the house you need to be extra careful.
Spillage from kettles may cause damage to table tops or working surfaces resulting in additional repair costs. If you are in the process of upgrading your kitchen, do yourself a favor and have a look at the available hot water dispensers on the market. Installing a hot water dispenser will result in immediate access to hot water, reduced energy usage, reduced water waste and improved safety.
For more information about hot water dispensers, contact Sobieski Services. Our goal is to help educate our customers in Delaware, Pennsylvania, Maryland and New Jersey about energy and home comfort issues (specific to HVAC & plumbing systems).
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