No Hot Water? 5 Reasons You Should Invest In A Propane Tankless Water Heater
Nothing is worse than starting your day with a cold shower because someone before you used all the hot water. Sounds familiar? That’s because your traditional hot water heater has been drained of it’s hot water, and now you’re left waiting for a big 40 to 50 gallon tank to not only fill up, but also reheat.
Not only is that big annoyance, but it can also be costing you lots of money. A traditional water heater uses energy 24/7 to keep the water hot while it is waiting to be used. This is not only wasting energy, but running up your utility bills too.
A high-efficiency propane tankless water heater however, only uses energy to heat water, not store it. Providing you with a constant supply of hot water, and saving you about 27 to 50 percent of fuel costs over tank-type heaters.
A tankless water heater can be quite an investment, so here are the top 5 things you need to know before you buy one:
Cuts Down Energy Costs - Your energy bill can be reduced up to 50 percent by switching to a tankless water heater, because energy is used only to heat water, not to store and keep water hot.
Longer Service Life - On average a high-efficiency propane tankless water heater can typically last 20 years or more with proper care and maintenance.
Compact Size - Compared to a standard tank model, propane tankless water heaters can save you a lot more space because they can be mounted on a wall, and even be installed outside with some units.
Hot Water On Demand - When sized correctly, a propane tankless water heater will provide your household with an endless supply of hot water, not just what a storage tank can hold.
Clean Water - A tankless water heater does not store it’s water, so you can rest easy that the water you’re using is not sitting in a rusted tank or with built up mineral scale, if it hasn’t been properly maintained.
Making the choice to install a high-efficiency propane tankless water heater may not be for everybody, but for those who want to take advantage of the benefits, contact us today about using propane for your house heating needs, or fill out the form below and one of our certified technicians will get in touch with you shortly.
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