tankless water heater

Living in the 21stcentury, it is important to have an infrastructure in your house that is up to date. If you are looking to outfit your home with the most effective and efficient systems, a Tankless Water Heater is a great place to start. These water heaters only produce hot water as needed, which doesn’t create standby energy loss (which costs you extra money). In fact, they are rated to be 24%-34% more energy efficient than conventional storage tank water heaters (for homes that use 41 gallons of water daily). As implied by their name, these heaters do not use a storage tank, yet are able to deliver a constant supply of hot water. Generally, these heaters are gas or electrically powered, although gas has the advantage of a better flow rate.

While Tankless Water Heaters can be pricy up front, it is an investment that will save you money in the long run. Typical storage water heaters are rated to last 10-15 years while Tankless Heaters are rated to have a life expectancy of over 20 years. We want our customers to have the best equipment in their home so they can live at ease. In fact, we want to give you $100 off the purchase and installation of a Tankless Water Heater when you choose to upgrade, because with A&R, your comfort is our service.

Click here to save $100 off a Tankless Water Heater with A&R.

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  1. I have never had a tankless water heater before. I live in a rented house, and the old tank water heater just quit. I told the landlord, a tankless would be a good idea. I think he’ll go for it. I don’t know how much he knows about them. I see the term “point of use”, does that mean you have to have one for the bathroom and one for the kitchen, (they are not wall to wall). What’s the deal here? I also see that they vary greatly in price. Does that indicate capacity? We are not a big family, just me and my granddaughter. Showers, washing machine, plus dishwashing by hand. That’s all.

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