Save Money, Energy, and Worry With a Tankless Water Heater
Heating and re-heating the water in your home's storage tank can eat up nearly 30 percent of the average household budget. Whether you are renovating your home, or simply replacing the water heater, consider upgrading to a tankless model instead. While tankless water heaters are more expensive up front, they offer many improvements over traditional water heaters and can save a lot of money in the long run.
Tankless Water Heater Benefits
- Energy Efficiency. Tankless water heaters only heat the water as it is needed, rather than constantly re-heating water stored in the tank. The water temperature remains consistent and easily controlled, and you will always have hot water on demand.
- Saving Space. Tankless models are much smaller than traditional water heaters and take up far less room. Most electrically controlled tankless heaters are only the size of a suitcase! Saving Money. Since water is no longer constantly heated, even in standby mode, you could see a savings of up to 70 percent on your utility bills.
- Longer Lifespan. Traditional water heaters last about 10 to 15 years, and are susceptible to corrosion. Tankless models, on the other hand, generally last 20 years or more, and can last much longer with replacement parts and regular maintenance. There is no risk of coming home to a flooded basement when the water heater rusts through.
Tankless water heaters can be either gas powered or electrically controlled. If you live in an area in which the groundwater supply is naturally cold, a gas powered unit will heat the water much faster. Choose a smaller, point-of-use model to run a single faucet or shower, or have a whole house unit installed to run multiple appliances and faucets.
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Our experts can install a new tankless water heater for much less than you might expect, so call us for a free estimate today.