Best Home Services Installs Tankless Water Heaters
As a homeowner, you should always be keeping a close eye on the systems that make your home run. All mechanical equipment has an expiration date. Water heaters are no different. Because your water heater is vital to the quality of life in your house, it is especially critical to ensure everything is working correctly. Staying vigilant helps homeowners decide to replace their current unit with a new one before a plumbing disaster strikes. Unless you want to deal with destroyed property following a burst unit keep an eye out. BHS is here for everything else. When the time comes to replace your water heater, we believe you should consider switching to a tankless water heater. Southwest Florida residents discover the joys of this innovative water heater technology each day.
When to Switch To a Tankless Water Heater
While traditional water heaters have been around for years, tankless alternatives have surpassed them in terms of efficiency and power. The first step is to identify the right time to switch. While you can replace a functioning traditional water heater, it’s best to wait until you’ve gotten all the use out of it you can. Keep an eye out for the following warning signs:
Rusty Water: It’s easy to tell when you have rusty water. Metal objects ran through the dishwasher will show signs of corrosion, and you may be able to tell by looking at a glass of water. Rusty water happens when the interior of your water heater has rust in it. One of the benefits of a tankless option is the absence of a tank. No tank. No rust.
Noises: Once you hear noises coming from your water heater, it’s time to consider replacing it. One of the downsides of owning a traditional water heater is sediment forms in the tank. Once the sediment hardens, problems begin to occur. Since tankless options don’t have a reservoir, they don’t have this problem.
Leaks or Pooled Water: Tankless water heaters don’t leak or pool water. If you’re noticing any moisture whatsoever around the tank, then there could be a problem. Rather than deal with the leak, be proactive, and switch to a tankless water heater.
How Do Tankless Water Heaters Work?
Unlike traditional water heaters, tankless options don’t require a hulking metal tank to operate. Instead, they deliver hot water, on-demand, to the rest of the home directly. When someone in your home turns on the hot water faucet, cold water travels through the pipes in the residence to the on-demand water heater. Then, the gas or electric power converts the cold water into hot water. Tankless water heaters produce hot water at a rate of two to five gallons per minute. Gas-fired units provide a higher yield than electric units, but both are stunningly effective. Their power isn’t limitless, though. It is possible two units will be needed to deliver on the promise an on-demand water heater provides. Ultimately, the result of this streamlined approach to hot water heater technology is a more enjoyable living experience due to continuous supplies of hot water. Tankless water heaters deliver a wide range of benefits, including:
They provide instant hot water: No more waiting for the shower or kitchen sink to heat up. Move the faucet to the left, and you’ll get an instant burst of cleansing hot water.
They last longer: Standard hot water heaters only last up to decade. Tankless water heaters last about a two, which makes them a fantastic investment.
They provide lower month-to-month costs: Tankless water heaters are much more efficient than traditional water heaters. This efficiency impacts every aspect of your home, but one of them is your energy bill.
They save tons of space: You can hang a tankless water heater to the wall. This enables BHS to place your tankless water heater anywhere in the home while creating valuable living and storage space.
You can receive tax breaks and rebates: Because this alternative to a traditional water heater is so efficient, the government wants to encourage their use. As a result, there are numerous tax rebates associated with them. We help you apply for them.
Never run out of hot water: No more waiting for hot water after your spouse or son or daughter took a long shower. You can take one right after without any delay.
They work with electric and gas-fired households: Tankless water heaters are supported by both electric and gas. Gas-fired tankless water heaters are more productive, but both of them work swimmingly.
They have more extended warranties: An excellent warranty is a valuable thing to have when making a large purchase, and the warranties associated with tankless water heaters are very generous.
Contact Best Home Services Today
Tankless water heater installation is a BHS specialty. We pride ourselves on our ability to deliver outstanding customer service. We also provide air conditioning, heating, plumbing, and drain services in communities throughout Southwest Florida. To learn more about BHS, get in touch with us today.