A Charleston are startup has created the hot water heater of the future, today. HeatWorks is changing the way the world heats water with revolutionary technology from top to bottom.
There is future forward technology throughout the entire Heatworks hot water heater and it starts with the way the water is heated. Traditional hot water heaters use coils or other heating elements that have been found in hot water heaters since storage hot water heaters were invented in the late 1800s. The first tankless hot water heater was introduced in 1929 but they really didn’t gain mainstream popularity in housing until the 1980s. Either way, both storage hot water heaters and tankless hot water heaters were dependent on heating coils or heating gas up in pipes to warm the water. Heatworks, tankless hot water heater, uses their patented Ohmic Array Technology to heat water. This ensures that water is heated endlessly and on demand.
Without heating coils that rust over time, the water that comes out of the Heatworks hot water system is actually cleaner and purer than any other hot water system on the market. Often times we equate the hot water heater to the shower or the laundry, but let us not forget that the hot water that comes out of the faucet in the kitchen is also routed through the hot water system. Thus, with Heatworks Model 3 , you’re actually cooking with cleaner water, right out of the tap.
The patented technology found in the Heatworks Model 3, device also means that the water can be heated with precision. If you want to take showers at 104 degrees than you get just that, and instantly. With all of these features baked in your hot water system becomes 99% energy efficient, saving you measurable amounts of money over time. The Heatworks hot water heater has a much smaller footprint than even traditional tankless water heaters, works silently and requires no maintenance.
The Heatworks mobile app gives you unparalleled control of your hot water system. You can monitor energy usage, water usage each day, week, or month. Does your gas or electric bill look off? You can easily check on the app to see if there is any kind of inefficiency. You can also set your favorite temperature for each shower in your home and you can even set the temperature for your kids’ showers. Speaking of kids, you can regulate the length of your teenager’s shower.
There’s going to be a lot of smart home technology at CES 2018 this year. Make sure you stop by and check out the future of hot water technology with Heatworks in Eureka Park, booth #51940. You can also check them out online at myheatworks.com
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