In this article, we review some key factors to consider before investing in a tankless water heater, such as the upfront investment, energy efficiency and lifespan to help you make an informed decision for your home.

We compare the pros and cons of tankless water heaters, including energy efficiency, life expectancy and hot water availability.

Review this helpful guide about how tankless water heaters work, what the benefits are and how to choose the right size.

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Tankless water heaters have so many benefits! Learn our top 4 in this post.

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When it’s time to upgrade or install a new water heater, consider going tankless! Tankless water heaters heat water on demand instead of a 40-80 gallon tank at a time; this brings many benefits that may make them the better choice for your home:

1. Tankless Water Heaters Give A Consistent Supply Of Hot Water.

Many homeowners know the pain of waiting for the shower to finally turn hot. This is due to having to wait for an entire tank of cold water to heat up and run through. With tankless water heaters, the water is heated on demand, meaning consistent heat with little waiting.

2. Higher Efficiency Is Better For Your Wallet And The Environment.

Tankless water heaters are about 24~34% more efficient for those who use up to 41 gallons per day, and still 8~14% up to 86 gallons per day.  Higher efficiency means less waste and money saved in the long run.

3. Smaller Models Fit In More Places.

The low-profile design of tankless water heaters makes them great for space-challenged homes or homes without basements. They can easily fit in a laundry room or closet without using up valuable living or storage space!

4. Long-Lasting Units Lessen Frustration.

Tankless units tend to last about 20 years on average and their parts are designed to be easily repaired and replaced. And, if the unit needs full replacement decades from now, it’s much cheaper to replace a unit that doesn’t have a tank.

5. Rebates Reduce The Upfront Cost.

Many tankless water heaters qualify for federal, state and/or manufacturer’s rebates. So not only will they cost less over time, but the upfront cost can be greatly reduced with just a bit of paperwork.

Euliss Propane Knows Tankless Water Heaters.

If you’re thinking about making the switch, get in contact with our expert staff. Not only will we help you choose the best model for your home and install it expertly, but we’ll even help you get the best rebates possible.

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