If you are a person who is interested in saving money and preserving the planet, you must install tankless water heaters. Unlike traditional water heaters, they provide a continuous supply of hot water and consumes less energy. If they are well-maintained, they can last for over 20 years. According to the recent research reports, If you’re using 41 gallons or less of hot water daily, a tankless hot water heater can be 24%-34% more energy-efficient than storage tank water heaters. If you use more hot water (like 86 gallons a day), they can be 8%-14% more energy efficient. Plus, life expectancy is typically more than 20 years with a tankless water heater. Here we’ve listed a few advantages of installing tankless water heaters.
With a tankless water heater, you don’t have to wait for the tank to be filled. This appliance heats the water as it’s delivered at the point of use.
A tankless water heater is energy-efficient because it has no tank full of water to remain heated all day long. It also means less energy bills.
With proper maintenance, the tankless water heater can last for more than 20 years. You don’t have to replace it often, and they don’t suffer from cracks and leaks often.
Tankless water heaters are compact and have smaller dimensions. They do not take up more space and going tankless means you'll need less room to house your appliance.
A conventional water heater keeps a ready supply of hot water on hand for immediate use. But, the water sits around when not in use, the heater will dissipate and will need to reheat it again. This consumes more energy, and costs you extra money on your energy bill.
Tankless water heaters are clean. Rust and scale accumulation is not possible.
Since the tankless water heater last longer, manufacturers can afford to offer a longer warranty.
According to the recent research reports, the average household in the United States uses around 60 gallons of hot water per day. A report by the U.S. Department of Energy found that tankless water heaters can use up to 50% LESS energy than traditional water heaters.
The biggest flaw with conventional water heaters is leakage. These water leaks can seriously damage your home. With a tankless water heater, there is no leakage and will never leave you a big mess to clean up. Contact our office now to schedule a local plumber for any type of tankless water heater repair, installation or replacement service needs.
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