Stop throwing away money and start saving money. The truth behind having a tankless water heater in your home.

Benefits

  • Most tankless units come with a federal tax rebate of $300.
  • You shave as much as 20 percent from your water heating bill.
  • Say good bye to cold showers. They never run out of hot water.
  • They last five to 10 years longer than tank heaters.
  • They’re more efficient with no standby heat loss.
  • They take up less space and can even be installed on walls or outdoors with an anti-freeze kit.
  • Smaller units can be installed under cabinets or in a closet, closer to the point of use.
  • They only need enough power to heat the amount of water necessary at any given moment.
  • Electric models don’t produce greenhouse gases.
  • Most units are operated by remote control and have up to four separate settings available.
  • There’s no possibility of flooding due to a ruptured tank.

Tankless water heaters: electric or gas?

So you’ve decided to go tankless. Now what?

First, you’re going to need to choose either an electric or natural gas model.

Major differences exist between them even beyond the potential cost of rewiring your house as mentioned earlier.

Electric tankless heaters are 99 percent efficient. However, they don’t qualify for rebates or an Energy Star rating, which requires a product improve energy output 14 percent over older models. 

The worst traditional electric heaters are 93 percent efficient.

Tankless water heaters that use natural gas are about 23 percent more efficient than a traditional storage version, which is about 60 percent efficient, according to the Department of Energy.

Most gas-powered tankless water heaters do qualify for a $300 federal tax rebate. Many states offer similar incentives.

Victor started his tankless water heater business in Houston after watching his own electricity bills decline thanks to the switch.

“I’ve been in business almost five years,” he says. “No one has said, ‘I’m not saving any money.'”

Here is a list of Local Tankless Water Heater Specialist in your City

Contact them and ask them what you can do to start saving money!

Hugo Plumbing (Houston, TX)

Vital Plumbing (New York City, NY)

Cathedral Plumbing (Dallas, TX)

Express Plumbing (Los Angeles, CA)

Green Planet Plumbing (Seattle, WA)

Garrity Plumbing (Chicago, IL)

Len Plumbing (Philadelphia, PA)

Arizona Plumbing Services (Phoenix, AZ)

Chandler’s Plumbing (San Jose, CA)

Watson Services (Jacksonville, FL)

Many people take no care of their money till they come nearly to the end of it, and others do just the same with their time.

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

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