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    "I recommend this company freely." - Wholesale Tankless Review

    Last updated 3 years ago

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    • I've been using this Rinnai tankless water heater for a month and am loving it. Great quality, very powerful and easy to operate. I would buy Rinnai again if I need another tankless water heater in the future. Wholesale Tankless was very helpful and knowledgeable, I recommend this company freely.

       

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    Tips for Financing Your New Tankless Water Heater

    Last updated 3 years ago

    Tankless water heaters are not only a huge convenience, but they are also eco-friendly. In addition to enjoying these benefits, buying a tankless water heater is also affordable thanks to the variety of financing options and rebates available. Here are a few tips on financing your new tankless water heater from Wholesale Tankless, Inc.

    Look Over Your Credit Report
    Before financing anything, it’s a good idea to clean up your credit score. Order a free credit report online and take a close look at it. If you notice any unpaid balances, pay them as soon as you can. If you see that there are errors in your credit report, contact the credit-reporting agency that issued your report and let them know. Doing this will raise your credit score and improve your chances of obtaining affordable financing for your tankless water heater.

    Apply For Financing
    After double-checking your credit report, it’s time to apply for financing. If you cannot obtain financing from your local tankless water heater company, ask them for a recommendation for where you can obtain a loan. Check with your local bank and credit union to see what’s available to you.

    Federal Government Tax Rebate
    As long as your tankless water heater is for your primary home of residence, you can obtain a $300 federal tax credit. You can combine this rebate with other rebates too. Just be sure that you submit form 5695 with your tax return.

    Texas Gas Service Rebate
    If you have an active Texas Gas Service account and you live within the city limits of Austin, Sunset Valley, Rollingwood, West Lake Hills, Cedar Park, or Kyle, you may be eligible for a $600 tax credit with your purchase of a new tankless water heater. To qualify for the rebate, a licensed contractor must install the tankless water heater.

    For a great selection of tankless water heaters, come to Wholesale Tankless. Visit our website to see our inventory and to learn more about the rebates we have to offer you. And give us a call at (877) 278-2253 if you have any questions for our tankless water heater experts.

    Wholesale Tankless Testimonial

    Last updated 3 years ago

    At Wholesale Tankless, we put our customers first, so kind words of appreciation from them mean a lot to us. Hear about one of our Florida customer's experience with us in this video testimonial.

    Rinnai Tankless Water Heater Features

    Last updated 3 years ago

    Conventional storage-tank water heaters can take up to 16 cubic feet of floor space. Rinnai units, on the other hand, are only the size of a carry-on suitcase. Watch the video clip to learn more about Rinnai tankless water heaters.

    Rinnai tankless water heaters can be installed on virtually any wall, inside or outside. In addition to offering excellent energy efficiency, Rinnai tankless water heaters are also cost-efficient. They are built to last for up to 20 years, which is twice as long as many traditional storage-tank water heaters. To discover everything that makes Rinnai tankless water heaters superior to the competition, watch the video clip.

    If you are interested in learning more about the advantages of owning a Rinnai tankless water heater, call Wholesale Tankless at (877) 278-2253. Visit our website to see our entire inventory of eco-friendly tankless water heaters or contact us if you have any questions.

    Signs That It May Be Time to Replace Your Water Heater

    Last updated 3 years ago

    All water heaters, even the most efficient tankless water heaters, will eventually need to be replaced. If you are experiencing problems with your water heater, it may make more sense to repair it rather than replace it. Here are a few signs that will indicate that it is time to replace your water heater.

    Your Water Heater is More Than 10 Years Old
    Conventional water heaters with a storage tank typically only last for 10-13 years. If your water heater is approaching the end of its lifetime and is becoming costly to repair, replacement will make more sense than repairing it.

    Your Water Heater is Inefficient
    Older water heaters with storage tanks are expensive to maintain and use when compared to a tankless water heater. In fact, tankless water heaters can be up to 20% more energy efficient. Replacing your conventional water heater with a tankless model can save you up to $700 on your energy bills.

    Your Water Heater is Leaking
    Water heaters naturally develop a buildup of minerals that react with the steel on the inside of the tank, which corrodes it over time. When corrosion starts to wear out the tank, it will develop a leak. Unfortunately, after a water heater begins to leak, it can be extremely costly to repair.  

    You Want to Take Advantage of Tax Credits and Rebates
    New tankless water heaters come with tax credits and rebates, but some of these discounts are only available through the end of the year, or until funds run out. Invest in a water heater while you can, and you may enjoy a discount between $300 and $900.

    Once you replace your water heater, it’s a good idea to maintain it regularly by having it cleaned out once per year. To invest in a new Rinnai tankless water heater, call Wholesale Tankless at (877) 278-2253 or visit our website today. We also offer high-quality water heater maintenance that will keep your tankless water heater in great condition for years.



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