Going tank-less. Why you should make the switch to a tankless water heater

Have you been thinking about making the switch to a tankless water heater? If so, today we are going to provide you with reasons why you should go ahead and make the leap.

Saves Energy

When deciding to go tank less, the investment you make for the water heater is going to be the most money spent during its lifetime. It may be a huge upfront investment; however, down the line you will see that you are saving energy, which means you are saving money. With tankless heaters, you will have access to instant hot water so you never waste energy-heating water that will not be utilized.

Longer Lifespan

Regular water heaters have a maximum lifespan of 13 years and tankless water heaters have a maximum lifespan of 20 years. Therefore, making this investment is reasonable since you have two decades to not worry about replacing or repairing a water heater.

Saves Space

If you do not care about the lifespan and saving energy, you probably will care about the amount of space it will save you. A tankless heater takes up as much space as a large computer while regular water heaters can take up 60 x 24 inches in space.

Closing Thoughts

You may have heard some negative things about tankless water heaters such as they have a limited output. However, when you compare the pros and the cons of this investment there are more favorable outcomes than negative.

If you need help making a decision, feel free to contact us for more specifics about tankless water heaters.