Did you know that your water is heater is one of the top five highest energy using appliances in your home? Tank water heaters consume a lot of that energy keeping the water hot when you’re not using it, wasting hundreds of dollars each year. The alternative: a tankless hot water heater.
While traditional tank water heaters are still the norm in most homes and businesses, tankless water heaters are becoming increasingly more popular as people become aware of the energy and cost savings advantages. The concept of the tankless unit is simple: the unit heats the water only when you need it, saving you money in conserved energy by not heating and storing water you don’t need.
Though the initial cost of a tankless water heater is slightly higher than the tank version, the energy saving costs quickly makes up for the price differential. There are a number of advantages to a tankless water heater, including:
Save space – tankless hot water heaters take up significantly less room than traditional water heaters. Mount on a wall or install outdoors or indoors.
Enjoy continuous hot water – great for families, there is no more compromising on hot water usage.
Saves Money – You save money by only heating the water when you need it. This can cut your costs by up to 30% per year!
Lasts Longer – Most tankless units have 10-15 year warranties and can last up to 20 years before replacement. Tank units typically have a 6-year warranty and only last 8-10 years.
Space Savings – Tankless units can be placed almost anywhere in the house. They are hung on the wall, either inside or outside of the house.
Cleaner Water – Traditional water heaters can build up rust and scale inside their tank. With tankless water heaters you will experience fresher, cleaner water.