Tankless water heaters may be a good fit for Bellevue living.
Good jobs, schools, homes and community events are all part of what makes Bellevue a specials place in America.
A thriving downtown has lead to a number of people embracing urban living to be close to activities and work.
Urban living sometimes means smaller living spaces and in those cases a tankless water heater may be ideal for recouping some of that space that is at a premium.
Old tank style water heaters with 40 to 60 gallon capacity are generally around 60" tall and 24" wide. Thats a lot of bulk taking up precious real estate in a home where space is at a premium. A tankless water heater, in comparison, might be the size of a desktop computer tower, around 20" wide by 28" tall and just 10" deep.
That's a lot of space that could be used for other purposes!
In recent years, there has been increasing buzz in the media about tankless water heaters, and the energy saving benefits they can provide. Many people have yet to convert to tankless water heaters in Bellevue however, because they do not know the specific benefits that tankless water heaters can provide homeowners with. If your homes water heater is reaching the end of its lifespan, consider switching to a tankless water heater. Here are just a few of the many benefits that doing so can provide.
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Steady Supply of Hot Water
Everyone who has had a traditional tank water heater knows how frustrating it can be trying to coordinate the use of hot water, especially if you live with people who take long showers. A 50 gallon tank water heater can take up to an hour to reheat after all of the hot water within it has been used, which can be frustrating when one needs to take a shower after another member of the family. Luckily, this is not an issue with tankless water heaters. Since tankless water heaters only heat water as you need it, you can be ensured that you will have the proper amount of hot water your family needs.
Tankless water heaters have a longer lifespan than traditional water heaters, usually lasting up to 20 years before needing to be replaced. Tank water heaters on the other hand need to be replaced on average every ten years. Purchasing a tankless water heater will save you the hassle and cost of having to purchase multiple tank water heaters during the lifespan of one tankless water heater.
Saves Money and Energy
The problem with tank water heaters is that they heat a certain amount of water within their tank, and they keep this water heated at all times so that it will be ready when you need it. This is extremely wasteful, and costs you a great deal of money each year in energy bills just to keep your hot water supply maintained. Tankless water heaters on the other hand are more efficient as they only heat the water you are going to use as you are using it.
There are many benefits that homeowners can receive by having a tankless water heater installed in their home. Contact us to find out more about the benefits that these units can provide, as well as to find out about having one installed in your home.
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