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The Tankless Water heater in New Haven and Fairfield Counties, CT

The Tankless Water Heater

Tankless technology that saves you time.

If you've been thinking about investing in a tankless water heater, but haven't made a commitment, think no more. Going tankless with your water heater is a wonderful idea. These water heaters are growing in popularity; however, most consumers are still concerned. Majority are unsure of investing in the new and unusual. However, this article is designed to take the worry and fear out of making a purchase.

All the great benefits

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  1. Twice the lifespan – a tankless unit lasts longer than a tanked one. The tankless heaters have a lifespan of nearly 20 years. If you’re lucky, you get 10-12 out of your tanked one. This is a benefit that saves you money over time.
  2. Space saver – if space is limited, then installing a tankless water heater is definitely a good idea. Small and wall mountable for added convenience, you can enjoy an unlimited supply of hot water and benefit from a significant amount of free space.
  3. Endless hot water - Heat as much water as you need without paying to keep it stored. Simply turn on the hot water faucet and enjoy enough hot water to finish your shower. With a tankless model you benefit from an unlimited supply. Why pay to heat water that's not in use?
  4. Economic efficiency - Save money on your energy bill! A tanked water heater constantly uses energy to heat and reheat water. Standby heat loss creates waste. Since going green is on everyone's mind, a tankless heater is a great investment. They allow you to easily reduce waste and enjoy economic efficiency.
  5. Low maintenance - Tankless units are easy to maintain. Unlike its counterpart, this version doesn't house water 24 hours a day. Lime scale buildup and corrosion are virtually eliminated. Cleaning the unit is necessary, but it's an easy process being less extensive than emptying a 30-40 gallon tank.

Tankless Water Heater Types

There are two kinds of these water heaters: point-of-use and whole house.

Point-Of-Use - A point-of-use water heater can be installed under a sink or near a shower or washer dryer. If used this way, a point-of use unit supplies hot water to the immediate area only.

If this is going to be your primary source of hot water, you'll need to install more than one unit. If it's not, then it's important to know you'll still need a primary source of hot water. This unit will supplement your existing tanked one very well.

Whole House - A whole house version is typically installed in a garage or closet and is designed to provide hot water to multiple outlets. Although this type of water heater is larger than point-of-use models, they're still compact in size, making them great space savers.

Like a point-of-use system, they are wall mountable and a great replacement for the tanked one you're using. No matter which version of you choose, you're guaranteed to appreciate its efficiency and space saving design.

Choosing the Perfect Water Heater

Choosing to invest in a water heater is the first decision. After that, selecting one to meet your needs is the next step. Knowing how the water will be used and how often is important. All of this information combined will help you select the perfect model.

We are proud to provide products by prestigious companies such as Rinnai.

Once you've made a selection and had it professionally installed, you can enjoy the benefits of an economically efficient and compact water heater that's guaranteed to meet your needs for years to come.

Here at Climate Partners, we can help you choose and install the best tankless water heater for your needs. If you’re in New Haven and Fairfield Counties, CT, or in the surrounding areas, don’t hesitate to call 203-457-8581 or visit our contact page.

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