Why Tankless?Tank vs. Tankless
Conventional tanks keep heating water 24/7, even when there is no need. Nearly three of every four water heaters fail due to a tank bursting or leaking 30 to 80 gallons of rusty water – depending on tank size – in your finished basement, attic or garage.
Tankless are energy efficient that heat water ῝on-demand῞ which means it’s on when you need it, and off when you don’t.
You’ll enjoy hot water when you want it, for as long as you need it. Take a shower, do laundry and wash dishes all at the same time! With tankless water heaters.
On-demand systems can help you reduce energy costs, save space in your home, and offer hot water when you need it. Take a shower, do laundry and wash dishes all at the same time! With tankless water heaters.
If you love saving money and making energy-efficient upgrades to your home, looking into a tankless system may be right up your alley.
Recent findings of real estate experts all over the United States show that making green upgrades to your home can help it sell faster and for a higher price. In July of 2012, USA Today reported that homes with green upgrades sell for almost 10% more than homes in the same area without energy-efficient features.
Enjoy endless hot water and save up to 50% on utility bills, plus qualify for Tax Credit & Rebates on certain Models.
Water heating makes up about 18% of the average utility bill. While a tankless water heater costs more upfront, your operating costs ... While a typical tank water heater is supposed to last 10 to 13 years, on average. The cost analysis it beat gas tankless heaters ($200 a year vs ... tank water heater).
Gas Tankless Water Heaters
Fix-R-US offers variety of gas tankless hot water heater options for homes & business of all sizes. You can select from varies Brands & Models of high efficiency, longer lasting, durable, clean & fresh endless supply of hot water.
Condensing gas tankless water heaters are ultra-efficient systems. Unlike traditional non-condensing water heaters, a condensing unit captures latent condensation heat from exhaust gas and uses it to preheat the incoming cold water, condensing tankless water heaters 10% more efficient than a traditional tankless water heater.
Electric Tankless Water Heaters
Electric tankless hot water heaters are one of the best available solutions on the market because they are able to balance performance, efficiency, life expectancy and convenience.
Our compact electric tankless and mini tank water heaters are perfect solutions for a variety of commercial and residential applications. Ideal for improvements (ie; office suite with a shower), smaller homes, garage apartments, in-law suites and anywhere else you need hot water directly at the point-of-use.
Hot water heating can get quite costly, so by investing in tankless solution, you can dramatically reduce your utility costs and become a more eco-friendly home. According to the Department of Energy, the average household spends $400 to $600 each year on water heating, making it the second largest monthly home expense. In fact, $0.14 to $0.18 of every utility dollar goes toward heating your home’s water.
Electric-powered water heaters are less expensive than gas-water heaters. Electric water heaters cost more to operate than gas-powered water heaters because electricity is more expensive than gas.
Electric water heaters also take longer to bring up the temperature of cold water than do gas-powered water heaters, according to ConsumerEnergyCenter.org, natural gas is significantly less expensive on an annual basis than both propane gas and electricity for the purpose of powering water heaters. If you already have gas lines it may be financially beneficial to run a gas line to the water heater. Residents in rural locations not having natural gas lines may opt to use propane for heating water as it is usually less expensive than electricity.
Electric water heater's energy cost can range from $439 to $463 yearly.