ECOSMART US® is a privately owned manufacturer of green energy technology based out of Waterbury, Connecticut. ECOSMART’s Mission is to produce and distribute quality green energy products that are practically efficient and economical to consumers. ECOSMART’S main focus and product development is in the area of water heating.Visit company showcase »
Well before you begin thinking about turning on the heater, here are some tips to save energy this fall.
Many are saving money and space by switching to highly efficient, compact, electric tankless water heaters.
The ease of installation and low cost of electric tankless water heaters make the availability of endless hot water a reality in most any place you enjoy. This white paper identifies a few scenarios that would benefit from the convenience of hot water, and provides information to help you find the right size water heater.
When a hot water faucet is turned on we expect endless hot water, especially in the shower. But we have all experienced the not-so-hot shower caused by other demands for hot water in the home.
Most families living in a large, single-family home experience a shortage of hot water when a high demand is present. An electric tankless water heater might be the perfect solution.
Tankless water heaters have come a long way, capable of suppling your entire home with hot water. However, if you purchase a gas model you need to provide a source of fresh air to your gas unit for combustion and an exhaust route for the carbon monoxide produced.
Doing your part to help Mother Nature while reducing two of your biggest monthly costs – energy and food – provides instant gratification. Consider some of these ways to go green this summer.
While bathrooms don’t require facelifts as often as some Hollywood celebs, chances are if you have not changed anything in your bathrooms except the towels in the past 20 years, you should consider a fresh look.
We expect it to be there at the turn of the faucet; when it isn’t, it can be frustrating to say the least. A small point-of-use, tankless water heater might be the right solution for you. This white paper explores one way to boost the output of your hot water system.
Here are some applications where a point-of-use tankless water heater is a perfect solution.
Earth Day is an annual reminder how our environment can be improved by collectively doing things to reduce pollution. Here are a few easy things to consider.
Under NAECA efficiency regulations when into effect in April 2016, it can be difficult to replace or install a large capacity electric tank water heater.
At the 2016 AHR Expo, 60,000 industry professionals and nearly 2,000 exhibitors reviewed the latest and best products in the heating, air conditioning, ventilation and refrigeration industry.
When adding to your property, you may run into issues like building restrictions or design flaws. A well designed water system can help save money during construction and use energy efficiently.
Homeowners are realizing the benefits of tankless water heaters. This white paper looks at a few scenarios where tankless water heaters can be used to provide the hot water in your home or boost the energy efficiency of an existing water heater.
Most people in the U.S. don’t pay attention to their old-fashioned water heaters even though they can have expensive costs. For the most part it is easier to just ignore the water heater and not worry until it breaks down and needs constant repairs.
Selection the right tankless water heater that fits your needs is easy: determine your inlet water temperature, determine your gallons-per-minute (GPM), and determine the electrical requirements.
EcoSmart's tankless water heaters offer some major advantages over traditional tank water heaters. Tankless water heaters save energy and money, require less space, and eliminate the risk of costly flooding and damage. Check out the video to see how these water heaters work.
Heating household water is the second largest utility expense of an average home, so it is important to implement ways to reduce monthly water heating costs without sacrificing comfort. Efficiency, comfort and energy savings can be realized by complementing your existing tank water heater with a tankless, electric point-of-use (POU) water heater.
Under the new regulations that took effect April 16, 2015, water-heating options for contractors of new and existing homes will vary dramatically.