Investing in the right electric water heater can help businesses reduce operational expense and energy consumption. However, with different businesses having their own unique requirements in terms of hot water usage, not to mention premises differing in relation to the type of work being undertaken, there isn’t a ‘one size fits all’ option.
Choosing the right water heater for your business may not be at the top of your ‘to do’ list, especially when there’s paperwork to do, calls to make and all the other day-to-day everyday tasks. However, did you know that fitting the right electric water heaters for your business offers a range of long-term benefits?
Our previous blog has already outlined the health and safety advantages as the country emerges from lockdown; but from a business perspective, an electric water heater can reduce energy bills, cut costs and improve energy efficiency. Of course, every company’s needs will vary, depending upon the size of premises and the number of employees, as well as how much hot water will be required throughout a typical working day.
Whatever option you choose, all modern electric water heaters remain exceptionally energy efficient. They can be easily fitted over (or beneath) a sink or basin to provide suitable handwashing facilities to keep you and your staff hygienic and clean. The options available include wall mounted point of use, instantaneous, and electric storage water heaters. Whatever model(s) you choose, each offers a unique range of benefits in a selection of capacities, providing ample hot water to a host of different business environments. There are even models that learn and memorise user habits! Click here for a more in-depth analysis of the different electric water heaters available and discover which is best suited for your business.
However, you don’t have to stick to just one kind of electric water heater. Depending on the type of business you run, it may be more beneficial to utilise different models; for example, if running a restaurant, the kitchen area could utilise a storage water heater (such as our Pro1 Eco) to cope with high levels of usage, whereas smaller areas with less water demand, such as washrooms, could be fitted with instantaneous water heaters (like our Aures Slim Multi, for example). Similarly, an office could have a small electric water heater (such as Andris Lux and Andris Lux Eco) under its kitchen sink, while a larger capacity electric storage water heater supplies any shower and washrooms.
If you’re interested in updating or improving the electric water heaters used by your business, please contact us and our team of water heating experts will be happy to advise you further.