Do you still have that old, hulking monster in your basement that’s clanging, banging, and rattling away all day long? No, we’re not talking about a beast with claws and fangs. We’re actually referring to your old hot water heater. While your current tank heater may get the job done, it’s almost certainly costing you time and money in more ways than you think. So, what’s the solution to defeating this rusty old thing? Investing in new tankless units instead! If you’re interested in modernizing and enhancing your home, upgrading to a tankless water heater just makes sense. Here are just a few reasons to consider a tankless system.
Never Run Out of Hot Water
Tankless heaters have lots of benefits, but the one many homeowners love the most is a practically endless supply of hot water. We’ve all been there: singing in the shower for a little too long when suddenly the concert is cut short by a dismal deluge of cold water. It isn’t just a total bummer for the imaginary audience when you run out of hot water. It also stops you in your tracks anytime you want to wash dishes or run a load of laundry. If you have a gas-fired hot water heater or boiler, running out of hot water can even affect your heating and air conditioning systems. Don’t take the chance or spend any more time worrying about having enough hot water in the tank! Go tankless and see how much better your showers can be.
Have Hot Water On-Demand
Because your tankless system heats the water continuously as it flows, you’ll get to experience the joy of instant hot water every time you turn the dial to “hot,” rather than shivering and scowling while you wait for the shower, bath, or sink to finally become comfortable. It’ll be like visiting a luxury hotel or spa right in your own home every time you reach for the tap.
Save a Big Chunk of Change
Wouldn’t you like to have a water heater that provides instant hot water and contributes to saving you money? Traditional tank water heaters produce hot water, sure, but they also produce something else: high energy bills. Filling up that big tank ends up causing a lot of excess water usage, which you might not even realize until you spot the difference on your water bill. It’s time to start saving!
Eliminate Old Water Heater Woes
Did you know that the average standard hot water heater has a service lifespan of around 15-20 years? Your system may not last not as long as you think, especially if you’ve been living in the same place for a long time. As traditional water heaters start to fail, homeowners end up with many frustrating problems to deal with, from constant leaking to mold and mildew to weird sounds and smells. That means it’s time to call the plumber — again.
While we’re always happy to come out and help you with your water heater, we understand that paying for water heater repairs every few months takes a serious bite out of your paycheck. Tankless systems last longer and are less prone to issues. That means you spend less time and money on repair and maintenance.
Make Your Home Safer
Most home hot water heater tanks contain hundreds of gallons of water, and that water (and steam) emerges from valves at scalding temperatures. If you have children or pets, this can be a serious threat to their safety. Even if you live alone, it’s just common sense to eliminate that kind of danger from your home. The flood risks posed by traditional water heater tanks are also severe. Water damage is no joke — it can affect everything from your home’s foundation to your expensive appliances. With a tankless system, these risks disappear, leaving you without a care in the world!
Free Up Space
That big, ugly water heater in your home takes up a lot of floor space. And while most water heaters are tucked away in basements and laundry rooms, that doesn’t mean you don’t want that space back. Reclaim storage space in your home with a sleek tankless water heater unit, and you’ll notice right away how much precious real estate you wasted on that clunky tank.
Make the Planet Greener
Using less water and reducing your energy usage isn’t just good for your checkbook. It’s also good for the planet. Installing a tankless water heater is a simple and effective way to go green, especially if you also invest in new energy-efficient heating and air conditioning units for your home. We’re all about solutions that help our customers and give back to the planet!
Are you finally ready to switch to the tankless life? Rely on our tankless water heater installation services! Deciding whether to repair or replace your water heater? Our specialists can help you decide which is best for you! Whatever your plumbing crossroads looks like, we’re ready to help. For more information, get in touch with us today!