At Erkies Plumbing, Electrical, Heating & Air, we offer repairs and installations for tankless hot water heaters. Whether you’re looking to maintain your current model or are considering an upgrade from your old water heater, our technicians can help you find the best solution to fit your home.
If you’re ready to schedule an appointment with one of our hot water heater techs, simply pick up the phone and call us today!
THE COACHELLA VALLEYS TANKLESS WATER HEATER INSTALLATION
Few things are as frustrating as a lukewarm shower. If your old hot water heater is struggling to keep up (or even heat up) now is the time to contact Erkies Plumbing, Electrical, Heating & Air to find a new hot water system to suit your needs.
Our Coachella Valley hot water heater installation experts offer services for both tankless and traditional water heaters.
“Ron was very knowledgeable, courteous, and prompt in installing our tankless water heater. Excellent service. We will definitely use Anderson Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning in the future.” – Heather
Tankless water heaters have benefits and drawbacks, depending on what is most important to you as a homeowner. Generally speaking, tankless heaters are more expensive to install but last longer; whereas traditional heaters may have a more economic initial purchasing cost.
Benefits of a Tankless Water Heater
TANKLESS WATER HEATERS HAVE TWICE THE LIFE EXPECTANCY
Tankless water heaters typically run for about twenty years – that’s twice as long as many traditional water heaters! Additionally, tankless water heaters don’t run out of hot water and often Energy Star approved for meeting strict efficiency guidelines.
According to Energy.gov, “For homes that use 41 gallons or less of hot water daily, demand water heaters can be 24%–34% more energy-efficient than conventional storage-tank water heaters. You can achieve even greater energy savings of 27%–50% if you install a demand water heater at each hot water outlet.”
For many homeowners, the number-one benefit to a tankless water heater is energy savings. Since hot water is only produced on demand by tankless water heaters, there is no radiant heat loss.
Compared to a tank-style water heater, this can result in up to a 50% savings on your energy bill.
Tankless water heaters may require less maintenance than their old-school counterparts, but they still require some upkeep and may need occasional repairs. If you’re experiencing any of the following problems, contact one of our plumbers today:
These problems could be the result of mineral buildup from hard water, a clogged vent or air intake, issues with your gas supply, dirty heating elements, or a faulty ignitor. Even if unreliable hot water seems like a small inconvenience, reach out to one of our plumbers as soon as possible. A small problem may indicate a larger issue with your tankless hot water heater.