Tankless Water Heater– Utah
It May be Time to Consider a Tankless Water Heater
Are you considering a Tankless Water Heater in Utah County? Is your water heater getting older? Is the water discolored or is your water heater making some noises?
The typical lifespan of a tank type water heater is about 10 years. It may be time to upgrade or replace it before it leaves you without hot water at the most inopportune time or even worse, it may start to leak and causes damage to your home. When that time comes, you may want to consider going tankless water heater.
Tankless water heaters are becoming more and more popular due to being more compact and energy-efficient than standard models.
Though installation can be more difficult than simply replacing a tank style water heater, Skyline Plumbing and HVAC plumbers are well-equipped to install a new tankless water heater in your home and providing you with endless hot water!
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How Tankless Water Heaters Work
Tankless water heaters provide instant hot water as the water flows through the heater. Water enters the heater the same way it does in a storage tank water heater. Once inside the unit, water is heated by the heat exchanger inside the water heaters.
Because you won’t need to wait for a tank to refill with more water, your water will heat much faster than with standard units. You also won’t be paying to heat and store 40 or 50 Gallons of hot water, which make tankless water heaters more energy efficient, saving you money over time on your gas bill.
Save Money on Energy Bills with a Tankless Water Heater
If you are a Utah County homeowner, a tankless water heater will save you money on your gas bill over time. These innovative units only heat the water you need as it flows through the heater rather than storing and keeping water warm, waiting for use. They don’t waste energy keeping unused water hot. They also only operate in short periods during the day. With the rebates often available for tankless water heaters and the rising cost of tank type water heaters, you may also find that a tankless heater doesn’t cost much more than a traditional tank style water heater.
Take Advantage of Additional Benefits
Benefits of a Tankless water heater include the following: