Tank water heaters are probably the most common type of water heater, but they are not necessarily the best. There is a lot of money to be saved in switching to a tankless water heater. If you switch to a tankless heater, you could save as much as 15% on your monthly heating bill. That’s only if you switch from a gas tank heater to a gas tankless. If you switch from electric, you could save even more due to some inefficiencies in electric. Ask a plumber about the system that’s right for your house.
Tankless water heaters will save you some money because they only heat the water that you use. Water flows in from the outside, it is heated, and then it is delivered to the spigot that is using hot water. A tank heater fills up with hundreds of gallons and then keeps the water hot constantly. That is a lot of wasted energy heating water that is not being used. A plumber in Vineland, NJ can switch your system and install the new heater. There are some drawbacks, though.
You should contact us today about the drawbacks of switching to a tankless system. First, the cost of converting your system should be taken into account. Also, the cost of installing the completely new water heater must be accounted for.
Switching to Gas
The cost of switching is compounded if you have a plumber switch your system from electric to gas. You’ll save money in the long run because gas is more efficient than electric when it comes to heating. The savings from a new water heater style and from a new fuel source could be enough to offset the price after a while. You’ll have to pay more on the front end though. Many people think that it is worth it; it might be worth it to you as well.