Thursday, 24 March 2011

Is it Time to Install a Tankless Water Heater?

Tired of shivering halfway through your shower? If you're thinking of replacing your conventional hot water heater, it might be time to consider a tankless hot water heater. Not only will you have hot water on-demand whenever you need it, you'll save on energy costs, too. With prices consistently rising, you'll have all the hot water you'll ever need, and more money in your pocket.

Traditional hot water heaters are an energy drain because they're constantly working to keep water heated even when its not in use. With a tankless hot water heater, your water is heated only when you want it, eliminating that "stand-by" supply that hits you right in the wallet. Depending on how many units you install, you can save up to 50% on your energy costs by using tankless water heaters. That means, if you have a large household that uses more than 86 gallons of water per day, installing multiple tankless water heaters could drastically reduce your gas or electric usage. Plus, you can have consistent hot water; no more having to wait for the dishwasher or washing machine to finish a cycle before taking a bath or shower. Tankless hot water heaters allow you to do both simultaneously.

Tankless hot water heaters might cost a little more, but you get your money's worth. The average life span of a tankless hot water heater is 20 years. Plus, they are easily maintained and repaired. The experts at Heating Ontario can recommend the brand and type of tankless hot water heater that best suits your needs. We can also help you receive a tax credit for installing one in your home. All you have to do is contact us, and we'll be happy to send one of our trained professionals to your home for a free tankless hot water heater evaluation and estimate.

Spring is here - add a tankless hot water heater to this year's list of home improvement projects.

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