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3 Reasons To Upgrade to a Tankless Waterheater

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Tankless water heaters go by a few names like demand-type water heaters, instantaneous water heaters, and on-demand water heaters, but they all do one thing. They heat water directly without the need to store a tank of water. A tankless water heater contains a device that senses flow and is activated when the hot water tap is opened. The tankless water heater then heats the water using either an electric element or a gas burner.

Since no tank filled with water is necessary and has to constantly be replenished, you don’t need to worry about running out of hot water. As soon as you close the hot water tap, the heater senses it and shuts off the heating element. Tankless water heaters are pretty great, but let’s look at three reasons why you should consider one for your own home.


They are much smaller than conventional water heaters and they are wall-mounted. This means they don’t even take up any floor space in your home. If you live in a place where space is tight, this can be a great feature.


They help save on energy costs. Heating can account for 30% of a family’s energy usage and billing. By using a tankless heater you may save up 50% on these costs.


A tankless water heater is much more durable and less likely to fail than a regular water heater. The average lifespan of a tankless water heater is nearly twice that of a conventional one. That is, you could get 20 more years out of a tankless water heater!

Those are only a few of the perks of owning a tankless water heater. To learn more about a tankless option, visit Climate Experts today! We’d love to hear from you.

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