Well, if you’re considering making the move to tankless, now is the time to do it.
But we’ll get to that in the minute; in the meantime, let’s look at what’s so special about tankless water heaters.
You use as much as 70 gallons of hot water every day in your sinks, showers, baths, dishwasher and washing machine; the problem is you’re probably paying to heat more water than that.
If you have a conventional water heater (one with a storage tank), your hot water spends most of its day in your cool basement waiting to be used, losing heat by the minute. That water has to be hot and ready when you need it – which means that you could be paying to heat your water twice, or even several times.
A tankless system, on the other hand, doesn’t store any water. Instead, it uses a powerful heating element to instantly warm water on demand.
By operating this way, a tankless system enjoys some big advantages over tank-based water heaters, including:
Tankless water heaters do cost more up front than conventional water heaters, but they also last longer – about 20 years, compared to 10-15 for storage models. And with the money you’re saving on energy bills, your investment will quickly pay for itself.
If you’re ready to make the move to tankless, you’re in luck – check out these three ways you can save with Hocon:
As always, our experts will install your water heater quickly and correctly the first time so you can get right to enjoying your unlimited hot water.
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