Are you having problems with your water heater? If your water heater is giving you trouble, and fall has only just begun, it may be time to think about replacing that water heater with something new. One of the options you have when it comes time to replace your water heater is to opt for a tankless water heater. If you have been thinking about the tankless water system, here is more information about the benefits of upgrading to a tankless water heater.
Tankless water heaters don’t look like a traditional water heaters at all. Instead of a big, heavy tank that constantly holds water to heat, the tankless water heater isn’t a holding tank. Instead, the tankless system heats water when it’s needed. There are a lot of benefits to a tankless water heater system.
First, the tankless water heater is extremely energy efficient. Instead of wasting energy heating water that isn’t needed, the tankless system heats water only when necessary. Research indicates that tankless systems can save you between 24 and 34 percent off your energy bill. That can add up to a lot of savings over the course of a year. Also, you may be able to get a rebate on your tankless water heater from your local or state government.
One of the best reasons to get a tankless water heater is its longevity. On average, tankless water heaters last 10 years longer than a traditional water heater. When a tankless water heater is ready to be replaced, it won’t tell you by flooding your basement with water either, which happens often with traditional water heaters. Instead, you’ll notice your water simply isn’t being heated.
Need another reason to invest in a tankless water heater? You will never run out of hot water again. Tankless water heaters are great for offering you a supply of endless hot water, no matter how many showers you take or how many people live in your home. Think about all of those nice hot showers and baths you can take this fall without ever running out of hot water!
When you’re ready to talk to someone about a tankless water heater, why not give Elk Grove Village Sewer & Plumbing a call today? We are here to help no matter what type of hot water heater you have.