Many people are switching to tankless water heaters, a smaller system that is much more energy efficient. Though the tankless system is more expensive to purchase and install, they can save you money in the long run. Since this system only heats the water you use right now, they are sometimes called on demand water heaters. A downside, especially for larger families, is that the tankless system can only heat so much water at a time. If you buy a low flow system you might not be able to run the washing machine and bathtub with hot water at the same time. If you have a larger family you would either want to buy a heavier flow (More GPM’s) unit, or buy multiple units and pipe them in a parallel installation. Tankless water heaters tend to last about twice as many years as conventional tank type water heaters with proper installation and maintenance.
Tankless Water Heater Installation
Tankless water heaters use more gas when they fire because they heat the water so fast. Therefore, some cities are requiring a Gas Load Calculation Chart before installation. Call our experts to install your tankless water heater today!
Tankless Water Heater Repair
Tankless water heaters are not exempt from normal wear and tear and sometimes will require repair. If your tankless water heater is not operating normally, call the experts at Texas Green Plumbing to troubleshoot it, diagnose the issue, and repair it the best way possible.