August 19, 2021 • In GEM Featured Blog Post, Plumbing • 2 Min Read

Why It’s Time To Consider Tankless Water Heater Installation

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By GEM

Are you looking to lend your basement some more space? The water heater is a mysterious contraption to many homeowners. It’s often big, loud, rusty, and who knows what goes on in that thing? Have you ever considered the trade-offs between a tank or tankless water heater?  

A tank isn’t a necessary component of an efficient water heater. Switching to a tankless system in your New England home has its perks: instant hot water and instant savings.

How Does a Tankless Water Heater Work?

So, how does a tankless water heater work without its “right-hand man”? Unlike traditional water heaters that store hot water in their tanks, tankless units use an electric element or gas burner to warm your water as it travels through a pipe and into your unit.

Sounds great, right? But what’s the point of making the switch if you already have a tank installed? Making the change could be well-worth the investment when you take into account all of its benefits!

The Benefits of Going Tankless in New England

Along with the added space in your home, consider the following reasons for switching to a tankless water heater in your Rhode Island or Massachusetts home:

Hot & healthy water on demand

Are you tired of having your family stick to a strict bathing schedule? With a tankless water heater, you won’t have to wait your turn for a warm shower. Tankless systems deliver hot water to your taps instantaneously and continuously.

No tank also means your unit poses no threat to leaks or bursts, and a rusty system that potentially gives contaminated water a free pass into your home.

Energy efficient & eco-friendly

Tankless water heaters are significantly more eco-friendly and energy-efficient than their traditional counterparts. 

Standard water heaters waste energy by storing hot water in a tank even when the tap isn’t running. Tankless units, however, utilize just enough energy to heat water when it’s in use. When your home’s heating expenses roll around, your wallet won’t have to take as big a hit.

Longer life span

The average water heater calls it quits after 10 years, but did you know a tankless system can last up to two or three times longer? Following proper water heater maintenance, you can save big on hot water by avoiding premature replacement in your New England home.

Are Tankless Water Heaters Worth it?

Traditional water heaters are a great way to heat your home’s water, but if you’re looking for the highest return on your investment, a tankless water heater may be the way to go. You’ll worry less about energy costs, tank leaks, flooding, and your system will last much longer.

Tankless Water Heater Installation in New England

Ready to save time and money with a tankless system in your New England home? Tankless water heater installation has never been easier with GEM by your side! We’ll ensure your home has a tankless system that keeps your home’s hot water running seamlessly.

Suppose you’re dealing with any issues or want your water heater system checked on. In that case, one of our HomeX Remote Assist technicians can lend a virtual helping hand ––we’ll walk you through your unit and assess any problems over video chat!

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