Increase Energy Efficiency with a New Tankless Water Heater
- Energy Efficiency, HVAC, maintenance, Plumbing
The spring is a time to deep-clean, declutter and generally get your home ready for the warmer weather. It’s also a time to address any outstanding issues from the previous year and write your spring and summer to-do lists. If your to-do list includes increasing energy efficiency around the house, you’ll want to look into upgrading to a tankless water heater.
Tankless Water Heater Benefits
A standard water heater collects and stores water. The water is kept at a set temperature, and as a result, uses a lot of energy. A tankless water heater only warms water as you need it, which is why it’s often called an instant—or on-demand—water heater. Upgrading to this type of system can significantly increase energy efficiency as you’re not heating water when it’s not needed while decreasing your monthly energy bill. Another added benefit is that you won’t run out of hot water, which is a common complaint with a traditional water heater.
Upgrading to a Tankless Water Heater
To ensure that you always have hot water when you want it, it’s important to install the right product for your home and needs. A professional technician will take into account your family size, heater location and placement of water pipes to recommend the right model for your home.
Upgrading to a new tankless water heater can significantly increase energy efficiency and help you save up to 50% on utility bills. As part of your spring home maintenance, make sure to assess your appliances and make plans to upgrade old, inefficient systems.
Since 1967, Fahrhall Home Comfort Specialists has been providing reliable heating, cooling, plumbing and air quality service and installation to customers in Windsor-Essex and Chatham-Kent regions.