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TANKLESS WATER HEATER
Tankless water heaters are water heaters that instantly heat water as it flows through the device, and do not retain any water except for what is in the heat exchanger coil at the time of heating. If your household is currently struggling to keep hot water, this can be a great option for you in exchange for your current, traditional water heater.
Benefits of Tankless Water Heaters
Besides the obvious, which is that you’ll never run out of hot water, tankless water heater several other benefits for you:
Tankless water heaters are more energy efficient than traditional water heaters.
Because tankless water heaters are more energy efficient and better for the environment, they can qualify for federal tax credits, which can help offset the initial installation cost. In addition to this, Energy Star-certified products are more cost effective for you in the long run because of the fact that they are not using as much energy as standard products, leading to money that you can save on your utility bill.
Tankless water heaters take up less space.
If you need to install a water heater in an already cramped space, considering a tankless water heater is a more convenient option for you. With no large tank, installation is easy. Your space will immediately feel more open upon installation, and you’ll be able to move freely throughout the space. Also, knowing you have a tankless water heater means worry-free living because it won’t break down and make a mess like a traditional tank heater can. The horror stories you may have heard about a water heater breaking down in someone’s house won’t be a concern for you, because you’ll have a water heater that doesn’t retain 20 to 100+ gallons of water like a traditional tank heater does.
Tankless water heaters are longer lasting
The average lifespan of a tankless heater is around 20 years, in comparison to a traditional tank heater’s average lifespan of between 8 and 12 years. In addition to this longer lifespan, tankless water heaters can also have longer warranties, offsetting the cost typically associated with going tankless.
The best part of switching over to a tankless water heater is peace of mind that you gain from having endless hot water with no concern of a tank burst lurking when you least expect it.We can take care of the installation for you. You don’t need to worry about what to do with your current water heater — We’ve got you covered. If you’d like to learn more about how you can benefit from a tankless water heater, give us a call today and we’ll be happy to walk you through the process on how it works for you.