Go Tankless to Solve Your Home’s Hot Water Challenges
Every Brooklyn home is unique. Whether you live in a historic brownstone or a house in Prospect Park, there’s a good chance you’ll face unique challenges as a homeowner. Luckily, the Brooklyn boiler and water heater experts at Petri Plumbing & Heating have found a way to address some of the most challenging hot water troubles you could experience: tankless water heaters.
How Does A Tankless Water Heater Work?
If you’re using a water heater, you could be running out of hot water much faster and using more water in the process. A tankless system can provide on-demand heat and can be installed close to wherever hot water is needed. This allows homeowners to save on their water bills, as the hot water can arrive almost instantly.
But a central water heater just waste water, it wastes energy, too. With these units, a large tank of water has to be kept hot all the time, even when it’s not in use. In contrast, a tankless water heater can heat water at the point of use, allowing you to save more water, energy and money.
What are the Long-Term Benefits of Tankless Water Heaters?
Beyond just helping homeowners save money, we prefer tankless units to Brooklyn’s traditional hot water systems because they have long-term benefits for comfort and maintenance. These heaters can last upwards of 30 years, nearly three times the standard lifespan for today’s tank-style heaters, and only require minimal maintenance.
Even better, you’ll never take another cold shower again, because tankless units can’t run out of hot water no matter how many people are using fixtures or appliances in other parts of your home.
How to Install a Tankless Water Heater
As part of our commitment to the environment, Petri Plumbing & Heating provides guidance for selecting the right unit for your home, and we can install these units where they’ll provide the most benefit. Whether it’s an upstairs bathroom, a laundry room or kitchen, we can give you the best tankless setup for your Brooklyn home. To get started, schedule an appointment with Petri Plumbing & Heating online or give us a call at (718) 748-1254.