Traditional water heaters waste energy by continually heating and re-heating water you aren’t using. All day and night your traditional tank style water heater burns energy to keep hot water ready and available when you want it. Heating water accounts for up to 30% of the average home’s energy budget – a tankless water heater will save on these expenses.
There’s no more heating water for hours on end, whether you’re using it or not. When you turn the hot water handle, cold water travels through a pipe heated by a gas burner or an electric element that “flash” heats the water instantaneously. That’s why tankless water heaters are called “On Demand” or “Instantaneous” water heaters.
No more cold showers because the tank is depleted of hot water. Tankless water heaters can handle simultaneous hot water needs, like baths plus the dishwasher plus the washing machine all at the same time. For large capacity needs, you may need two tankless heaters connected in parallel to satisfy extraordinary demands. You’ll still be saving energy because when the hot water’s not being used, the heaters aren’t active.
The size and type of tankless water heater you need depends on your home and family’s hot water needs. Our experts will ask you about your hot water usage. We’ll factor in the number of hot water faucets, your appliances, your usage patterns, even the types of shower heads you use. We’ll recommend the perfect tankless water heater for your home and family. We’ll also tell you your approximate energy savings with the new tankless water heater.