Are you tired of the rate at which your storage water heater consumes power, do you want to join the campaign of “going green” and “conservation acts”, then the solution is Tankless Water heater.
A tankless water heater is a water heating unit that instantly heats water as it flows through the device. It does not store any water internally except for what is left in the heat exchange line. When hot water is requested by either opening a hot water tap on the sink, shower, tub, or washing machine, internal components of the heater sense the flow and begin the heating process. Each tankless water heating unit comes with its own control board that allows the user to regulate the heat temperature of the water, as desired.
Benefits of Tankless Water Heater of the Old Storage water heater
A tankless water heater can be a great investment. Not only do they provide an endless supply of hot water to your household (you’re not just limited to the hot water stored in the tank like most conventional tank units), they are tremendous space savers.
Energy Savings – Tankless water heating units can save you a great deal of money annually off your utility bills, and as a greater incentive, some are also eligible for certain state and federal tax rebates. Since these units run on electricity, they run on an ignition which is only turned on when requested by the water flow, unlike most conventional storage water heating units that stay lit at all times.
Durability – When serviced and maintained properly, a tankless water heater can generally last up to ten to fifteen years longer than any conventional storage or tank water heating units.
Constant Supply of Hot Water – Tankless water heaters have an electric or gas heating mechanism activated by the water flow, which, once activated, provide a continuous supply of hot water. Tankless heaters provide better savings in warm climates and in households where consumption is low.
Compactness – Unlike conventional storage tank water heaters, which as a result of their large storage tanks, are bulky and take up space, tankless – especially electric – units are compact in size. They do not require any extra space compared to the convectional storage water heating unit.
This appliance is of less physical components, it comprises of sophisticated electrical modules whose functionality critically depends on correct installation. Therefore, accurate installation and maintenance of tankless water heater can optimize its energy efficiency. Correct installation depends on many factors which include circuit type, climate, local building code requirements, and safety issues, especially concerning the connection of electric water heaters.
It is very important that you find a professional and qualified company who incorporate electrical integration with plumbing for your installation. Moon Valley is the right choice when it comes to the installation of your tankless water heater. Our team of electricians hold the necessary license and insurance required by the state to handle electrical appliances, they are factory certified and experienced professionals.