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Top Reasons Why Homeowners Switch to Tankless Water Heaters

Last updated 5 years ago

Tankless water heaters are some of the newest and most efficient water heaters you can buy. Many people have already made the switch from storage-tank to tankless. Here are the top reasons why so many homeowners have switched to using a tankless water heater.

Save Money on Your Energy Bills
Unlike conventional storage-tank water heaters, Rinnai tankless water heaters only provide hot water when it is needed. Due to this more efficient design, Rinnai tankless water heaters will reduce your energy bills by up to 40%.

Enjoy Unlimited Hot Water
Rinnai tankless water heaters do not store water and re-heat it. Instead, they heat the water as it is being used. This means you can use hot water with several appliances without having to worry about running out. If you hate feeling freezing cold water at the end of your shower, you will love the convenience of a new Rinnai tankless water heater.

Save Space in Your Home
Conventional water heaters sometimes take up to 16 square feet of floor space. If you want to maximize the space in your home, a tankless water heater is ideal, as they can be installed on almost any wall on the inside or the outside of your home.

Reduce Your Carbon Footprint
In addition to saving you money on your energy bills, the energy-efficiency of a tankless water heater gives you the peace of mind of knowing that you are using one of the most eco-friendly water heaters available. This is exactly why many tankless water heaters come with a generous federal tax credit.

Wholesale Tankless offers a great selection of tankless water heaters. To find out more about how tankless water heaters work and the advantages of owning one, call us at (877) 278-2253 or visit our website to browse our selection of Rinnai tankless water heaters.


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