Tankless Water Heater Installation and Repair

How does a water heater

system work?

When a hot water tap is turned on, cold water flows through the tankless hot water system. The water passes through pipes inside of the system that is heated electrically or by gas burners. Although the hot water won't run out, the flow rate might be a bit limited. Tankless water heaters normally deliver hot water around a rate of two (2) to five (5) gallons per minute. Electric models tend to not have as good of a flow rate as the gas versions.

What are the benefits of a

tankless water heater?

  • Endless supply of hot water. In water heaters that use a tank heater, the water inside of the tank is dispensed when it is called upon. When the tank is dry, the hot water is out. A tankless water heater warms the water as it passes through its heating system, so the hot water supply is endless.
  • The tankless water heater takes up a lot less space than a water heater that uses a tank.
  • A tankless water heater can reduce your utility bill by 10%-50% because you are only heating water when you need it and not keeping it heated in a tank.

What are the sub-services within water heater installations and repairs?

water tank
  • Tankless water heater installation
  • Tankless water heater repair
  • Power, gas, and water line hookups
  • Tank to Tankless water heater re-configuring

How much does it cost?

The cost of a tankless water heater will vary depending on the scope of work required to install it. For a more exact quote, contact Gerard Plumbing and Heating.

What other considerations are there to think about when it comes to tankless hot water heaters?

  • Tankless hot water heaters traditionally cost more money to install than a tank system.
  • Sometimes your flow rate is not as good as a tank system.
  • Gas-powered tankless water heaters require a special sealed vent system.
  • You might take longer showers because the hot water won't run out.

Contact Gerard Plumbing and Heating to Schedule Your Service.

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