Is it time to go tankess?

November 1, 2022
women enjoying endless hot water in Davis County, Utah thanks to the plumbers at Craig's HVAC, Plumbing and Electric

Tankless Water Heaters & Making the Switch

Is your water heater nearing it’s end-of-life? You can try extend the life of your water heater, simply by performing regular maintenance.

However, if you are you thinking about making the switch to a tankless water heater? You’re not alone. In recent years, tankless water heaters have become increasingly popular, as more and more homeowners learn about the benefits of this type of unit. From lower energy bills to a smaller footprint, there are many reasons to replace your traditional water heater with a tankless unit.

Here are just a few of the benefits that you can expect when you make the switch:

  1. Lower Energy Bills

One of the biggest reasons to switch to a tankless water heater is that you can expect to see lower energy bills. That’s because tankless units only heat water when you need it, rather than continuously heating and reheating a tank of water. As a result, you can save money on your energy bills each month.

  1. A Smaller Footprint

Another benefit of switching to a tankless unit is that it takes up less space than a traditional water heater. That’s because there’s no need for a bulky storage tank. As a result, you can free up some space in your basement or utility closet – which is always a bonus.

  1. An Endless Supply of Hot Water

Do you ever find yourself running out of hot water when taking a shower? With a tankless water heater, that’s not something that you’ll have to worry about anymore. That’s because these units provide an endless supply of hot water – so everyone in your family can enjoy long, hot showers without running out of steam.

Tankless water heaters come in a variety of different types, so it’s important to do your research before making a purchase. The two most common types of tankless water heaters are gas-fired and electric-powered.

Here are a few things to consider when choosing between these two types:

Gas-Fired Units

Gas-fired tankless water heaters tend to be more efficient than electric-powered units. They also have the added benefit of being able to generate more heat, making them a good choice for larger homes. However, gas-fired units can be more expensive to install, and they require a gas line to be installed in your home.

Electric-Powered Units

Electric-powered tankless water heaters are typically cheaper to install than gas-fired units. They also don’t require any special installation, making them a good choice for homeowners who are renting or living in an apartment. However, electric-powered units can be less efficient than gas-fired units, and they may not be suitable for larger homes.

If you’re thinking about making the switch to a tankless water heater, be sure to call Craig’s Services. We are experts in installing tankless water heaters, and can help you choose the right unit for your home. We’ll also take care of all the installation work, so you can enjoy the benefits of a tankless water heater without any of the hassle.

If you’re interested in learning more about tankless water heaters or would like to schedule a consultation, give us a call today. We’d be happy to help!

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