Tankless Water Heaters
More and more people are choosing tankless water heaters over traditional tanks these days, and for good reason. Tankless water heaters use gas or electricity to provide hot water on demand, reducing standby energy losses that cost you money. In addition, tankless water heaters typically last about twice as long as standard heaters. Many tankless heaters also qualify for a rebate, saving you even more money! Read more about the benefits of tankless water heaters here.
Your tankless heater needs to be professionally installed for optimal energy efficiency, and no one knows tankless water heaters better than we do. With state-of-the art technology and an expert staff of plumbing and HVAC specialists, we have the tools to tackle any job, big or small, residential or commercial. Plus, our experience and relationships with manufacturers allow us to offer all parts and labor at unbeatable prices!
We start by determining your demand, location, and application for hot water, then we customize a system designed to fit your needs and budget. Your project will be supervised from consultation to cleanup to ensure your complete satisfaction with the process, and our plumbing contractors will work around your schedule.
We offer a liberal selection of some of the best brand tankless water heaters available that include:
We install many residential tankless water heaters for kitchens and bathrooms, but they can also be used in garages, pool houses, hot tubs, outdoor sinks, etc.
Whether your plans are for residential or commercial applications, one thing you can count on is saving energy, which in turn helps save money and the environment! We can also repair and keep your existing tankless water heater in great condition through our conscientious maintenance program.
All Rinnai interior units utilize an exclusive cool-to-the-touch vent system that is sealed combustion and requires only one penetration through the roof or sidewall. Rinnai interior units can mount almost anywhere and can have a vent up to 41 feet long. They are designed to operate at outdoor temperatures as low as -30° F.
Exterior Rinnai units offer tremendous flexibility and safety. They are mounted on the exterior of your home so they require no floor space. While they are designed to operate to -30° F, care should be taken to properly install them in colder climates.