Tankless Water Heater Solutions
In addition to installing tank style water heaters, we also install tankless water heaters. Tankless water heaters typically last about three times as long as standard heaters. And numerous tankless heaters qualify for a three hundred dollar energy rebate, saving you even more!
However, your tankless water heater needs to be professionally installed for optimal energy efficiency, and no one knows tankless water heaters better than we do. With state-of-the art technology and an expert plumbing staff, we have the tools to tackle any job, big or small, residential or commercial. Plus our experience and relationships with manufacturers allow us to offer all parts and labor at unbeatable prices!
We start by determining your demand, location, and application for hot water, then we customize a system designed to fit your needs and budget. Your project will be supervised from consultation to cleanup to ensure your complete satisfaction with the process, and our plumbers will work around your schedule.
The Advantages to a Tankless Water Heater are:
- Uses less energy
- Can save you up to 50% on your water heating costs
- Endless hot water
- Use numerous showers at one time, with no loss in volume or pressure
- Energy efficiency tax credits
- Up to three times the life expectancy of a standard tank type water heater
- Longer warranties
- Great investments
- No bulky 40 or 50 gallon tank of water sitting in your home, or worse, your attic
- Save space (most are about the size of a small suitcase)
- Peace of mind
Tankless water heaters can also be used in garages, pool houses, hot tubs, outdoor sinks, etc. Whether your plans are for residential or commercial applications, one thing you can count on is saving energy, which in turn helps save money, and the environment!
Federal Tax Credits up to $1500
The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 signed on February 17, 2009, by President Obama has made significant changes to homeowner tax credits for specified energy-efficient home improvements including qualifying, residential water heaters. Some of the more significant changes include the extension of the tax credit through 2010 and the increase in the total available tax credit from 10% to 30%.