Why Tankless Water Heaters?
Tankless water heaters are becoming much more commonplace than they used to be. The idea of endless hot water on demand is an attractive thought when it comes to taking a shower, performing household chores or both. But why else should you consider installing a tankless water heater?
Here are seven great reasons to consider installing a tankless water heater today.
1. Save Money
Next to having endless hot water on demand, saving money is probably the second biggest reason to install a tankless water heating unit. If you go to the Energy.gov website, it shows a tankless water heater being anywhere from 24-34 percent more efficient than a conventional water heater depending on the size. Additionally, you won't have to pay to heat the water in your water heater tank 24/7, which will save you more money. And the life expectancy of a tankless water heater is approximately 20 years, giving you even more savings because you are not having to replace your water heater every 6-10 years.
With a tankless water heater you no longer have to schedule when you will do your laundry or run your dishwasher, etc. and how long you will have to wait after that to take a shower.
3. Safe, Clean Water
A tankless water heater will provide you and your family with the cleanest water possible versus water that has been sitting in a tank that over the years has accumulated, calcium, lime and rust.
4. Save Space
Tankless water heaters are very small and take up very little space. Therefore, by replacing your traditional water heater you will free up more space in your home or garage.
5. Go Green
By installing a tankless water heater you are doing your part when it comes to the environment because these units use less energy and you won't be dumping an old rusted tank into the landfill every 6-10 years or so.
6. Better Warranties
Traditional water heaters usually only offer up to a six year warranty. Whereas tankless water heater warranties are generally 15 years, depending on the manufacturer.
7. Avoid Flooding Issues
With a tankless water heater, there isn't a tank that could leak; therefore, you won't risk flooding your home or garage and ruining your belongings.
If you would like more information about installing a tankless water heater, please contact us today and we'll provide you with a no cost, no obligation quote and answer any questions you might have.
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