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Today, many people are making the switch to tankless water heaters (also known as “instantaneous” or “on-demand” water heaters) from their traditional storage tank heaters. Compact and generally wall-hung, these tankless water heaters are ideal for people with a small space yet need a replacement or a new water heater unit installed in their home or business.
Unlike their traditional tank counterparts, tankless water units heat the water for you as you need it. No need to wait for your unit to give you hot water; you’ll have a steady stream of heated water instantly. Therefore, people make the switch to tankless water heaters.
Are you considering installing a tankless water heater in your Modesto home or business? Let the Modesto Water Heater Pros do the job for you.
Our licensed and certified technicians can install or replace tankless water heaters for both residential and commercial properties in the largest city in Stanislaus County. Our technicians also possess the knowledge, skills, and tools to address the most common tankless water heater problems.
We proudly offer quality replacements and repairs in the Modesto, CA area. Our team has served a variety of clients: homeowners from the suburbs like Hughson, Escalon, and Ripon to commercial establishments like the McHenry Village Shopping Center and Mall De Modesto, we have served different clients with a variety of water heater needs.
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WHY SHOULD YOU GO TANKLESS?
MAJOR ENERGY SAVINGS
An average household consumes 64 gallons of water per day, which costs $400 to $600 annually. If you want to make significant savings to your water bills, make the switch to tankless. Even if you only use 40 gallons a day, a tankless water heater is 24 to 34 percent more energy-efficient than storage tanks, which saves you roughly $80 to $100 a year.
This is because tankless units heat water only when needed. It doesn’t deal with standby energy loss (aka the unused heated water that cools down). With an electric water heater, you can save more money by not using a pilot light that steadily burns.
INSTANT HOT WATER
With tankless water heaters, you don’t have to sacrifice functionality for space and energy efficiency. Unlike traditional storage tank water heaters that heat water a tank at a time, tankless units heat water quickly, as needed. Since they don’t have reservoirs, they can heat the water as soon as you turn on the shower or sink — as much as 10 gallons per minute.
Cold showers aren’t a problem with tankless units since you’ll be enjoying a continuous stream of heated water.
MAJOR SPACE SAVINGS
What makes tankless water heaters more appealing to homeowners is its space-saving feature. If your current water heater storage has a small closet in your basement or measures 60 inches by 24, there are space-saving tankless heaters that are the same size as shoe boxes.
Anyone with a cylindrical tank of a storage tank water heater or a heat pump in the kitchen, basement, or garage would appreciate the sleek gray cylinders or boxes of tankless water heaters. They are perfect for homes or businesses with limited spaces.
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Frequently Asked Questions
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I'm on a budget. Are tankless water heaters affordable?
There are many factors that come into play when determining the affordability of tankless water heaters. The size of your home, hot water demands, and what type of installation is necessary are all important factors to take into account.
Tankless water heaters have been designed to save money on energy costs. It can be installed without requiring any plumbing changes for most homes so they’re not difficult to install either. Tankless water heaters are also made with non-toxic materials that will not emit any fumes into your home. There are also some new units that have been designed to adjust the heating depending on whether or not anyone is using hot water, so they only heat the water that’s actually needed.
The best way to determine how much it will cost to install a tankless water heater is to contact us for a complimentary estimate & consultation. The size of the house can be used as a general indicator of what kind of price tag you may see. In some cases the unit may require extensive work due to where it has been installed, such as drilling into concrete walls or floors.
I'm unsure... should I buy a tank or tankless water heater?
The first step to consider is how many people use the water heater. If you only need it for bathing and minimal laundry washing, a tankless water heater might be sufficient. However, if it’s for an entire household with multiple showers and dishwashers, then you may need a traditional storage tank unit or a larger tankless unit.
The next step is figuring out what your budget is. A tankless water heater typically runs $1,000+ more than a tank type heater, but will save you more money in the long run due to their low ongoing maintenance and energy costs.
Lastly, take into account any space limitations that could prevent installing a larger tanked because both types of water heaters require some room to work properly.
To summarize, a traditional storage tank water heater is typically more affordable up front and takes up less space while a tankless unit can provide an endless supply of hot water, sometimes has higher installation costs, but can save you money in the long run. It’s best to determine how much room you have and what your budget looks like before deciding which one is right for you.