Tankless Water Heaters - Installation and Repair
One of the our specialties at Half Price Plumbing is the installation of tankless water heaters. If you are not familiar with tankless water heaters, it is a heating system that heats on demand, and directs the hot water wherever you need it, rather than heating up gallons at a time and storing it. Because there is no storage tank, you eliminate what is called "standby heat loss" - basically, heating water and having it cool before you use it, causing your water heater to have to reheat it X number of time, and wasting a ton of energy. Tankless water heaters cut down on energy bills by up to 40%!
Benefits of Tankless Water Heaters
- Greatly Reduced Energy Costs
- Endless Hot Water When You Need It
- Clean, Fresh Water That'll Never Get Rusty from Tank Sediment
- Far less Space is Required (Most units are about the size of a suitcase)
- Space Reducing Makes for Easy Installation (for trained professionals)
Half Price Plumbing has been ahead of the curve with tankless water heaters from the very beginning and have been certified by American Heaters tankless water systems for years. We also have a ton of experience with all major brands of tankless water systems and understand them from the inside out.
What does Endless Hot Water Really Mean?
It's really more than just being able to get a hot shower after your kids and wife finish theirs every morning. With the endless hot water provided by tankless water heaters, you are literally heating your water on demand, meaning you can also use it for multiple applications at once - think dishwasher, laundry and showering all at the same time, without ever a cold drop.
How do Tankless Water Heaters Reduce Energy Costs?
This is the same concept - heating water on demand means you don't ever waste hot water or reheat water that's been heated then cooled. it's only heats water when it's needed, and when you're done using it, the energy going to the tankless water heater ceases - using no unnecessary energy. This also makes the water heater and heating elements last far longer than traditional tank style heaters, because they aren't constantly running and burning out. In fact, a tankless water heater will last twice as long (up to 20 years!) as a tank system.