Spring is approaching and it is time for you to begin your to-do list around your home. With increasing costs of energy, projects that improve your energy efficiency and save you money, are no doubt at the top of your list. One of the most cost effective projects that start saving you money from day one is installing a tankless water heater. 

Understanding Tankless Water Heaters

Tankless water heaters supplement or replace traditional water heaters by supplying you with hot water to your faucets. Instead of heating 40 to 50 gallons of water throughout the day, tankless water heaters heat water once the faucets are in use. This process reduces energy consumption each day for your entire household. 

There are two types of water heaters: point of use and whole house tankless water heaters. With a point of use tankless water heater, only the faucet with the attached point of use tankless water heater will receive hot water from the unit. 

Whole house tankless water heaters exist to replace your existing water heater. You can choose to have an electric or gas water heater. Unless, you want to replace your existing connections, gas or electric, it is cost-effective to continue using the energy you use now.

Tankless Water Heaters Have Staying Power

The benefits of switching to a more efficient unit go beyond saving money on your water bill and energy consumption. These units also last much longer than a traditional water heater. Some experts estimate your tankless water heater last 10 years longer than your traditional water heater.

Tankless Units Save Space

One of the main drawbacks to having a traditional water heater is loss of space. From the bulky water heater to the table it rests on, you are losing valuable square footage in your home. Whether you have it in a closet or in your garage, there are many other ways you could use that space. You do not have to compromise, instead, you can switch to a tankless water heater and use the space as an actual closet or a server room.

By hiring us to install your water heater, you may be able to extend the life of your water heater. Our water heater specialists have experience and knowledge about industry best practices that will help reduce how hard your system works, prevent dirt and debris from clogging it, and increase your chances of getting the most output without increasing energy consumption. When you are ready to go tankless this summer, give us a call and we will be happy to assist you with installing your new water heater.

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