Save Money With Tankless Water Heaters
Let ER Plumbing install a tankless water heater and you can save up to 50% on your water heating bills while enjoying an endless supply of hot water. We install residential and commercial tankless units of all makes and models.
How Will a Tankless Water Heater Save You Money?
Tankless water systems will save you money in the following three ways:
- Cost-efficiency, saving you up to 50% on your energy bills
- System longevity, as average tankless units last twice as long as conventional tank water heaters (20+ years)
- Energy-efficiency, even earning the ENERGY STAR approval rating (from the US Environmental Protection Agency and Department of Energy)
How Will a Tankless Water Heater Improve Your Quality of Life?
You’ll enjoy multiple quality of life benefits from your tankless system, including:
- Never-ending supply of hot water, even when running multiple appliances
- Never wait again after your other family members or guests shower
- More space, due to space-saving design
- Higher quality water, since rust and debris does not build up like in a tank
- Peace of mind that you’ve gone green, as tankless units save energy, use less water, and lower greenhouse gas emissions
- Low maintenance, making ownership easier and simpler
Why Choose ER Plumbling to Install Your New Tankless Water Heater?
ER Plumbing offers superior service as evidenced by the following:
- Platinum certified installation experts and repair technicians
- Experienced with residential and commercial units
- A+ Service Rating with Better Business Bureau, Home Service Reports, and Home Service Repairs
- Highly rated on Angie’s List
- Highest quality tankless units
- Thirty years of experience
How do Tankless Water Heaters Work?
Tankless water heaters heat water on demand, reducing energy waste inherent in conventional tank water heaters, where water is kept hot and stored in a tank 24-7. You can buy small point of use tankless water heaters or whole house water heaters. Most tankless units are powered by gas, but some run on electricity.
How to Choose a Tankless Water Heater
While ER Plumbing installs all makes and models of tankless water heaters, we specialize in two brands: Noritz and Rinnai tankless units. Our water heater experts will evaluate your residential or commercial needs and will recommend the product that will best meet your needs within your budget. To get started, feel free to read up on our two best sellers:
Noritz Tankless System Information
- Dual flame burner technology increases efficiency
- Superior heat exchanger (using 25% thicker copper piping than most competitors), reducing wear and tear and increasing longevity of unit
- Over 93% efficient
- In business since 1951, selling tankless water heaters since 1970
- Owns and operates the world’s largest tankless heater manufacturing plant
Rinnai Tankless System Information
- Simple heat control panel to customize water temperature throughout home (and to set scald prevention limits)
- Over 93% efficiency
- Features a unique concentric venting system that requires only one penetration for both intake and exhaust, making the installation less invasive and the unit less intrusive
- Chosen as 2010 Builders’ Brand Leader in Builder Magazine
- Installed 30 million tankless water heaters worldwide
- In business since 1964
- The world’s largest gas appliance manufacturer
Tankless Water Heater Repair Services
ER Plumbing not only installs tankless units, but repairs them as well.
Troubleshoot your tankless water heater by doing the following:
- Check the power source and reset the circuit breakers, if needed
- Reset the heater by turning off the breakers, then turning them back on
- Check the diagnostic code on the control board
- Check the temperature limit switch
- Check your thermostat
- See if your thermostat is working properly by increasing the temperature setting and testing for an appropriate water temperature adjustment
- Consider the fact that the unit may be undersized for the amount of hot water you require
- Look for evidence of leaks
- Check the water level requirements
It’s possible your tankless water heater may need any one of the following repairs:
- Leak detection and repair
- Flushing of the lines
- Replacement of switches or parts
- Wiring repairs, which should only be done by a professional as the voltage is too high for a do-it-yourselfer to take it on (usually around 240 volts)
Call ER Plumbing now at 704-269-1066 or use our online contact form for a quote on a tankless water heater today.