Tankless Water Heater Repair and Replacement in the Baltimore Area
You won’t run out of hot water in your home when you have a tankless water heater! When it’s professionally installed by the hot water experts at At Your Service, you’ll enjoy energy savings and instant hot water for many years to come.
Instant Hot Water: your water will be heated the instant you turn the hot faucet on. No waiting for a tank of water to be heated.
Save on Energy Costs: You’re not wasting money paying the energy costs of keeping a tank full of water heated, as is the case with a traditional hot water tank.
Less Maintenance: There’s less maintenance to concern yourself with when you invest in a tankless water heater because there’s no tank to rust or leak.
Will I Save Money With A Tankless Water Heater?
While tankless water heaters cost more upfront, they have proven to save money in the long run due to their efficiency in heating water on demand. The U.S. Department of Energy estimated that tankless heaters save an average of $108 per year over tank-style water heaters. That savings, when paired with other factors such as endless hot water supply, longer service life, compact size, lower month-to-month costs, and longer warranties, means they pack a big punch when it comes to cost-effective solutions for heating water in your home.
How Do I Choose What Size Water Heater I Need?
When it comes to selecting the right size water heater for your home, this is best left to the professionals. The experienced team at At Your Service can determine the optimal size for your tankless water heater, factoring in your hot water usage, the size of your home, and your budget.
If you have questions regarding sizing or models of tankless water heaters, don’t hesitate to reach out to our knowledgeable team today by calling us or scheduling your consultation online!
Can I Have A Tankless Water Heater If I Have Hard Water?
While tankless water heaters are not immune to the effects of hard water, the effects do seem to be minimal and less immediate. As water moves through the heat exchanger of your tankless water heater, the minerals will drop out of suspension, and most will be cleared out with the water flushing through – thus, the buildup of scale takes a much longer time to impact your system. Some manufacturers even offer built-in scale detection, which will alert you when the unit needs to be flushed. Likewise, tankless water heaters still have the capability of treating your water with a water softener, which will further increase the life span of your unit.