Tankless hot water heaters are more energy-efficient than traditional tank water heaters and carry less risk of water damage to the home if they ever malfunction. Many homes are switching to tankless for these very reasons.
These units only heat water when a faucet is turned on, meaning that there no longer needs to be a stored supply of hot water throughout the day. This kind of heating unit means you always have hot showers and an endless supply of hot water on demand.
There are so many reasons to love tankless water heaters and why so many people are choosing to replace their traditional tank system.
They take up less space.
Tankless systems require less space than regular ones, so you have more room in the utility closet for other equipment, for example, a water filtration system. Installing a water softening system will help reduce the need for maintenance on your new tankless system by removing lime and other minerals from the water.
They’re more energy efficient.
Finally, a huge advantage of the tankless units is their efficiency in energy. Because they don’t have to keep a large amount of water hot so it can be used immediately, you’ll notice a lower energy bill. Recirculating systems also recycle water that’s already heated so the water heater doesn’t have to use up fuel or power to heat more water, saving substantial energy usage long-term.
They can service every part of the home at once.
Some tankless units are large enough to service every part of the home at once, while others are small enough that they only provide hot water to a single faucet at once. One of our experienced Vossler Plumbing professionals can help you choose the right tankless unit for your home, based on its size and needs.
They can last twice as long as a standard water heater.
A tankless unit can last twice as long as a standard water heater before replacement if maintained properly.
If a tankless unit seems like the right choice for your family, our team is more than happy to install the new model. The models you can choose from will depend on whether your home’s energy source is electricity or natural gas.
Whether it is gas or electric, we have the training and knowledge to conduct the installation process. When the unit is set up, you and your family will enjoy using hot water in any place and at whatever time you need it.
Repair & Replace
Depending on the issue at hand, a technician may need to service your malfunctioning unit. Scale buildup can sometimes cause a system to run less efficiently than usual. Scale that runs to and from the unit can clog the lines, needing repair.
Many of these issues can be solved by conducting a descaling session. A tripped circuit breaker may be responsible for a new unit that’s not generating hot water. However, in other cases, an internal part may also need replacing. Units that are nearing the 20 year mark and having issues likely need to be replaced.
No matter your needs, our certified professionals can help you with it. They can explain to you in detail about how traditional units differ from a tankless one. The different brands and sizes can also be clarified to help you decide what units are appropriate for your home. When you have made your choice, one our esteemed technicians can have the unit you picked properly installed.
Not only are tankless systems convenient, but they offer cost savings and low maintenance needs—reasons why many households have already made this switch. When it is maintained properly, a tankless system can give a family clean hot water for many years. Contact us today and inquire about the different water systems and how we can help you.
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