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Tankless Water Heater Installation & Repair

Heating water accounts for up to 30 percent of the average home’s energy budget in Savannah. Our trained, professional plumbers have experience in tankless water heater installation and repairs and are available 24/7 to assist you with them. Choosing the right tankless water heater can save you money in the long run.

Why Go With A Tankless Water Heater?

Natural gas is the most common fuel used to heat water in Savannah and the best tankless heaters run on gas. There are electric heaters but they require a 200 amp service. Tankless water heaters heat your water as it flows through the device; they are compact and almost silent in their operation. A conventional water heater with a tank will eventually run out of hot water when the tank is empty; a tankless water heater can deliver a limitless supply of hot water instantly as long as water is flowing through it.

A basic tankless system can also cut approximately 15 to 25% off your gas bill.

Advantages Of Going Tankless

Conventional storage water heaters are still the most popular type of water heating system for your home. Storage water heaters work by releasing hot water from the top of the tank. Cold water then enters the bottom of the tank, ensuring that the tank is always full. A residential water heater can store anything from 20 to 80 gallons of hot water. A commercial storage water heater can store anything from 20 to hundreds of gallons.

Tankless Water Heaters

With no stored water in your home, you greatly reduce the risk of leaks and catastrophic damage to your home. The mineral build-up is lower with tankless systems and they take up way less space. Tankless water heaters heat water through a heat exchanger and are 22% more energy efficient on average than conventional storage tanks. The Center for Energy and Environment says that “A 37% savings of water heating energy per household was found for replacing a typical natural draft storage water heater with a tankless one.”