If your water heater is failing because of a cracked tank or any other issue, you may be considering just replacing the tank itself or replacing the entire water heater with another one like it.
Well, the experts at Magic Plumbing are here to tell you that it is time to treat yourself to a better way to get hot water in your home!
Read on to learn a little more from the expert water heater technicians at Magic plumbing about all the ways that installing a tankless water heater in your home can benefit you!
Conserve More Water & Energy
If energy and water conservation are important to you, then a tankless water heater is a smart decision for you to invest in.
To begin with, tankless water heaters don't need to fill an entire storage tank with water to heat, so they don't have to needlessly discard all of the water that isn't used up while it is hot.
The other side of that coin is that a tankless heater saves energy by only heating the exact amount of water that is needed at any particular moment.
This efficiency not only helps you save money on your monthly energy bill, but it also helps extend the life of your water heater. Since a tankless unit operates sparingly, and only when needed, it puts less strain on the components so they can work for longer.
What Does it Cost?
When it comes to replacing or upgrading household appliances, a common question is always "what does it cost?"
This is a fair question because you want to be sure that your investment in a new water heater will pay off in the long run. The fact is that a tankless water heater is an investment.
The initial cost of installing a tankless water heater can range from a few hundred dollars for a small individual sink unit to upwards of $2,000 for a gas powered central unit that can heat 5 gallons every minute. Keep in mind though that that same gas powered unit will last you as long as 30 years, if it’s maintained properly, and will also save you as much as $100 per year on energy costs!
Free up Some Storage Space
Because they don’t require the use of a bulky storage tank, tankless water heaters take up significantly less space than traditional systems do.
That means that treating yourself to a tankless water heater can also help you treat yourself to newfound storage pace in your utility closet, basement, garage, or wherever your current water heater is located.
If your water heater resides outdoors, you can get rid of the eyesore attached to your home by replacing it with a more discreet tankless water heater.
If you’re ready to start the new year off with a brand new tankless water heater in your home, call Magic Plumbing in San Francisco today! Our professional plumbing contractors are available at (415) 441-2255 to answer any questions you may have about tankless water heater installation!