Upgrading to a tankless water heater has a lot of benefits for your household, including long-term energy & cost efficiency. Continue reading to learn why we recommend tankless water heaters.
Built to Last
Though they may have a higher cost initially than a standard heater, tankless water heaters more than make up for it with their longevity and operating cost. Their simple design, energy efficiency, and component parts make them one of the longest lasting style of water heater. You can expect a tankless heater to last many years, especially with easy, repairable parts. Properly maintaining your water heater could prolong its lifespan even longer.
These heaters are more energy efficient than standard tanks by providing hot water only as needed. When the hot water tap is turned on, cold water flows through the unit to heat it, and a steady supply of hot water comes through. This process prevents unnecessary heat loss that many standard water heaters experience.
With the process of heating water on-demand, you won’t experience a loss of hot water like you may with standard heaters – you can tap into continuous hot water for as long as you need! However, if you have a full household or several appliances demanding a lot of hot water usage simultaneously, then it may be beneficial to install a secondary tankless water heater that can help with steady output flow.
Tankless water heaters can conserve more energy than standard tank models and simultaneously service every high-demand point in your home, such as the bathroom, kitchen and laundry room.
Lower Utility Bills
Gas tankless water heaters use less energy and experience less heat loss than standard tank water heaters. The average household could save hundreds of dollars every year by converting to a gas tankless unit.
If you’re ready to upgrade your water heater, contact our office at: 972-446-2500