We Install & Repair Tankless Water Heaters Throughout San Diego

Life in San Diego can be expensive, but have you given much thought to how much money you could be saving by investing in a tankless water heater? Tankless water heaters make it easy to enjoy instant and endless hot water, without the energy waste of a traditional water heater.

Traditional Water Heaters Vs. Tankless Water Heaters

Here’s how tankless water heaters are different:

In order to provide you and your family with hot water for the shower, sink, dishwasher, and washing machine, traditional water heaters rely on a continuously heated supply of stored water.  To keep that water hot, energy must be used throughout the day and night, regardless of whether or not you’re up and about and using that hot water. In a nutshell: it’s wasted energy.

Not only that, but traditional water heaters run out of heated water once that storage supply is empty, which means you could be halfway through a shower when the reserve runs dry. Suddenly, that steamy and relaxing shower is anything but.

Tankless water heaters are different in that they, as the name implies, do not have a tank in which to store water. Instead, water is heated as needed, and passes through heated coils on its way to your faucet. That means you’re saving money on energy bills, without sacrificing the convenience of instantly ready hot water. In fact, investing in a tankless water heater could end up cutting your energy bills almost in half.

The Advantages Of A Tankless Water Heater

In addition to energy savings, here are some other advantages of a tankless water heater:

  • You enjoy instant hot water, no matter how big your home or family, and no matter how much you need. With a tankless water heater, everyone gets to start the day with a hot shower, which means a happier family and a more pleasant breakfast experience. That’s a win.
  • You enjoy cleaner water and a longer-lasting water heater. While traditional water heaters can accumulate rust and lime scale buildup (which is then added to the water you’re using), tankless water heaters have no tank of stored water in which to accumulate that rust or lime scale buildup. That means your water is cleaner and fresher when it comes out of the faucet. Additionally, your water heater will last longer than a traditional water heater would, because there’s no tank to rust through or corrode. How much longer will your tankless water heater last? Typically about twice as long as a traditional water heater!
  • You can enjoy more hot water in smaller spaces. Most tankless water heaters are about the size of a standard suitcase, which means less space is needed for installation. That’s great news for homeowners with smaller homes and smaller spaces for storing the water heater.
  • You enjoy a leak-free hot water experience. Without a storage tank to burst or leak, you don’t have to worry about big water problems and leaks causing water damaging your home. Who wouldn’t mind one less worry?

Save Time, Money & Frustration With A New Tankless Water Heater

If you have teenagers, you likely have to fight for time in the bathroom in the mornings, and by the time you get in there, the hot water’s gone. Well here at Steele Plumbing, we think you deserve a hot shower, too!

Invest in a tankless water heater and never have to worry about cold showers or timing your laundry and dishes around your morning routine. Save time. Save money. Save your sanity.

Call 619-254-7285 or reach out to us here on our website to request an appointment with one of our licensed plumbers today. We’re here to answer any questions you may have about tankless water heaters and our experts provide fast, professional installation — guaranteed.

Are you having problems with your tankless water heater? From venting repairs to sensor repairs, our team can take care of it fast. Just give us a call!

 

Let one of our professional, trained plumbers make sure that the pressure regulator for your home or business is doing its job properly. We can help with other water saving options, too…just ask.