If you’re searching for a new water heating system, chances are you’ve looked at a
tankless model. Since the early 2000s, tankless water heating systems have risen in
demand. Let’s dive into why this option could be beneficial for your home.
In most cases, tankless water systems can last up to 20 years if properly maintained
while tank-based systems last up to 12 years. Due to their extended life expectancy,
tankless systems require less maintenance (though yearly maintenance is still
encouraged) and lower expenses.
Note: If you haven’t already, check out “How Long Do Water Heaters Last.”
Tankless water heaters can reduce energy usage and costs in your home. Unlike a
tank-based system, a tankless system heats water on demand, consuming significantly less energy. A tankless system’s energy efficiency can vary from 10% to 30% based on your home’s size and the amount of water you use daily.
Traditional water heater systems can occupy valuable space and become hazardous in smaller homes. Traditional water tanks average 60 inches tall, while tankless systems measure around 28 inches tall. Take back your space with a tankless system today.
At Water Heater 911, we understand the importance of a well-functioning water heater. We offer tankless installation, repair, and maintenance services to help keep your water heater running smoothly for as long as possible. If you’re experiencing any issues with your water heater or if you’re interested in learning more, contact us!