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December 12, 2018

Why You Should Have A Tankless Water Heater

While tankless water heaters are a very appealing concept, there are so many homeowners who are skeptical about giving up the regular tanked water heaters for it. Tankless water heaters provide all the functions conventional water heaters offer and some more. So if you are looking to get new water heaters or to replace old ones, you should definitely get yourself a tankless water heater. Here are the reasons why.

  • Hot water distribution

Tankless water heaters distribute hot water to wherever part of the house it is needed and simultaneously. This is because they are carefully designed to produce hot water at a high volume. If you need to shower while someone else has to do the dishes with hot water, hot water will be distributed to both of you at the same time without getting finished. This can also happen when more than two people are in need of hot water distribution at the same time.

  • No more cold showers

No one really wants to shower with cold water on a cold day, but when you live in a house with lots of people, some might just have to settle for cold showers. With tankless water heaters, this will no longer be an issue. This is because unlike regular water heaters, tankless water heats do not need a tank to store only a small amount of hot water. Instead, tankless water heaters cause water to warm up as it runs through the unit. So even when they are 10 people in a home, no one has to settle for cold water.

  • Long lifespan

Tankless water heaters have a very long lifespan hence it can save you from spending money on water heaters in less than a year. The conventional water heaters often have a lifespan of fewer than 10 years while tankless water heaters has a lifespan of about ten to twenty years. This makes them excellent investments as they give your home more value in a situation where you intend to put it up for sale.

  • Very efficient

The major purpose of tanked water heaters is to have hot water stores separately for use. This limits the amount of hot water available for use. Often times, water heaters with tanks take about 5 minutes to heat up water and then 2o minutes for the tanks to get full. The entire process makes getting hot water unnecessarily long. With tankless water heaters though, there is no need to wait for a tank to fill up or to wait for the water to get hot. As the water runs through the unit, it gets hot immediately. This saves a lot of time, hence is more efficient than regular water heaters.

  • Saves space

Traditional water heaters often take up a considerable space by the corner of the room where it is installed hindering the use of that space for anything else. After many years of use, the heater begins to get old and might give the room a dirty appearance. Tankless water heaters, on the other hand, are much smaller than regular water heaters. They do not occupy too much space and can also be placed anywhere due to their safe build up.

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