Over the past several years there have been quite a few changes to how water heaters are designed and installed. New water heaters have more insulation and different code requirements. All water heater manufacturers now require thermal expansion tanks to be installed, while some local municipalities also require pressure-reducing valves.
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How Water Heaters Work
Tank water heaters can be powered by either gas, propane, or electricity. A tank-type heater heats up the water flowing through the heat-exchange coils and keeps the heat insulated so the water remains hot. On the top of the tank, are the supply and delivery pipes. The supply pipe guides cold water through the dip tube to the bottom of the tank and the delivery tubes take the hot water to the top of the tank; which then can be used.
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