Tankless Water Heaters operate only when there is a demand for hot water.
Therefore, they only heat water when you turn on the faucet. This will in turn
reduce energy costs throughout the year because you won’t be wasting
money to have standby water being heated continuously! Customary water
heaters often hold up to 40 or 50 gallons of water that is being heated at all
times which is costly. Having a Tankless Water Heater can save you more
than $100 per year.
Typical water heaters usually last a home anywhere from 10-13 years, but
Tankless systems can last up to 20 years, also saving money in the long run.
Whether you’re planning on staying in your home long term or short term,
adding that extra life span is worth the upfront costs.
Small home? Large home? No matter what size home you have, it’s always
great to have some extra space, especially when real estate prices are at a
premium. Tankless Water Heaters are less than half the size of a traditional
water heater. They can even be installed on walls, outdoors with an anti
freeze kit, or smaller units can even be installed in a cabinet or closet closer
to the point of use. The added space will bring added value to your home!
Most Tankless Water Heater systems are operated by a remote control-how
easy is that! Many even have up to 4 separate settings available, so you can
customize your system to meet the needs of you and your family. Don’t forget
there is also no chance of flooding due to a ruptured tank!
Last, but certainly not least, most tankless units come with a federal tax
rebate of $300!