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August 24, 2021 • In Featured, Haller Plumbing: Central & Eastern PA • 2 Min Read

Why It’s Time to Consider Switching to a Tankless Water Heater in Pennsylvania

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By Haller Enterprises

We know how unpleasant it is to step into the shower and realize your family has already used all the hot water. Unfortunately, your traditional water heater’s tank ran out of its heated supply right when you needed it. Switching to a tankless water heater in your Pennsylvania home can help you avoid this hot water issue while also saving your wallet!

How Do Tankless Water Heaters Work?

So, how does your home get hot water if there’s no tank to heat it up? Unlike their traditional counterparts, hot water isn’t stored in a tank. Instead, an electric element or gas burner is used to warm your water as it travels through a pipe and into your unit. 

The Benefits of Tankless Water Heaters in Pennsylvania

There are several benefits that come with making the switch to a tankless water heater in your Pennsylvania home.

Hot water on demand

Sick of having you and your family stick to a strict showering schedule? Installing a tankless system means no more waiting around for your hot water to be ready for delivery–– instead, it’s heated instantly and supplied continuously.

Rust & leak-free zone

With a tankless water heater, you won’t have to worry about paying for rusty tank leaks and flooding damage. Saying farewell to rust also means your unit poses no threat to contaminated, bacteria-filled water invading your home’s tap.

Energy-efficient & eco-friendly

Not only are tankless water heaters more eco-friendly than a traditional system, but they’re also much more energy efficient. 

Traditional units can waste energy by storing hot water in a tank even when the tap isn’t running. When you go tankless, your unit uses just enough energy to heat your water when you actually need it. This means big savings for your home in Pennsylvania when heating expenses roll around.

Putting replacement on hold

The average water heater calls it quits after 10 years, but did you know a tankless unit can last up to two or three times longer? A healthier, longer-running system means your home can enjoy instant hot water for years on end without the stress of a costly replacement!

Is Going Tank-Free Worth It?

Traditional water heaters are a great way to heat the water in your home, but if you’re looking for the highest return on your investment, a tankless water heater may be the way to go. You’ll worry less about energy costs, tank leaks, flooding, and your system will last much longer.

Tankless Water Heater Installers in Pennsylvania

Ready to give your home in Eastern & Central Pennsylvania a brand new, tankless water heater system? Haller is here to help! We’ll ensure your home has a tankless system that lasts a long time and keeps your hot water delivery service in top-notch shape.

If you’re dealing with any issues or want your water heater unit checked on, one of our HomeX Remote Assist technicians can lend a virtual helping hand– we’ll walk you through your system and assess any problems over video chat!

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