Is a Tank or Tankless Water Heater the Way to Go?

Monday, March 19th, 2018

tankless-water-heaterWe love giving our customers sound advice and answers to the questions that they ask. In this case, however, giving sound advice means that the best answer we can give is: it depends. There are far too many factors to consider when getting into the question of tank vs. tankless water heaters to provide a definitive answer in a blog post. Different homes have different needs, and different homeowners have different personal preferences.

So while we’d need to speak with you directly—and please do contact us with any questions that you have—to really get a feel for which system is right for you, we can give you some valuable information that can help you start to weigh your options in an informed manner. Both tank and tankless water heaters have their pros and cons, and we are determined to help you your ideal water heater in Visalia, CA. So let’s take a look at what each system has to offer.

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Water Heater FAQ: Tank or No Tank?

Monday, April 17th, 2017

tankless-water-heaterAs spring progresses slowly but surely toward the summer season, the majority of homeowners are shifting their focus toward their air conditioning systems. Don’t get so preoccupied with thoughts of the warmer weather to come that you overlook your other systems and appliances, though. This is especially true of your water heater, which, unlike your heater or AC, does not have an off-season. If you are ready to replace an old water heater, or if you need to purchase one for a new home construction process, you need to choose that system carefully.

The two major contenders for most homeowners today are tank and tankless water heaters (though we also install and service solar water heaters). Because investing in a new water heater is a pretty major expense, and because you will rely on this system for so many daily tasks, it really is vital that you get the water heater best suited to your needs. When you schedule your water heater services in Madera, CA with us, you’ll have no doubt about it.

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Tankless Water Heater Tips: What to Consider Before Investing

Monday, August 22nd, 2016

While we’re willing to be that you can think of at least a few more exciting to spend your money on than a water heater, the fact of the matter is that no water heater will last forever. If and when you do need to replace your water heater, or if you are buying one for a brand new property, remember that there are multiple options to consider. The use of tankless water heaters in Kingsburg, CA has become more and more common over recent years.

A tankless water heater is not, of course, the right choice for every home or homeowner. Many can benefit greatly from the use of such a system, though. Read on to learn more about some points of consideration, and remember to schedule your water heater services with our team.

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Why Is My On Demand Water Heater Slow to Heat Water?

Tuesday, September 30th, 2014

Why Is My On Demand Water Heater Slow to Heat Water?If you’ve installed a new on demand water heater, also known as a tankless water heater, but aren’t receiving your hot water as quickly as you expected, you’re not alone. Many homeowners are surprised when their new tankless water heater doesn’t turn out to be the perfect solution they dreamed about. While there are lots of benefits to tankless water heaters, they do have some drawbacks, and a bit slower access to hot water can be one of them. 

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Before Replacing That Old Water Heater, Consider Going Tankless

Tuesday, January 14th, 2014

Before Replacing That Old Water Heater, Consider Going TanklessIf the storage-tank water heater in your Fresno area home is 10 years or older, it’s probably getting near the end of its useful service life. This is especially true if your conventional storage-tank heater has received minimal preventative maintenance, or if your water supply is full of minerals. While looking at suitable replacement units, or as a first-time installation in a new house, you may want to consider a tankless water heater. Although upfront cost for a tankless water heater is greater than for a conventional storage-tank type, the benefits, including reduced energy use, will last the lifetime of the unit. This should more than make up for the initial price difference.

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Will One Tankless Water Heater Be Enough?

Tuesday, February 28th, 2012

Tankless water heaters are sized according to how much hot water will be demanded, in gallons per minute, and how hot the temperature needs to be at the point of use. While tankless water heaters are an energy-efficient and convenient alternative to conventional storage water heaters, having them sized properly, or getting the right number of units for your home, is crucial to their good performance.

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