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Tankless Water Heater Installation in Las Vegas

Upgrade to a More Energy and Space-Efficient Water Heater

Are you tired of running out of hot water? There is a solution! A tankless water heater provides hot water on-demand, meaning you will always have a constant supply. Plus, it can save you tons of money on energy costs.

If you are interested in having a tankless water heater installed in your home, or if you require repairs for your current system, turn to the experts. At Hydro Plumbing, our Las Vegas tankless water heater specialists are here to help you install a new system or perform repairs or maintenance on your current unit.

To get started with your tankless water heater installation in Las Vegas, book online or call us at (702) 872-3043 today. 

Top Reasons to Go Tankless

The primary difference between a tankless and a traditional water heater is that the former only uses energy to heat water when you turn on the faucet. Conventional water heaters are constantly using electricity to keep about 40-80 gallons of water hot at all times. In contrast, a tankless water heater provides access to a constant flow of hot water at far less cost.

The primary benefits of tankless water heaters include:

  • Improved energy efficiency: These systems eliminate the cost of keeping several gallons of water heated in a tank, which reduces energy usage by 30 to 50%
  • Lower utility bills: By switching to a tankless unit, homeowners can potentially save hundreds of dollars on utilities every year
  • Continuous supply of hot water: An ideal solution for large families or those who love to take long showers
  • Compact design: Without a tank, these systems take up far less space than traditional water heaters
  • Reduced maintenance: In contrast to tank systems, which require annual maintenance, tankless units typically last four to five years before requiring maintenance (depending on the quality of your water)
  • Extended lifespan: On average, tankless systems lasts twice as long as conventional water heaters

Tankless Vs Traditional Water Heater Lifespans

The lifespan of a tankless water heater compared to traditional tank heaters is an important consideration for homeowners seeking a durable and reliable water heating solution. Tankless water heaters typically offer a longer lifespan due to their design and operation, which can impact overall cost-effectiveness and maintenance requirements.

Tankless water heaters:

  • Generally have a lifespan of 20 years or more, depending on usage and maintenance.
  • Experience less wear and tear compared to traditional tank heaters, as they heat water on demand rather than storing it continuously.
  • Have fewer components prone to corrosion or failure, contributing to their longevity.
  • Can be more expensive upfront but may offer greater long-term value due to their extended lifespan and energy efficiency.

Traditional tank heaters:

  • Typically have a lifespan of 10-15 years, although this can vary based on factors such as water quality and maintenance.
  • Are more susceptible to sediment buildup and corrosion, which can lead to premature failure.
  • Require periodic flushing and maintenance to prolong their lifespan and maintain efficiency.
  • May incur higher operating costs over time due to heat loss from storing hot water continuously.

While tankless water heaters may have a higher initial cost, their longer lifespan and energy efficiency can result in greater savings and reliability over the years compared to traditional tank heaters. Understanding the lifespan differences between these two types of water heaters can help homeowners make informed decisions when choosing the best option for their needs.

Tankless Water Heater FAQ

Do tankless water heaters provide instant hot water?

No, tankless water heaters do not provide instant hot water by themselves. Rather, they deliver hot water “on demand,” meaning the system doesn't start heating water until you turn in the hot water tap. The cold water sitting in your pipes still has to work its way through your faucet before the hot water can be delivered. If instant hot water is your goal, you may wish to consider having a hot water recirculation pump installed.

Do tankless water heaters require maintenance?

Yes, tankless water heaters do require some maintenance. It's recommended to flush the unit annually to remove mineral deposits and ensure efficient operation. Additionally, checking for any leaks, inspecting the venting system, and monitoring water pressure are good practices to maintain the longevity of a tankless water heater.

How do tankless water heaters save money?

Tankless water heaters save money by heating water only when it's needed, rather than continuously storing and reheating a large tank of water. This eliminates the standby energy losses associated with traditional tank heaters. Additionally, tankless units have a longer lifespan, which reduces the frequency of replacements and maintenance costs over time.

Request an in-home estimate!

For more information about tankless water heater installation in Las Vegas, reach out to our plumbing pros at Hydro Plumbing. If you are interested in installing a new system, we are available to come out for an in-person estimate.

Contact us online or give us a call at (702) 872-3043 now to enhance your home’s comfort with a tankless hot water system. 

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