The truth is that tankless water heaters have come a long way in the last few years, and one of the most obvious reason for the switch is how much money you can keep in your pocket. Unlike traditional water heaters, tankless water heaters don’t have to keep hot water on standby, meaning you aren’t spending money simply reheating water hot in a tank you aren’t using.
In line with saving money, tankless water heaters are more “green” than water heaters of old. This energy savings not only shows up on your energy bills (to the tune of 40 percent less consumption), it help positively impact the environment while adhering to EPA and Department of Energy standards.
Besides saving you money on current bills and decreasing your energy consumption, tankless units last near twice as long as standard tank water heaters. This increased lifespan ensures that you get the most out of your investment, as they typically last 7-10 years longer.
Regardless of how big your home is, once you’ve purchased it, it doesn’t magically get any bigger, which means you need to maximize your space available. Tankless water tanks are a fraction of the size of standard water tanks, meaning you’ll have even more space for your valuable things. They also never cause emergency flooding!
Unlike standard water heaters that are constantly stuck in a pattern of heating and reheating the same water, tankless water heaters provide an on demand, endless supply of hot water. This means you can be showering, running dishes and doing laundry, all at the same time, without every losing the heat. Tankless water heaters also generate more hot water faster and at a more constant temperature, all while saving money and energy.
To learn more about the differences between standard and tankless hot water heaters, or to get yours installed today, contact NICE Home Services at 703.634.5404 or visit their site at http://www.nicehomeservices.com/.