Tankless Water Heaters
Tankless water heaters are on demand water heaters that can supply hot water without a large water storage tank hidden in a special closet. A tankless water heater is able to supply a steady unending supply of hot water. This is handy when you and your family are wanting to enjoy a hot showers at bed time, one after the other. You don’t have to wait for the hot water heater to heat up the entire tank of water before setting foot into the shower because if you don’t wait, you’ll be drenched in cold water.
Do you need multiple tankless water heaters in your home?
If you are planning to do laundry and wash dishes in the dishwasher at the same time, you can install separate tankless water heaters in your home because using these appliances at the same time will overwork the tankless water heater. Ordinary tank water heaters also cannot handle the flow into the washing machine, dishwasher, and the shower at the same time. Installing multiple tankless water heaters solves the hot water shortage problem by supplying all of the hot water that your family needs at the same time.
Are tankless water heaters expensive?
A tankless water heater is more expensive as an initial expense when compared to the ordinary tank water heater, but the energy savings will make up for this initial expense. Over the 20 year life span of your tankless water heater, your revenue savings will offset the extra outlay from the initial purchase and installation by Karl’s Plumbing, Heating, and Cooling’s Master Plumbers.
Tankless Water Heater Repair and Maintenance
If you already have a tankless water heater installed and it isn’t working properly, the Master Plumbers from Karl’s Plumbing, Heating, and Cooling can diagnose the problem and repair it. They are highly skilled, well trained professionals with decades of combined experience. Regular inspections of the tankless water heater include checking the heating element and the water pipes. Schedule the routine checkup of your tankless water heater by calling Karl’s Plumbing, Heating, and Cooling.