Tankless Water Heater Installation & Repair Dallas / Fort Worth
Isn’t it time for your family to start enjoying the benefits of a tankless hot water heater and the significant energy savings that a quality system can offer, as in your Dallas / Fort Worth home. Berkeys Plumbing professionals will provide you with the advice, excellent service and quality workmanship for your tankless water heater installation and any repair need to be required.
Installation and Repair of Tankless Water Heaters in Dallas
Are you looking for ways to save big on your energy bills? A tankless water heater might be just what you need. To get one installed in your Dallas, TX home, call Berkeys right away. Our professionals provide expertise and friendly service to make sure you are 100% satisfied with your experience. We will install your tankless water heater right the first time.
Tankless Water Heater 101
You are probably used to thinking of water heaters as involving large tanks that hold and heat the water, keeping it at a constant temperature. This can burn through a lot of energy when it is not in use since it has to keep the water hot the whole time. A tankless water heater only starts working when you need the water. It is heated instantly and then heads through your plumbing system to the faucet or fixture that requires it. It is only active and consuming energy while you are using it, so it can be a great way to conserve the environment and shrink your budget.
Other Benefits of a Tankless Water Heater
Yes, it will save you money on your energy bills, but it also provides other benefits as well. Tankless water heaters do not have a tank, which can take up a lot of space in your home. You can use that space for other things, such as storage or even a play area. With a tankless water heater, you will never have to worry about running out of water in the middle of a shower again. With traditional water heaters, once the tank is empty, you have no more hot water until it fills and heats up again. With a tankless heater, the hot water just keeps coming. They have also proven to have longer lifespans than traditional tanks. In fact, they may last up to 10 years longer. This, plus the energy savings, despite the higher upfront costs make it a good investment.
Options for Tankless Water Heaters
You can get a tankless water heater that uses propane or natural gas. They also come in various models for single homes or smaller models that can be installed near where they are going to be used, such as the kitchen or bathroom.
We Recommend Rinnai
The biggest demand for hot water is usually in the morning when a family is getting ready for work and school. The tank is drained; it fills back up, the heater turns on and runs full blast as you walk out the door. You don’t need hot water then! Furthermore, the water cools and is re-heated in the tank several times each day, wasting energy and running up your utility bills, this makes your homes water heater decisions extremely valuable.
If you want to improve efficiency, save on utility bills, and have hot water instantly from bath and kitchen faucets, we recommend Rinnai tankless water heaters for their many advantages.
- Operating costs are up to 40% less
- Endless supply of hot water – water is heated as fast as it is used
- No waste of energy for reheating water over and over
- Small size permits flexible installation options inside and out
- Longer service life – 20 years average
- Unlike many competitors’ products, Rinnai tankless water heaters are engineered to work with “looped” recirculating plumbing installations
- Endless Supply of Hot Water
A Tankless Water Heater endlessly supplies your home with hot water, when you need it. This means a greater level of comfort, while saving energy and money on your utilities.
Berkeys is proud to offer the new Rinnai RH-180 Hybrid Water Heater. It combines the on-demand heating technology of a Tankless Water Heater with an efficient storage tank. The result is more than twice the capacity of a traditional tank.
Berkeys is ready to provide all the information you need in order to make an informed decision about your home’s type of water heater. The place for many homeowners to start is have a water heater inspection to see how well your current unit is working.