Not having adequate hot water, or water that’s lukewarm at best is a common issue for many Portland homeowners. Your water heater undergoes daily use from producing hot water when you do the laundry, take showers, and wash dishes. This leads to wear and tear and less-than-optimal energy use. This is why a tankless water heater installation may be a good investment for some households. Learn why a tankless water heater is beneficial.
A tankless system heats water as you use it and no other time. The location of the installation is also in close proximity to where the hot water exit the pipes. The result is hot water nearly the moment you turn on the faucet. There’s little waiting time for the water to heat up.
It’s Energy Efficient
Tankless water heaters require far less energy. In traditional water heaters, the appliance heats up large volumes of water, then stores it in a tank. Energy is consumed around the clock to keep the stored water hot. For this reason, tankless water heaters are also great for commercial applications as a means of cutting down on facility energy expenditure.
It Lasts Longer
Tankless water heaters last upwards of two decades. Individual parts can also be replaced to keep the appliance as a whole lasting longer. By contrast, conventional water heaters last about 10 years, though most can last longer with regular maintenance.
Have Questions About a Tankless Water Heater Installation in Portland?
At Advanced Heating and Air Conditioning, we’re proud to be your go-to home comfort experts. A tankless water heater installation can prove to be a money-saving investment. As winter approaches, we provide a number of heating-related needs, including ductless heat pump installation and repairs. This isn’t the season to go without adequate heating and ample warm water on demand.
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