What Is the Difference Between a Boiler and Water Heater?
You may hear these terms discussed together, but boilers and water heaters serve different purposes. Here’s what to remember when you’re shopping for a boiler vs. hot water heater:
Boilers: Use electricity, oil, natural gas, or propane to bring water to near-boiling temperatures for indoor space heating.
Water Heaters: Use electricity or gas to heat coils that warm up cold water to the desired temperature for cooking and cleaning.
There are several types of each, and which water heater or boiler is right for you will depend on your specific property and your individual requirements. Please contact us if you’d like more information about our products.