Morton Plumbing of Nashville – Our plumbers know water heaters
Have you ever considered buying a tankless water heater? Do you know the costs and benefits of a tankless system? Morton Plumbing of Nashville is here to address all your water heater questions; we have provided some valuable information below to help you make an informed decision. Please know that if you decide to have Morton Plumbing install your water heater unit, we guarantee your satisfaction and warranty our work.
Tankless Water Heating Defined – How does a tankless heater work?
The idea behind a tankless water heating system is that it heats your water as you need it instead of continually heating water in the tank. If you’re a good candidate for a tankless system, you can save substantial money each year on your monthly bills while conserving natural gas. The beauty of a tankless system is that you will never run out of hot water. Your hot water is unlimited.
Have a question about a tankless unit? Call (615) 255-2527.
Benefits of a Tankless
Here are some of the benefits of “going tankless”:
- Tankless units never run out of hot water
- Tankless units last five to 10 years longer (on average) than tank water heaters.
- Tankless heaters are more efficient with no wasted (standby) heat loss.
- Tankless systems require less space and can even be installed on walls or outdoors
- Electric tankless units allow for thermostat setting at your desired temperature.
Drawbacks of a Tankless Heater
While there are many benefits of a tankless, unit, here are some drawbacks:
- Tankless units cost up to 3 times the price of a regular tank heater
- Your home may require a larger natural gas line to supply the unit with sufficient fuel.
- Gas units require the additional expense of an annual servicing.
Still have questions? Ask our plumbing team by calling (615) 255-2527.
Morton Plumbing serves Nashville and surrounding areas.Morton Plumbing of Nashville
2502 Eugenia Ave.
Nashville, TN 37211
Did you know?
Our plumbers can help you with the following problems:
- Leaking water heaters
- Constantly running toilets
- Garbage disposal issues
- Dripping faucets
- No hot water
- Low water pressure
- Slow or clogged drains
- Leaking toilets
- Frozen pipes
- Leak detection
- Noisy hammering water pipes