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What are the Benefits of Tankless Water Heaters?

What are the Benefits of Tankless Water Heaters?

By December 26, 2011 April 14th, 2015 Water Heater

December 26, 2011

There is no better time than wintertime to start exploring the benefits of tankless water heaters. If you don’t already use a tankless heater for your home, it might be time to consider an upgrade. Water heaters help us stay warm and comfortable throughout the cold months of the year, but not every heater option is an energy efficient one.

This is the largest appeal of using a tankless water heater—energy efficiency. Using a tankless water heater not only conserves energy and uses it in a smarter fashion, but it also saves you money in the long run. Here are some great advantages to using a tankless water heater in your home as the winter temps arrive:

Water isn’t wasted—Water is heated immediately with tankless heaters, so you’re not wasting water while you let it run and wait for it to warm up.

Hot water won’t run out while showering—Tankless heaters can provide continual heat while showering, so there is no need to worry about the hot water disappearing when you’re smack in the middle of a warm shower.

Longer lifespan—Compared to other water heaters, tankless heaters offer a much longer lifespan. For example, many of them last for a good 20 years, and their quality does not diminish over time as easily as other heater options.

Tax benefits—Another nice advantage of using a tankless heater is that you might even be eligible for tax benefits. Save your receipt when you purchase the heater and keep your manufacturer’s Certification Statement to qualify. Also be sure to check other eligibility details, such as the required energy factor specifications.

These are a few of the many benefits you can receive from installing a tankless water heater in your home this winter season.

Author Matt Nicodemus

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