At The Original Plumber, we know that you need fast, reliable service and installation when you need a tankless water heater.
Whether you’re upgrading to a tankless system for energy efficiency or simply needing a repair, we understand that you need a licensed plumber you can trust for your home or business.
Our team has years of experience with tankless water heaters, and we know how to get the job done right every time.
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Are you tired of getting blasted with cold water midway through your hot shower? Does your business run through a tank of hot water quickly? Are you looking to save money on your energy bills? If the answer is yes, your conventional water heater may not be working for you anymore – and a tankless water heater could be the right solution.
Keep reading to learn more about the benefits of going from tank to tankless!
Our expert plumbers can help evaluate your current water heater and provide recommendations based on your needs. We install gas tankless water heaters and electric models, both of which have pros and cons.
A gas water heater requires a gas line to serve the system and a vent to avoid carbon monoxide build-up. They are also slightly more expensive initially. An electric tankless water heater is less expensive upfront and doesn’t require a vent or gas line, but electric units’ energy costs can be higher.
Talk to our local plumbers for more in-depth information on these unique systems and to discuss the best solution for your needs.
While the main draw for the installation of tankless water heaters is the on-demand heated water, there are numerous other advantages over conventional water heaters. For example, although these models tend to cost more upfront than traditional systems, they allow many households to save more money in the long run.
According to the United States Department of Energy, if your household uses less than 41 gallons of water daily, a tankless model is much more energy-efficient than a traditional model. And there are multiple options, from electric models to gas units, that make this type of water heater a good solution for many homeowners.
A traditional tank water heater can warm up and store 30 to 40 gallons of water. When this hot water runs out, you have to wait for the tank to fill and heat up again before you can get more hot water. That means it has a specific heating capacity that can only serve so many needs at one time, no matter how many times you turn on the hot water faucet.
Tankless water heaters, also known as demand-type models, deliver hot water instantly. When you open a hot water tap, the heating element in a tankless water heater goes to work heating water.
Water heaters are a significant contributor to energy bills, but tankless water heaters can save you money on your power bill. With most conventional water heaters, the heat exhaust runs continuously to keep the water tank at a set temperature and generates electricity at all times – even when it’s not being used for its intended purpose!
Tankless technology saves up to 75 percent in energy costs by only using the necessary amount of electricity as needed.
You will save money from a tankless unit over time, but you may also be able to apply for tax credits from your local or state government due to the energy efficiency you’ve added to your home.
Tankless Water Heaters = Lower energy bills + money savings.
20+ year lifespan.
Another reason to choose a tankless water heater is that these models last longer. Most tankless units boast a 20-year lifespan or more. And they are much smaller than traditional systems so that they can be installed almost anywhere and save floor space.
Contact us today to learn more about the benefits of going tankless or discuss a tankless electric unit versus a gas unit.
Are you excited about the prospect of endless hot water output? Then you might be wondering how much these tankless units cost to install and maintain.
Keep reading for a list of frequently asked questions about a new tankless system.
How much does a tankless water heater installation cost?
Depending on the type of tankless water heater you choose, the initial cost typically ranges from as low as a couple of hundred dollars to a couple of thousand. In general, expect to pay about $1,000 for a tankless water heater.
What frequency of service is required for a tankless water heater?
In general, tankless units require maintenance at least once a year, similar to a tank unit. During maintenance, the tankless unit will be descaled (or de-limed), which is a process that helps limit build-up that can damage the elements that heat water. It is also an excellent time to check pressure if you have a gas tank and ensure that venting works properly.
How long does it take to service a tankless water heater?
Whether you’re maintaining tankless units yourself or hiring a plumbing contractor for tankless water heater services, you should expect annual maintenance to take around one to two hours to complete. That estimate allows time to flush the system and complete routine maintenance to keep your tankless water heater in tip-top shape.
Got a job that cannot wait? Our crew also provides emergency repair services. One of our plumbers will arrive at your location as soon as possible after you call us to diagnose the plumbing problem and perform the necessary repair at an affordable price.
We service both electric and gas models.
Contact our team of professional plumbers today to find out more about how we can help with tankless water heaters, water heater maintenance, drain cleaning, and more.
We work on both gas and electric tankless models. So, no matter what kind of equipment you have at work in your home or business, we can fix it. Reach out to us at the first sign of trouble to ensure your hot water never runs out!
We proudly serve Woodstock, Canton, Marietta, Kennesaw, Acworth, and Atlanta, Georgia.