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Why go Tankless?
Tankless water heaters only turn on to heat water when it’s needed, which eliminates the need for a storage tank. When you turn on the shower, water passes through the heater and activates the unit.
These heaters are relatively small, which means they can be installed right where they’re needed, as opposed to a standard large tank, which usually is installed in the basement or a closet. Besides the space you save, there are other benefits.
With a standard hot water heater, you must keep a full tank of hot water. This means utilizing energy constantly because of the loss of heat from the tank and from the pipes that deliver the water. Homeowners who go tankless can expect to save between 10 to 15% on energy bills depending on the type and model.
Tankless water heaters have a much longer life expectancy than their traditional counterparts without the risk of leaks (usually 20 years or more). Tankless water heaters can heat water using electricity, gas, or propane.
Not sure if going tankless is for you?
Going tankless may not be for everyone – it all depends on your individual situation. Don’t hesitate to contact the experts at Abbott’s Plumbing and let us help you decide.
Abbott’s Plumbing is a manufacturer authorized sales, service and installation dealer for Noritz Tankless Water Heaters.
Featured Tankless Water Heaters
Noritz offers a variety of tankless hot water heater options for homes of all sizes. You can select from our high efficiency ecoTOUGH™ line, our durable ProTOUGH™ line or our cost effective ValueSolutions line.
Isn’t it time your home made the switch?
The water heater is probably the appliance least thought about in the home – until it fails. And when water heater go bad, many do so in grand (ugly) fashion. Nearly three of every four water heaters fail due to a tank bursting or leaking 30 to 80 gallons of rusty water – depending on thank size – in your finished basement, attic or garage. New technologies can shave anywhere from 7 to 55 percent off household water-heater costs.
Having problems with your existing water heater?
When you contact us, we’ll dispatch a technician to inspect your system and troubleshoot the problem. Our certified plumbers have the knowledge and skill to diagnose the issue and determine whether your unit can be repaired or needs to be replaced.
Why Abbott’s Plumbing?
Abbott’s Plumbing is a leader in repair and replacement of electric hot water heaters. We are factory-authorized representatives for service of State, Noritz, Rheem, Ruud, Richmond, and GE Water heaters. Our plumbers can diagnose and fix the problem or recommend the appropriate replacement for your household depending on size and the availability of fuel sources.