Why go Tankless?
There are several reasons to ditch the large tank and install a tankless water heater, including:
Tankless flushes are recommended to be completed every one to two years to prevent calcium build up within the units. This can prevent the heat exchanger from developing a leak, the most common issue when repairing tankless. The inside of these units are complicated and messy. They combine a motherboard with multiple gas and water lines. These heaters should only be maintained or repaired by your trained professional.
Tankless water heaters can be applied to several different applications, inside or outdoor. We have experience installing in all locations and can have it completed the same day, in most cases. We offer sound advice of how to go tankless and sometimes whether or not you should go tankless at all. Tankless water heaters can involve new gas sizes/lines and complete replacement of the venting system. These should most definitely be done by your licensed plumbing contractor.