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It's Time To Go Tankless With A Water Heater Express!
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Make the switch.
It’s been the same old story for most Floridian households for decades; you want to get a shower but you forgot to turn the hot water heater on. You keep your hot water heater turned off in order to save money when you don’t need it, which always causes an inconvenience. You flip a switch in your garage and have to wait half an hour for the water to heat up.
As you wait, you realize that you are faced with making a choice between bathing or making it to an 8am meeting. This type scenario has played out countless times across countless households throughout Florida; it’s just one of many traditional hot water heater issues. Its time to switch to a more efficient tankless hot water heating system.
A growing number of people have chosen tankless hot water heaters for their homes because of their numerous advantages over traditional water-heating systems.
Take a look at some of the advantages:
Endless Hot Water!
First, you have hot water right away when you want it, and in reality, you have endless-hot water. When you turn up the hot water in your shower, bathtub, sink, dishwasher, or washing machine you will get instant hot water.
Flow sensors inside the tankless hot water heater sense when it is needed and switch-on to produce on demand hot water. No longer do people have to wait for half an hour or longer to bathe. Tankless hot water heaters not only give you instant hot water, they give you more time.
Tankless hot water heaters also bring utility savings due to less electricity and water being required to operate them. The costs of tanked hot water heaters over the years can be staggering when compared with tankless hot water heaters.
According to the U.S. Department of Energy for households that use 41 gallons or less of hot water a day, tankless hot water heaters can be 24% to 34% more energy efficient than traditional hot water heaters. Tankless hot water heaters also have less heat loss than traditional hot water heaters, when combined with less energy and water usage it makes them eco-efficient and environmentally friendly.
Old style hot water heaters had a propensity for another problem, leaking. If tanked hot water heaters were not regularly inspected rusting bottoms or imperfections in the tank would lead to flooding of the garage or home.
Water damage and related clean up costs can be highly expensive, and a price cannot be put on irreplaceable items. Tankless hot water heaters only retain water in their heat exchange coils, so there is not sufficient water to flood a room.
Safer With More Space & Control!
Tanked water heaters also pose another less obvious problem, how much space they take up. Depending on the size of your home the tank for your hot water heater could take up significant space in a garage or utility room. A tankless hot water heater gives you more space for tools, cars, or storage than a traditional hot water system.
They are also more attractive than an old hot water heater. In some cases, people have wrapped insulation around their hot water tanks in an effort to keep them warm after they are turned off. When a hot water heater is wrapped in insulation and taped it become a real eye-sore. If you have a lot of traffic through your garage, an ugly hot water heater can be an embarrassment.
Tankless hot water heaters are also safer than tanked hot water heaters. Old hot water heaters would too often have spikes in hot water leading to burns on infants and toddlers; tankless hot water heaters control the temperature so spikes cannot happen.
When you compare traditional hot water heaters with more efficient, safer 21st century tankless hot water heaters, the choice is clear.
Tankless Is Better. Make The Switch.