|By PR Newswire||
|March 20, 2014 02:31 PM EDT||
ALPHARETTA, Ga., March 20, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Is your water heater more than ten years old, your energy bills getting out of hand, and you are constantly running out of hot water? Alpharetta plumber, R.S. Andrews strongly suggests you upgrade to a green technologies, tankless water heater.
Studies have proven that residential and commercial installations of tankless water heaters will save about 40% on water heating energy costs while enjoying the luxury of unlimited hot water on demand. A typical family can save hundreds per year with an ENERGY STAR qualified tankless water heater.
As anyone who has owned one knows, a standard water heater stores a limited quantity of hot water until it's needed, working around the clock to keep it at the desired temperature. When the faucet turns on, this pre-heated water flows directly to the tap. But these are terrible energy wasters when not in use. The water is often heated and reheated several times before it is used.
The Advantages of Going Green with a Tankless Water Heater
A tankless hot water heater, on the other hand, the turning of a faucet sends the water first to the unit, triggering a sensor that activates the heating element. The unit produces hot water within five seconds, keeping it at that temperature until it ceases flowing through. When someone turns off the faucet, the tankless water heater shuts off as well.
A tankless heater will never waste energy keeping stored water hot. Savings of up to 40% off your current water heating bill can be achieved, but you will probably use more hot water by taking longer, more enjoyable showers and baths.. In addition, these units cut down on waste. There'll be no more waiting for the water to heat up and no more hot showers that end too soon when the stored supply runs out.
Commercial Tankless Water Heaters
Most brands of tankless water heaters can be linked in tandem to produce the high volumes of hot water necessary for restaurants, hotels and industrial applications. Some can be combined to make more than 300 GPM using a single controller.
Tankless Water Heaters Last Up To 20 Years
Longevity is another reason to jump on this green technology. Conventional, storage tank water heaters can rust and require replacement after just 10 years, the tankless variety will easily last twice as long.
Selecting an Experienced Plumber to Install or Repair Tankless Water Heaters
A professional plumbing company should have the experience necessary to help you make the best choice. R.S. Andrews Plumbing has more than a decade of experience installing and repairing tankless water heaters in Alpharetta, GA by manufacturers as:
- Rheem and
Their plumbers can help you select the right location to position the unit for maximum efficiency.
Conventional Water Heater Repair and Installation
R.S. Andrews Plumbing understands that homeowners in Alpharetta work hard for their money. Because of that, their plumbers only install major brands of conventional water heaters like:
- A.O. Smith
- Sears - Kenmore
- Bradford White
- Richmond and
- State Industries.
About R.S. Andrews Plumbing
R.S. Andrews Plumbing and HVAC
BBB A+ rated plumbing repair contractor serving the entire Alpharetta area including Milton, Roswell, North Fulton, Sandy Springs, Dunwoody, Duluth, Lawrenceville, Johns Creek, and Atlanta, GA. The company employs certified technicians that are licensed, bonded, insured in residential and light commercial applications.
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