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Tankless water heaters are gaining popularity. From their efficiency to cost-saving features, it’s clear that there are many benefits to going tankless. At A&A Plumbing, we always like to stay on top of the latest technology in the plumbing industry. Our San Antonio technicians are trained and experienced in working with tankless water heaters, so you can trust that your installation will be completed flawlessly.
Advantages to Going Tankless
While a regular hot water heater is an incredible appliance, moving to a tankless water heater yields many amazing benefits:
- Efficiency: Since tankless water heaters connect directly to your plumbing, there is no tank of water just sitting around. The heater warms only the water that is being used at that moment. This means that you have a constant stream of hot water and no tanks need to constantly be refilled. This method conserves more energy as well.
- Money Saving: Not having to heat a full tank of water each time it’s used, less energy is used heating the water, saving you the cost of heating a full water tank.
- Size: Without a tank, the tankless water heater is small and compact, making it ideal for small homes.
A tankless water heater would be ideal for families who spend most of the day away from the home, or smaller families who don’t use as much hot water throughout the day. Since the tankless water heater only heats as much water as is needed, you can also not worry about running out of hot water, especially if someone in your family likes to take long showers!
How Does it Work?
A tankless water heater only runs when hot water is being requested. When the hot water tap is turned on, cool water will enter the heater, making contact with one or more heating units. Once the water is heated it gets pumped through the pipes to your shower, bath, washing machine or dishwasher.
Read our reviews page to see what past customers have to say about our tankless water heater installation and repair services.
A typical water heater can last between 10-15 years. Since tankless heaters are not in constant use, the wear and tear is less and you could get up to 10 extra years out of the heater. Tankless water heaters can be powered by almost any type of energy source including electricity, gas or even solar power!