There are certain things in life we absolutely know for sure. Ice cream is going to be cold. Back to school season means something different to parents than it does to their kids. A tankless water heater is one of the most important things you can have in your home.
The construction projects you do on your home are investments and you want to spend your money wisely. You want to spend your money on construction projects that need to be done and appliance replacements that will give you a long life and great service. Your best tankless hot water heater will not only last for at least 20 years, they will be more efficient, providing hot water at a rate of two to five gallons per minute.
Old water heaters can suck money right out from under you. They can account for roughly 30% of the energy consumption of your home. If anything in your home used up that much energy and you knew about it, chances are good you would see the long-term financial advantage of replacing it.
Tankless water heaters have a number of benefits that will improve your quality of life straight away. What if you could have an appliance in your home that could give you an endless supply of something? What if your coffee maker, say, could just keep on giving you hot coffee every morning for the next twenty-plus years? A tankless hot water heater can give you an endless supply of hot water with no standby heat loss.
Another bonus to having a tankless hot water heater is the fact that they take up much less room than your conventional tank heating unit. They can be mounted on walls and even outside if you have an anti-freeze system in place. Smaller units can be installed under cabinets or in a closet where they can be closer to where you are using the hot water.
Your new tankless hot water heater only needs enough power to heat the water needed. This, alone, can help you shave around 20% off of your water heating bill. In addition, electric models do not produce any greenhouse gases, so Mother Nature will love you.
Let’s face it. Your old water heater does not want to hear anything about any new construction projects you have planned that involve putting in a new, tankless hot water heater. You know what you don’t have to do? You don’t have to listen to your old hot water heater. It’s just jealous of the new.