If you're interested in saving money, having endless amounts of hot water (and who doesn't) plus putting your own footprint on the environment, a tankless water heater is in the stars for you and your family. Look at it this way, folks. This is 2014, and if you're still living with water heaters in your home redolent of the Clinton administration, it's time to make a move and update to a tankless water heater.
These new beauties can deliver a constant hot water temperature when you need it most with no: Oh boy that is cold water comments. We're talking a nice dose of hot water here, folks. And it can be in your home or business in a size that will surprise you if your consider the size of that briefcase you carry around that holds your laptop. There is more good news to offer. Since the unit doesn't contain water inside of it, there's not a chance of any leaking or flooding from your tankless water heater. If you can stand any more good news, these tankless units last double what the usual suspects project and will still be working hard up to 20 years.
Tankless benefits provide energy efficiency, lower operating costs and extended lifespan tenure.Ergo, how many more pluses do you need to make the switch to a tankless water heater? Yet if you’re current water heater can beat this trifecta, it won't be a hard decision. Okay sure, going tankless will cost you extra bucks upfront, but over the long haul, you'll recapture that cost in energy savings. It will also save you money by not wasting cash heating water in a tank that just sits there hoping that some user who need hot water will get on with it.
However you must remember that the usual suspects can store 40 to 60 gallons of hot water to keep you satisfied with daily chores. A tankless water heater has a limit and can only supply a few gallons at all times but also at a time. You have to make the final choice.
Are you looking to install a new tankless water heater in your Austin home? Call S&D Plumbing and get started today!