Do you run out of hot water, or struggle with not being able to shower and do laundry at the same time? Perhaps your gas water heater has become aged and inefficient, and the utility bills are getting more expensive. It could be time to replace yours with a more energy-efficient tankless gas water heater. It will not only save you a noticeable amount of money in energy costs, but give you more space too.
Thankfully, we have seen the Canadian water heater industry evolve dramatically in the last 20 years or so. Because of all the changes we have experienced, and the innovations we have discovered, (not to mention their ridiculously high prices) those 40 and 50-litre gas tanks don't make much sense anymore.
Tankless prices vary based on the size of the home, but generally start at around $3,800. Payment plans are available.
The tankless water heater only consumes gas when hot water is needed. Older tanks are always running, so they are able to keep that tank of water at a certain temperature - whether or not you have the need for it.
Another advantage of a tankless water heater is the fact that you will never run out of hot water.
Tankless water heaters also have a much longer lifespan. While traditional tank water heaters last for about seven years, modern tankless water heaters can last around 20 years, if not more.
Like with all the other industries, energy efficiency is now a big factor to be considered when choosing water heaters to use for your home. Needless to say, the tankless water heater definitely makes more sense. Here's a detailed list of reasons.
Many people are learning about this for the first time, so please don't feel intimidated. We are excited to help you understand everything you need to know to make a good decision when it comes to tankless water heaters. When you are ready to make the change, our experts can help you find the system that's just perfect for you and your family. You can learn as much as you like about it, or trust us and simply relax as we take care of the installation, as well as any water heater repair or maintenance work in the future.