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Touted for their energy efficiency, tankless water heaters are also known as instantaneous or on demand water heaters. They only provide hot water when needed; as a result, they do not continually heat and store hot water like traditional water heaters.
While a tankless water heater may be a better option for some consumers, others may find traditional water heaters to be more suitable. Nevertheless, there are several advantages to having a tankless water heater.
Read on to see how you can benefit from a tankless unit. If you’re ready to install one for your home, contact Anytime Plumbing for immediate service in the Las Vegas area.
Why are Tankless Water Heaters So Popular Among Homeowners?
Saving money and energy are usually among the top motivators for individuals who choose to make the switch to a tankless water heater.
Households that use less than 41 gallons of hot water each day can benefit from improving their energy efficiency by up to 34 percent with a tankless water heater.
Households that use up to 86 gallons of hot water may see greatly diminished but still considerable savings with a tankless unit; in this case, it can help you reduce energy use by 8 to 14 percent.
Want to maximize your energy savings? Consider installing a tankless unit at every water outlet throughout your home. These units are small and flexible enough to fit in virtually anywhere inside (or outside) your home—including under kitchen cabinets, in crawl spaces, and even on the wall.
How Long Do Tankless Water Heaters Last?
Tankless water heaters have a life expectancy of 20 years or more, if properly maintained. This is twice as many years as the traditional unit, which is expected to last 10-15 years before problems start surfacing.
In addition to energy and cost savings, tankless water heaters are also considered to be more durable than conventional water heaters, with easily replaceable parts.
While the cost to install a tankless water heater is typically higher than that of traditional tank unit, this is balanced out by the tankless unit’s greater durability.
Who Should Install a Tankless Water Heater?
The advantages of installing a tankless water heater are far greater for certain homeowners.
Below are customers who are more likely to benefit from a tankless unit:
Smaller households: Consider your daily use of hot water. In general, smaller households tend to benefit greater from tankless units. You are essentially only using hot water when you need it, so there is no leftover hot water to sit idle in a storage tank. Larger households tend to use up the hot water quickly, so they are less likely to experience a significant change in savings.
Homes strapped for space: If you’re looking for ways to save space, the smaller tankless water heater is the perfect solution. With no storage tank to fit in, you can easily install one or more units throughout your home.