Tankless Water Heaters

Never Run Out of Hot Water

Unless you have run out of hot water, chances are the hot water heater is not something you think of as a plumbing fixture. Hot water heaters are electric and gas powered. The gas powered water heater requires a vent tube for the noxious gases and fumes, an electrical water heater does not require venting.

Tankless Water Heaters

Hot Water "On Demand"

All parts on a hot water heater are easily replaceable by a qualified technician. The lone exception is the tank. A damaged water tank must be replaced. Rather than replace a standard hot water heater, you may want to consider a tankless or "On Demand" hot water system. Tankless water heaters differ from the standard water heaters in one specific way. A tankless heater heats water as you need it. There is no storage of water with a tankless water heater. This is the reason tankless heaters are called "On Demand" water heaters.

Benefits of Going Tankless

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Energy Efficient

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Money Savings

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Reduced Water Waste

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Less Waiting

More About Tankless Water Heaters

Electricity, gas or propane power tankless heaters like the standard water heaters. A tankless heater takes considerably less room than a water tank and can help conserve water usage. You are likely to see savings on your gas or electricity bill switching to a tankless heater in addition.

Replacing a hot water heater or installing a tankless water heater is a job for a certified plumber. Your certified plumber will know how to install the tankless heater and make the necessary electrical connections.

A tankless heater is sure to bring you many years of continuous hot water. No longer will there be a lag in the pipes as you wait for the hot water to flow. You get hot water instantly, every time

Bill Fenwick Plumbing, Inc. is an Authorized Service Provider of the Rinnai, Noritz, Eternal, & Bosch Tankless Water Heater. We specialize in changing your old style tank type water heater to the new tank less version to supply an endless amount of hot water. Utilizing the new tankless system can reduce your gas usage from 30% to 50%. Tankless systems have a much longer life than the standard system. A plus about installing this new system is that you can deduct $300 from your taxes for energy conservation.

Ask about our tankless water heater maintenance to keep your unit in great shape all year!

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