Tankless Water Heaters in San Antonio

tankless water heaters in San Antonio

Tankless Water Heating System Installation & Repairs

A tankless water heater is energy-efficient as it only heats water when needed. This type of system can supply virtually endless amounts of hot water to multiple appliances simultaneously, without fluctuations in temperature. Texas Plumbing Diagnostics, supplies Rinnai, a world leader in this kind of water heating system.

Benefits of Tankless Water Heaters

An endless stream of hot water, and up to 40% in savings in energy costs are just two great reasons to select an energy-efficient tankless water heater over a conventional tank-style water heater.

For those who want to “go green,” because the tankless heating system prevents the loss of standby water and reduce energy consumption. They can also be located closer to the point of use, which helps to reduce water wasted while you’re waiting for hot water to arrive at the fixtures. These heaters can last up to 20 years, and, due to their smaller size, produce less waste for landfills.

tankless water heater installation and repairs

What is the Cost for Tankless?

The purchase and installation of a tankless water heater in your San Antonio home can easily be 3 to 4 times more than a conventional tank-style water heater, and homeowners should take this into account when evaluating the possibility of purchasing one. However, a tankless heating system is considered by many to be a better long-term investment when the energy savings and longevity are considered.

Tankless Water Heater Installation in San Antonio

TPD Plumbing always recommends that customers have a water softener before installing a tankless water heater. Heated water is much more reactive, and the corrosive nature of minerals can be very damaging to the heating system.

We do not recommend electric tankless heaters when they are to be used for the entire household. This is due to the tremendous pull on electrical power required to provide “instant” hot water. Electrical installations of this type would require at least two 220 volt outlets.

Call Texas Plumbing Diagnostics today to schedule your tankless water heater installation or repair.