If you haven’t considered a Navien tankless water heater for your home or business, now is the time. These little heaters are incredibly powerful, look great, and have saved Watters Plumbing customers throughout the Fox Cities area money on their utility costs. If you’ll be in the market for a new water heater soon, check out the benefits of going tankless.
1. Reduce energy use.
Tankless units can reduce energy use by more than 20% percent compared to traditional water heaters. While a traditional tank water heater heats water constantly, tankless water heaters only heat as much water as you need, as you need it. This “on-demand” system is very energy-efficient..
2. Cut down on utility costs.
We’ve heard more than our fair share about high utility costs throughout the Appleton and Oshkosh area. If you’re looking to lower your utility bills, a tankless heater is a great option. Since they use less energy, naturally you’re going to see a decrease in your utility costs.
3. Save space.
Tankless water heaters are up to 80% smaller than a traditional water heater — perfect for Fox Cities homeowners looking to maximize square footage and storage space. Not to mention, the sleek, compact design looks great.
4. Unlimited hot water when you need it.
No more cold showers! As noted above, the heating elements in tankless units will heat water when it is needed and for as long as required, offering continuous hot water. That’s a major step up from traditional tank water heaters that seem to run out of hot water all too quickly.
On average, tankless water heaters last 20 years or more. That’s about 5 to 10 years longer than a traditional water heater — with less maintenance too! On top of that, if you work with Watters, you get Navien’s industry-leading warranty, plus professional service from our team of experts, so your water heater will be good to go for a long time!
Check out this video to learn more about tankless water heater technology from Navien and contact us to learn more about our water heater solutions for customers in northeast Wisconsin.
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