Tankless Water Heaters
Tankless water heaters save big! Sometimes referred to as “on-demand water heaters,” tankless water heaters can save you hundreds of dollars over the course of a year when compared to what you normally pay for water. This type of water heater provides hot water only when you need it. This is dramatically different from a traditional water tank, which stores water in a tank that must be constantly heated to be ready when you need it. Tankless water heaters can use electricity, gas, or propane as a source of heat.
Enjoy Long-term Savings
You should notice almost immediate savings when you go tankless. Your biggest savings come from no longer having to have water “on standby” for when you need to use it. According to estimates by the U.S. Department of Energy, you can save anywhere from 15 to 20 percent on your water heating bill. Units are available that are large enough to supply hot water to an entire home. These units can be centrally located to provide hot water as required.
Tankless Water Heater Installation
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Tankless water heaters can easily be located in a closet or neatly under a sink where hot water is used. Some homeowners prefer to use a tankless water heater as a supplement to a home’s regular water heater. It all depends on how much hot water you typically use. If you choose to replace your existing water tank, the process of installing a tankless water heater system usually takes the better part of a day. This includes removing your existing tank and setting up the new system. Our technicians will stay to answer your questions and show you how to fully enjoy your new tankless water heater.
A tankless water heater can be a great way to save money either as a complete replacement to your existing water heater or as a supplement to your water heater if you have a large family with extensive hot-water needs. Give us a call, and we’ll evaluate the efficiency of your current water heater and make recommendations on how to effectively heat the water you need for your home or business.