Water heating technology has since evolved. As an alternative to the water heater tanks that are prevalent in many homes, it is now possible to install and operate a tankless water heater.
Tankless water heaters are more compact, and energy-efficient than traditional heaters. In these times when everyone is exploring ways to save on energy costs, tankless heaters are a welcome alternative. Because they are either gas-fired or electric, they can heat water on demand as opposed to heating it wholesale thereby driving up energy costs. Tankless heaters have been reputed to save up to 70 percent of an average home’s yearly heating bill. Their compact size also makes them easy to install as they do not occupy a lot of space. Most can easily fit inside an attic, garage, basement, or utility closet.
Ready to install your tankless water heater? Contact RPM Plumbing. Units with sealed combustion (air and flue piped directly to the outside) can often be installed in a garage, attic, or basement, with relative ease. We also help navigate the building codes to ensure you are in total compliance. Need it fast? We offer emergency service and same-day installation.
Why tankless water heaters?
Thinking of upgrading to a tankless water heater? Let us examine whether this is the right option for you by reviewing the advantages.
They are smaller than conventional storage heaters, are wall-mounted, and do not take up floor space. Their size can make them particularly attractive in homes where square footage is at a premium.
They can help you save on your energy costs.
According to US energy experts, water heaters consume approximately a third of an average home’s energy costs. The answer to this skyrocketing cost of energy is to transition to a tankless water heater. This move alone can save you up to 73% of your yearly energy bill.
Tankless water heaters are also reputed to be more durable and less likely to fail and cause water leaks. As such they have become popular in areas prone to extremes of weather.
To install your tankless water heater, call RPM Plumbing.