Are you looking to make some smart additions to your new home? You may want to take advantage of the latest advances in water heaters available in the market today.
A tankless water heater can impact your life more than you even realize, considering it can continuously heat water so there is enough for your next hot water-related activity.
How Does a Tankless System Work?
Unlike a storage water tank system, a tankless system will never run out of hot water. With a tankless system, the water heater heats water as there is demand for it. It detects movement of water in the hot water lines and instantly uses the high-powered burners to heat water as it runs through the heat exchanger for a constant supply of hot water. Here are the benefits of switching to a tankless water heater:
Considering you don’t have to continuously heat and reheat the water to keep it hot like in a standard tank model, there is lower energy consumption. You can expect to save a couple of dollars annually.
Due to their compact nature, on-demand heaters can be installed in tight spaces, making them ideal for smaller homes with space challenges and minimal hot water requirements.
Instant Hot Water
With tankless water systems, you get to enjoy a constant stream of hot water almost instantly.
If you’re considering installing a new tankless water heater, it’s critical to work with a certified contractor that can handle the job. You can trust the experts at Ben Stout Construction to find the right option to meet your family’s varied hot water demands. Get in touch with us today at 910-779-0019 to learn more.
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