If the time has finally come to replace your old water heater, you may want to think about going with a tankless model. Tankless water heaters may not be right for everyone, but their popularity and the variety of benefits they offer can be good alternatives for many homes in the Dallas and Fort Worth area.
Dial One Johnson Plumbing offers tankless water heater installation, maintenance and repair on quality brands, including Ruud, Eternal, Rinai and Takagi. Whether you are ready to make a purchase or would just like to learn more about these great products, don’t hesitate to give us a call today.
For many people, tankless water heaters are a bit of a mystery. After all, how can you have hot water as soon as you turn on the tap if there is no big supply of it waiting until it is needed? Well, the secret lies in the way tankless water heaters are put together.
Tankless water heaters heat the water by running it across a series of high efficiency heating elements on the way to your tap. When you turn the hot water on somewhere in your home, it triggers the water heater to begin drawing water into this system, and before you know it, steaming hot water is pouring out of the faucet in front of you.
Of course, traditional tank water heaters provide hot water when you turn on your tap as well. But there are quite a few benefits to choosing a tankless model over a tank one. For instance, tank water heaters use energy constantly to keep the water in their reserve tanks hot and ready for you to use. Tankless models, on the other hand, do not use any energy when you are not using the hot water. This can translate to a significant savings each month simply because you will not have to pay for hot water when you are not using it.
Tankless water heaters are also quite energy efficient in their own right. When they do use energy, it is typically very little, and they also do not require as much maintenance as regular tank models do. Tankless water heaters are a good choice if you do not have a lot of room in your house. They take up much less space than tank water heaters which is a big plus for home owners with limited storage.
Tankless water heaters do have their limits, of course. They come in different sizes, so you can find the one that matches your water needs. But even the largest models may not be enough to keep up with your household’s hot water needs, particularly if multiple people are trying to use hot water at once.
If that is the case in your home, you may want to consider having multiple smaller tankless water heaters installed. This solves the problem of multiple simultaneous users and makes it easier to ensure there is hot water anywhere in your home whenever you need it.
In addition to installation services, Dial One Plumbing also offers complete water heater maintenance and repair to customers in the Dallas, Texas area. Even if we did not handle your initial tankless water heater installation, we would be glad to take over the routine maintenance of your system or to provide any repair services you may need.