Are you weighing the options on water heaters? If so, consider the latest innovation on the market! Many people are switching to tankless water heaters for their convenience and efficiency.
Pro Service Mechanical in Saskatoon, SK can help you decide if instant hot water is the right option for your home or business. Our educated plumbers and up-front prices have earned us an A+ reputation with the BBB. Customers love the peace of mind they get from a fully licensed, certified and insured team. Let us help with your new tankless system today!
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How Do Tankless Water Heaters Work?
Many people are ditching conventional water heaters for these unique tankless systems. A traditional water heater uses a large capacity tank, sometimes up to 80 gallons, to constantly store and regulate hot water.
With on-demand hot water, the water is brought to the appropriate temperature right at the source. As soon as you turn the faucet in your kitchen or bathroom, sensors within the equipment recognize that hot water is needed. The heating element (gas or electric) is ignited and hot water is produced.
3 Benefits of Tankless Hot Water
Instead of constantly storing and regulating temperatures for 50-80 gallons of water, your tankless system only heats the amount of water you need. This groundbreaking “point of use” water heater results in benefits like”
- Lower Energy Bills: You’re not storing hot water for hours or days without use. This leads to lower operating costs and less wasted energy.
- Extra Floor Space: Free up extra room by installing equipment that’s about ⅔ more compact.
- Instant Hot Water: With on-demand hot water, you’ll never run out of warm water when you need it (no more ice-cold showers!).
Is a Tankless Water Heater the Best Choice for Me?
Tankless water heaters come with many benefits, but if we’re honest, they’re not right for everyone. If your home uses hot water frequently (for example running a bath, doing the dishes, and washing laundry all at once), this system isn’t a good choice.
Simultaneous use puts a strain on the system. It can struggle to provide the supply of hot water you need. But if you use under 40 gallons of hot water per day and you don’t intend to stress the system, on-demand water is a great choice.
Need help deciding? Pro Service Mechanical has knowledgeable techs in Saskatoon. We can help you compare and make the best choice!