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When the temperature begins to drop, who does not love a hot bath? In fact, it is almost impossible to imagine a life without the modern-day convenience of water heaters. However, as a compact and energy-efficient lifestyle becoming the new norm, an increasing number of homeowners are looking for smart water heating fixtures that yet provide the same performance as a conventional water heater.

And if you are one such homeowner, this post is for you. Here you will find eight reasons why you should go for a tankless water heater this winter season.

Tankless Water Heaters are Compact

Unlike conventional water heaters that take up a lot of space (up to 20 cubic feet), tankless water heaters are compact. They save space. But do you know exactly how much space-saving you get with tankless water heaters? With tankless water heaters, you can save as much as 12 cubic feet. That’s because tankless water heaters are compact, sometimes even smaller than the size of a laptop. So you can install them literally anywhere you want.

Tankless Heaters Saves Bills

Another great reason why you should go for a tankless water heater this winter season is that it offers a great saving on bills. According to the State Department of Energy, tankless water tankless can contribute to a significant saving on utility bills. If you are using a gas-fired tankless heater, you can save an average of $108 every year one. Moreover, if you have an electric tankless heater, you can save around $50 annually compared to conventional water heaters.

Tankless water heaters offer this advantage because of their self-modulating technology. It has a built-in sensor that detects the water temperature and flow rate and turns on the burners only when required. This brings us to another advantage of tankless water heaters that they are energy efficient.

Tankless Water Heaters are Energy Efficient

Unlike a conventional water heater that works 24/7 to maintain the water temperature, tankless water heaters work only when required. The built-in sensor identifies the need for hot water based on flow rates and water temperature. This feature alone can lead to a saving of $100 or more per year. However, the actual saving depends upon your usage.

Tankless Water Heaters Have a Long Life

It is generally believed that tankless water heaters are not durable. That is not the case. In fact, tankless water heaters can last more than a conventional water heater. Here is why.

Tankless water heaters only work when required. So in an entire 24 hours, tankless water heaters operate only for an hour or two. On the other hand, conventional water heaters work round the clock to keep the stored water warm. With lesser usage, tankless water heaters are less prone to wear and tear, which enhances their lifespan.

Secondly, because water is not stored in a tank (unlike in a conventional water heater), there is a lower risk of a build-up of minerals such as calcium and magnesium. Mineral build-up in tanks often leads to damage to the tank, which is never the case with tankless water heaters.

They are Easy to Maintain

Since tankless water heaters are tankless, they are easy to maintain. There is no tank that you need to clean and maintain. All you need is a few minutes to descale the tankless system using its maintenance valve. For that, you are required to shut off the water valves so that the cold water does not flow inand use the recommended cleaner. If you are not sure how to go about the maintenance of your tankless water heater, it is best to call a professional plumber.

You Always Get Hot Water

With tankless water heaters, you don’t have to worry about using up all the hot water. Since tankless water heaters are usually installed at point-of-use, and the water is heated only when required, you can get a never-ending supply of hot water. As long as your faucet is running, you continue to get hot water which is often not the case in a conventional water heater. When the hot water in your tank is used up, it can take as long as 15 minutes for heating the water and restoring the supply of hot water.

Add Aesthetic Appeal to Your Bathroom

Another potential reason why you can go tankless this winter is that it adds aesthetic appeal to your bathroom. The sleek, chic look of a tankless water heater often gives a unique look to your bathroom. And it is not just the body of the water heater but also its functional screens and other features that add more to enhancing the visual aspect of your water heater. You can find some tankless water heaters that are so good; you can even flaunt them to the guests.

May Increase the Value of Your Property

Tankless water heaters are often considered an expensive investment. After all, they are almost three times more expensive than a conventional water heater. However, this additional expense comes with saving in terms of energy bills. Moreover, it can add value to your property as well. If you are considering selling your real estate, a tankless water heater stands out because it reflects a more energy-efficient home. Also, a water heater is often one of the first things that a new homeowner has to spend on. So if you already have a tankless water heater installed on your property and you do not want to take it along, it can increase the value of your property.

Mesa Plumbing At Your Service

Several reasons make tankless water heaters a desirable option. If you are planning to switch to tankless water heaters, Mesa Plumbing can help you find the right option for your needs. From installation to repair and maintenance, we offer all types of tankless water heater services. Contact us now at 480-832-1660 and find out more about our services.

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