PROFESSIONAL TANKLESS WATER HEATER REPAIR AND INSTALLATION
Whether your water heater is leaking, needs maintenance, or you are ready to install a new energy efficient system, we have a solution to fit your needs.
Your water heater works hard for you, and we are committed to helping extend the life of your tankless system or provide the highest quality tankless brands if you are considering an upgrade. We proudly install Navien and Rinnai tankless water heaters for their quality, customer service, and long lasting units.
Tankless Water Heaters – Los Angeles, CA
Tankless water heaters are becoming more popular for their many benefits, including endless hot water and high efficiency.
If you are thinking of installing a new water heater, we recommend tankless systems. They can be installed on the interior or exterior of the home, last much longer than traditional tank systems and are about the size of a small suitcase providing incredible space saving in your home.
Tankless Water Heater Benefits
- Energy Efficiency – Tankless water heaters only heat water as it is being used. While it does not mean instant hot water, it does equate to lower utility costs with a high efficiency system. Customers can also install a recirculation system or instahot device to get instant hot water. Tankless systems can help save utility costs as they do not constantly heat unused water.
- No Flood Risks or Sediment – Sediment from hard water settles in traditional tank water heaters slowly eating away at the tank. It can also enter into the home’s water supply causing damage to the water supply lines. Since tankless water heaters do not store water, it is always as fresh as when it enters your home supply. And with no water in the system, there is no risk of flooding and water damage if the system has a failure.
- Endless Hot Water – If you have a large household or desire endless hot water, tankless water heaters are the system for you. Your new tankless water heater will provide you with hot water for as long as you want it, making them ideal for large families, commercial businesses, and restaurants — families and business owners can ensure they always have hot water when they need it most.
- Extended Warranties – Tankless water heater warranties begin at minimum of 10 years. They are also easily repaired, as different components can be replaced without needing to replace the entire unit like most traditional water heaters.
Annual Water Heater Flush
To keep both traditional and tankless water heaters working at their optimal level, we recommend scheduling an annual water heater flush.
It will keep sediment from settling in tank water heaters and stop hard water from corroding tankless water heater components and extend the life of your systems.
Our team specializes in tankless water heaters. We have more than 10 years of experience servicing, repairing, and installing the highest quality systems to suit your water heating needs.
Tankless Water Heater FAQ’s
What is a tankless water heater?
A tankless water heater is a type of water heating system that heats water on demand, rather than storing it in a tank. When you turn on the hot water tap, cold water flows through a pipe and into the unit, where it is heated by a gas burner or an electric element. The hot water is then delivered to the tap, and the process repeats as needed.
One of the main benefits of a tankless water heater is that it provides an endless supply of hot water, as it heats the water as it is needed. This can be more efficient than a traditional storage tank water heater, which stores a large quantity of hot water and must constantly heat and reheat the water to maintain the desired temperature. Tankless water heaters also tend to have a longer lifespan and take up less space than traditional storage tank water heaters.
However, tankless water heaters can be more expensive to install and may not be suitable for homes with high hot water demand. They may also require more maintenance than traditional storage tank water heaters. It’s important to consider the size and needs of your household when deciding whether a tankless water heater is right for you.
How can a tankless water heater heat water instantly?
A tankless water heater is able to heat water instantly because it uses a gas burner or an electric element to heat the water as it flows through the unit, rather than storing it in a tank. When you turn on the hot water tap, cold water flows through a pipe and into the unit, where it is heated by the burner or element. The hot water is then delivered to the tap, and the process repeats as needed.
The heating process is able to happen quickly because the water does not need to be stored in a tank and heated over time. Instead, it is heated as it flows through the unit, which allows for a continuous supply of hot water.
However, it’s important to note that a tankless water heater may not be able to heat water instantly if it is unable to keep up with the demand for hot water. For example, if several hot water taps are turned on at the same time, the unit may not be able to heat the water quickly enough to meet the demand. In these cases, the hot water may take longer to reach the taps and the flow may be weaker.
What are the advantages of a tankless water heater?
There are several advantages to using a tankless water heater:
Endless hot water: Because a tankless water heater heats water on demand, it can provide an endless supply of hot water. This can be more efficient than a traditional storage tank water heater, which stores a large quantity of hot water and must constantly heat and reheat the water to maintain the desired temperature.
Energy efficiency: Tankless water heaters are generally more energy efficient than traditional storage tank water heaters, as they only heat water when it is needed, rather than constantly heating and reheating a large quantity of water. This can save energy and reduce energy costs.
Longer lifespan: Tankless water heaters tend to have a longer lifespan than traditional storage tank water heaters, as they do not have a tank that can rust or corrode over time.
Compact size: Tankless water heaters are generally smaller and take up less space than traditional storage tank water heaters. This can be a great advantage in homes with limited space.
No standby energy loss: Traditional storage tank water heaters can lose energy as the stored hot water cools off over time. Tankless water heaters do not have this issue, as they do not store hot water.
It’s important to note that tankless water heaters may not be suitable for all homes, as they may not be able to keep up with high hot water demand. They can also be more expensive to install and may require more maintenance than traditional storage tank water heaters. It’s important to consider the size and needs of your household when deciding whether a tankless water heater is right for you.
Will one tankless water heater be enough to heat my entire house?
Whether a single tankless water heater will be sufficient to heat the water in your entire home depends on several factors, including the size of your home, the hot water demand, and the climate in your area.
In general, a single tankless water heater may be sufficient to meet the hot water needs of a small home or apartment, as long as the hot water demand is not too high. However, larger homes or homes with a high hot water demand may require multiple tankless water heaters or a combination of a tankless water heater and a traditional storage tank water heater to meet the hot water needs.
It’s important to consider the size and needs of your household when deciding whether a single tankless water heater will be sufficient. It may be helpful to consult with a plumbing professional or a tankless water heater manufacturer to determine the appropriate size and number of units for your home.
What is a point of use tankless water heater?
A point-of-use (POU) tankless water heater is a small, compact water heater that is designed to provide hot water to a specific location, rather than heating the water for an entire home. POU tankless water heaters are typically installed near the point of use, such as under a kitchen sink or in a bathroom, and are used to provide hot water for a single fixture, such as a sink or shower.
POU tankless water heaters are a good choice for homes or businesses that have a limited hot water demand or that are located in a region with a warm climate, where a traditional tankless water heater may not be necessary to meet the hot water needs. They are also a good option for homeowners who want to supplement their existing water heating system or who want to have an additional source of hot water in a specific location.
POU tankless water heaters are generally more energy efficient than traditional storage tank water heaters, as they only heat water when it is needed. They also take up less space and have a longer lifespan than traditional storage tank water heaters. However, they may not be able to keep up with high hot water demand and may require more maintenance than traditional storage tank water heaters.
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