Looking to Upgrade Your Water Heater? Here's 3 Reasons to Go Tankless

Does it seem like your hot showers are getting shorter and shorter? You might be in need of a new water heater.

Like every other appliance in your home, the day will eventually come when your hot water heater needs to be replaced. This usually only happens every 12-15 years, so it’s not very often you find yourself shopping for a new one.

If it’s been a while since you were last in the market for a hot water heater, you might be overwhelmed by the amount of new options available. One of the biggest differences nowadays is the popularity of tankless water heaters.

Tankless water heaters are just what they sound like – a water heater without a holding tank. Instead of heating up several gallons of water and storing it in a reservoir for future use, it generates hot water as it is needed. This can offer many benefits, such as:

  1. Saving you money. Tankless water heaters will save you money on your utility bills, since they only require energy when they are being used. Compare this to traditional water heaters, which constantly consume energy to keep the reservoir tank hot 24/7. Tankless models also have a longer lifespan and require less maintenance work, preventing costly breakdowns and repairs.

  2. Supplying unlimited hot water. Running out of hot water is a problem of the past. As long as your tankless heater is properly sized for your home, you can enjoy a virtually unlimited supply of hot water.

  3. Saving you space. With the minimalism trend becoming more and more popular, space is now at a higher premium than ever. Tankless water heaters are small enough to be mounted to a wall, or under a cabinet – saving precious floorspace for the things that really matter.

Are you ready to make the switch to tankless? Contact Virginia’s water heating experts at Air Treatment Company today. We can professionally install your new tankless water heater and have you up-and-running in no time. If you live in Fairfax County or the surrounding area, give us a call at (703) 270-0881.

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