Too many families fight over the shower every morning because they know whoever gets in last won’t have much hot water left. You can avoid the melee every day by installing a tankless water heater and getting all the hot water you want when you want it. Call Anderson Heating & Cooling today for an appointment in Mentor, OH and let us show you how you’ll benefit from going tankless.
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What Is a Tankless Water Heater?
Unlike a traditional water heater that stores water and heats it within a tank, and once used up, it must refill and heat again. A tankless water heater heats the water quickly as it pulls it in from the outside. Using this method, you can’t run out of hot water like you can with a tank water heater.
While tankless water heaters have been popular in Europe for a long time, they’re just now gaining steam here in the states thanks to people becoming more environmentally conscious. Let’s look at the benefits of using a tankless system to help you decide if it’s worth exploring.
- Tankless water heaters never run out of hot water.
- Tankless water heaters give you instant hot water without having to wait.
- Tankless systems take up much less space than traditional water heaters, which makes them perfect for smaller homes or apartments.
- Tankless water heaters are more energy-efficient, which can save you more than $100 per year, depending on your water usage.
If you’re still on the fence about going tankless, call our experts and schedule an appointment to discuss the benefits in more detail.
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Which Is Better? Tank Water Heater or Tankless?
Up to now, we’ve talked about the advantages that tankless systems have over traditional water heaters. But the truth is that tankless water heaters aren’t right for every situation. Some people are put off by the high upfront cost to install a tankless system, and for them, a traditional water heater is a better value. Also, tankless water heaters have difficulty serving multiple faucets at once, which can be an issue if you want a hot shower and run the dishwasher at the same time. The best way to decide which system is right for your needs is to call an expert and let them evaluate your water usage and household.