Tankless Water Heater Installation

After every ten to fifteen years or so, you may start to find that the water heater in your home just isn’t working as well as it used to. By this time, any issues you are having with your water heater aren’t likely to be resolved any time soon. It will probably be a lot more cost effective to get yourself a bran new water heater. If your water heater is over a decade old, it may be a good idea to plan ahead now and have it replaced.  You do not want to wake up to an icy cold shower one morning before work!  Now may be the time to consider a tankless water heater.  For a tankless water heater installation, we at Highmark Electrical are you go to choice for a professional installation.

Tank vs Tankless Water Heater

Most people have a water heater that heats up water in a tank installed in their homes. While these types of water heaters are among the most common and least expensive to purchase, they aren’t the best choice for the long term when it comes to energy costs and their ability to provide hot water when you need it. With a tankless heater, you will be able to heat water on demand as you require it, so there won’t be any energy wasted on maintaining the temperature of water in a tank.

You can also save a great deal of space by switching to a tankless heater, which can open up room for storage in your utility room. Some tankless heaters can even provide you with a rebate or a tax incentive for all the energy you will be saving. While they may initially cost more than a traditional tank heater, a tankless water heater will last longer and provide hot water on demand for less money over time.

Is It Time to Upgrade Your Water Heater?

Below we have provided you with a brief list of issues to look for or be aware of when trying to determine whether you will need a new water heater in the near future:

Your heater is more than fifteen years old

Water is not heated effectively

Minor leaks in the tank

Excessive corrosion

Moisture around the base

It is emitting a foul odour

Tank has rusted through

Significant sediment build-up that has clogged water lines

Rust colored tap water

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