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Bigger is better! How adding a storage tank can make a difference

The days are getting shorter, and soon our thoughts will turn to the approaching winter. Hydronic radiant floor heat is the inherently efficient and luxurious way to heat your home. If you are one of the lucky ones to enjoy this great heating solution, gain even more advantages with one call to Mast Heating and Cooling to learn about adding a domestic water storage tank, especially if it is time to replace your traditional water heater.

The hydronic professionals at Mast Heating & Cooling believe it makes sense for all hydronic radiant systems to use dedicated boilers with a domestic water storage tank because of these great benefits:

  • The domestic water storage tank has up to three times the capacity of a traditional water heater  
  • It is well insulated to prevent heat loss  
  • Because it’s made of stainless steel, it will last a very long time
  • The water tank is used for storage only.

Unlike a traditional water heater, a domestic storage tank doesn’t have its own heat source, so it eliminates an appliance to care for. The water in the tank is heated indirectly by the boiler you have in place for your radiant system, which is a much more efficient system in most cases.

Mast sells and installs with precision high-efficiency boilers and storage tanks by NTI. They stand behind their products—backed by 40 years of service and experience.

If you haven’t experienced the luxury of warm floors during the winter, you should talk with the Mast comfort consultants about adding it to your home as part of a remodeling project, or to that new dream home you’re building. While you’re at it, you might just as well add a radiant snow and ice melt system to your driveway and sidewalks! Wouldn’t it be great to get the show shovels and snow blower out of the garage?

Mast Heating & Cooling—your HVAC contractor for Grand Rapids, Holland, and points in between—providing customer service since 1956.

 

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