Tankless Water Heater Installs in Cincinnati
- Bosch Tankless Water Heaters Install
- Takagi Tankless Water Heaters Install
- Navien Tankless Water Heaters Install
- Rinnai Tankless Water Heaters Install
- Noritz Tankless Water Heaters Install
- Eternal Tankless Water Heaters Install
- Rheem Tankless Water Heaters Install
If you’re considering installing a tankless water heater in your Cincinnati home, read here to learn more about the many advantages a tankless water heater can provide.
True, the tankless water heater is more environmentally responsible than the traditional tank style water heater. That’s because it produces hot water on demand instead of having to store gallons and gallons of water in a tank and keep it constantly hot. But besides that, it also produces an endless supply of hot water. So even if you’re not interested in helping the environment, a tankless water heater has other benefits. It takes up less space, saves energy, and lowers your water bill. Plus, if you use the coupon on this page, you can save $200 on installation!
Benefits of Tankless Water Heaters
Endless Hot Water
One of the most tangible benefits of tankless water heaters is their ability to provide endless amounts of hot water. Unlike a traditional water heater that eventually runs out of hot water stored in its tank, tankless heaters heat the water on demand. This makes it great for times when several people need to shower at the same time or you want to run the washing machine and run a bath simultaneously.
Everybody likes to save money and with a tankless water heater, you save up to 40% on energy bills. Because tankless systems are designed to only function when hot water is demanded, when it isn’t being used, it shuts down and uses almost no energy. Tank heaters must constantly keep the water in the tank hot and ready for use.
Tankless water heaters in residential settings have a typical lifespan of up to 20 years. That’s about twice as long as a traditional tank style units last.
Because traditional water heaters must hold gallons of water inside their tank, scale and rust can build up. With tankless water heaters the water is always fresh and clean as it passes through the unit to be heated.
Takes Up Less Space
Traditional tank water heaters take up valuable floor space. Tankless water heaters are about the size of a carry-on suitcase and instead of standing in the middle of the floor, they are installed on a wall.
No Leaking Tank
Because with traditional water heaters water is constantly stored in a tank and tanks do get old and rust, there is always the possibility of the tank leaking. With tankless water heaters, there is no large tank to leak or break (and possibly flood the basement).
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