Tankless Water Heater
Nothing ruins a hot shower like running out of hot water!
If you’re looking for a cost-effective way to improve the value of your Los Angeles home and have endless hot water, a tankless hot water heater is a great option. Choosing a tankless hot water heater will improve your lifestyle in subtle but important ways.
What Is A Tankless Water Heater?
A tankless hot water heater heats water “on-demand”. Unlike conventional water heater tanks, tankless units do not store hot water in a tank to meet “immediate” demand for hot water. The conventional water heater normally operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week to keep the water hot and ready to use when needed. When this water is heated and cooled several times during the day, calcium and other sediments, as well as everything else in our water supply, will build up.
Why Choose A Tankless Hot Water Heater?
Hot Water always available
Showers in a conventional tank only last as long as the tank is full of hot water. You’ll have to wait until your hot water heater heats another tank full of water if you run out. This is particularly troublesome for families who shower at the same time. The fact that your hot water would never run out is one of the best reasons to get a tankless hot water heater.
Instant Hot Water
If you actually have to wait 5 minutes for hot water after turning on a faucet, we suggest a tankless hot water heater. With a tankless hot water “on-demand” feature hot water is available instantly. This provides the ultimate in comfort.
While traditional heaters operate continuously, ensuring that the water is kept at a constant temperature, Tankless hot water heaters turn on only when hot water is needed, minimizing the amount of energy used to heat the water.
Health & Cleanliness
No one takes the time to inspect the consistency of the water we drink and cook with. People are not aware that their wellbeing is being jeopardized every time they drink their water. As such, Alpha One suggests installing a tankless water heater. Once you have installed a Tankless Water System in your home you will be able to see, smell, and taste the difference in your water.
Longevity and cost
Although a tankless hot water heater is usually more costly than a conventional tank heater, a tankless water heater has a much longer lifespan (25 years) than a conventional heater (15 years). This allows you to get a lot of bang for your buck, making it a smart investment.