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Published On: Tue, Apr 9th, 2019

Why You Should Invest in a Tankless Water Heater

Water and electricity are one of those utilities that one cannot survive without. Unfortunately, the scarcity factor often makes both these utilities expensive to consume. The situation further worsens when you require heated water because it means you will be using electricity to heat the water who results in soaring electricity bills. However, heated water is vital for domestic uses and is something you cannot do without. However, you can always used improved technology to make your consumption much more cost effective.

The conventional water heaters used tank-based systems where water is stored in tanks and is heated for use. That means that you will have to rerun the heater again every time the tank runs out of the water. Tankless water heaters make life much easier and hassle-free. There are some of the best tankless water heaters available in the market, yet many conventional water heater loyalists often question the need of going for the tankless water heating systems. Here are a few reasons why you should consider investing in a tankless water heater.

Cost-Effective

Many people feel reluctant to go for tankless water heaters because they cost much higher than the conventional water heating systems. Although it is true that the initial costs for the tankless water heater are much higher, what most people overlook is that initial costs are only one-time costs while it is the monthly utility bills that are the recurring costs and need to be cut down. If you compare the running costs of both the systems, tankless water heating systems can save your energy costs by up to 30% in the long run. That means that while you will be investing a higher amount in the first month, you will be saving 30% of your energy bills every month.

Long Lifespan

The one-time costs still matter for most people because every equipment needs replacement after a certain period of time. Regardless of how cost-effective a system is in terms of running costs, it becomes pointless if you have to make the investment again after a few years. Interestingly, a good tankless water heater can go easily beyond 20 years which is yet another good reason to make that investment.

Saves Time

Have you ever experienced the frustration when you are the last person to shower only to figure out that you have run out of hot water supply? The worst thing is that when you have to rush to work early morning and you have to wait for another fifteen minutes for the water to get heated. Tankless water heaters save your time by supplying heated water on demand. They only take a minute to heat gallons of water, thereby ensuring that you have a running supply of water at all times.

Lesser Space

Unlike conventional water heaters, tankless water heaters take much less space and are much easier to install. The sleek design does not only saves up space but is also visually much more appealing.

Easy to Maintain

One of the major concern when buying home appliances is how easy to maintain a piece of equipment is. Interestingly, tankless water systems are very easy to maintain. All you need is a white vinegar solution and an hour of Descaling time and you are good to go.

Author: Muhammad Tayyab

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