Tankless Water Heater
If you’re thinking about a new tankless water heater installation, you’ve come to the right place!
Tankless water heaters are more energy efficient than traditional tanks because they heat water as it is used, rather than heating and reheating water in a storage tank. We install most brands of tankless water heaters, including both indoor and outdoor units. You will also save 40-50% on gas bills for life because a tankless heater will heat water on demand, meaning no storage or shortage of hot water!
Imagine the luxury of always having hot showers or filling up your Jacuzzi hot tub and still having an endless supply of hot water for the rest of your household needs. It’s about time your home had an equal supply of hot and cold water. Get more information about our tankless hot water heaters by calling our toll free number: (855)577-STAR
Benefits of Going Tankless
When you decide to install a tankless water heater, you can expect to:
- Save more money
- Save on energy consumption
- Save more space within or outside your home
Endless Hot Water
Heating water as needed means you will never run out of hot water again.
After the few seconds it takes for the water to reach the designated set temperature, our water heaters will continually provide a steady flow of hot water for as long as you need it.
Long Life Expectancy
Tankless water heaters have been tried and tested and the technology has been in use for over 50 years. They will generally last 20 to 25 years, whereas a conventional tank will last on average of 8 to 12 years. That’s two to three times longer than a tank, which makes it an exceptional investment!
Cost of A Tankless Water Heater
The cost of a tankless water heater installation will vary based on a few factors:
- The size of the unit in GPM (gallons per minute) or its BTU rating.
- Will the tankless water heater be powered by natural gas, liquid propane, or electricity?
- Will the unit be installed inside the property or mounted outside on an exterior wall?
- Is the tankless water heater installation for residential or commercial use?
Tankless Repair & Service
Is your current tankless water heater not producing hot water? Or is it only working intermittently and displaying an error code?
Whatever your problem happens to be, a highly trained tankless technician will perform a series of tests on the unit to determine the nature of the problem and then inform you about the correct plumbing repair if needed.