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Why Consider a Tankless Water Heater


Have you ever seen or heard about a tankless water heater? The concept may not be one that you are abundantly familiar with and we understand why. Many people think about water heaters and immediately picture a large storage tank system. But modern technology has provided a new way to get access to the hot water supply that the average household needs.

It might sound like sci-fi but tankless water heaters are able to provide hot water without the use of that big storage tank. If you haven’t learned about these systems before now, we’d like to tell you more about them. This way, you can understand if a tankless water heater may be your ideal system to turn to when you need a water heater upgrade.

How a Tankless Water Heater Operates

The name of the system is a dead giveaway for what it does. The question that many people have is how a tankless water heater does what it does.

When you turn on hot water tap your hot water heater kicks into gear. It will immediately start to draw water into the system and heat it up, sending it to the open tap within a few seconds. This is why tankless water heaters are also known as “on-demand” water heaters since they create hot water only when it is required or “demanded.”

3 Benefits a Tankless Water Heater Can Offer You

Tankless water heaters operate in a unique way, but does this offer you any advantages? The answer is that, yes, this system can offer you benefits if it is the right system to meet your needs. Here are the perks you might be able to enjoy:

  • Less water used: Tankless water heaters can help you save gallons each month. Since they don’t store water at all times, these systems end up using far less which is great for your water bills and the environment.
  • Highly reliable: Your water heater is going to operate when you need it. This means that, aside from a brief delay when you first turn on your hot water tap, you can expect a steady supply of hot water each and every time you need it with a tankless system.
  • No standby heat loss: Storage tank systems store gallons of water that are kept heated to a certain temperature at all times. This is great for homes with high demand but can lead to standby heat loss which is a big drain on your energy and energy bills too. Since tankless water heaters only operate when you need them, they use less energy overall and they aren’t going to battle with standby heat loss at all.

These are just some of the benefits that you might enjoy when you add a tankless water heater to your home. You can learn more by talking to a professional today.

Installing a Tankless Water Heater In Your Home

If you are considering this system for your next water heater, we first advise making sure that it is the right fit for your home’s hot water needs. You can come to a professional plumber in Lake Havasu City, AZ at Air Control Home Services to learn more and to get your next hot water heater installation or upgrade done right.

Not every home has the power needed to run an electric tankless water heater. We understand what it takes to get this system up and running. That is why, if you’re looking to switch from a gas water heater to an electric tankless water heater, we can assess your home to see if your home can meet the energy requirements for this system or if you need an electrician to upgrade your electrical system to make this change possible.

Schedule your next water heater service with the expert team at Air Control Home Services. We guarantee your satisfaction, 100%.

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