Why You Should a Install Tankless Water Heater in Garland

Tankless Water Heater Repairs Are Easier Than Those on Standard Storage Type UnitsIn Garland, tankless water heaters are one of the hottest products  in the plumbing business. Our Garland plumbers have known about these little gems for quite a long time. We've been suggesting the switch to tankless systems for the last decade. Why should you install one (or more)?

  • You can save up to 70% on your water heating bill by installing them at every faucet.
  • They are efficient, only using energy when hot water is needed.
  • You lose no production over a traditional storage tank model.
  • Water temperature remains constant, there are no fluctuations in temperature.
  • If a tankless water heater ruptures, it doesn't flood the area.
  • It is far smaller than the traditional water heater (and it mounts to the wall, freeing up floor space).
  • They last for 20 years, almost twice as long as traditional storage tank models.

What Size Tankless Water Heater Do I Need for My Garland Home?

To determine the size and type of tankless water In Garland, Tankless Water Heaters Are Helping To Solve the Water Shortage Issuesheater system that you should install in your home, calculate the highest volume of hot water flow that you will be using at one time. The easiest way is to determine the number of gallons per minute (gpm) that your common hot water appliances use. Most of this information is available either in the documentation that came with the appliance, by calling the manufacturer, or by looking it up online. If you cannot find this on your own, one of our Garland tankless water heater specialists can help.

For example, if you commonly take a shower and run the dishwasher at the same time you would add these two appliances together to determine the needed gpm rating for your tankless system. If the shower head uses 2 gpm and the dishwasher uses 5gpm, you'd need a total tankless water heater capacity of 7 gpm. This would require two electric models (as they usually top out at 4 gpm or one large gas-fire tankless water heater at 7 or 8 gpm).