Most of the time, you think nothing of your hot water. Until that is, it runs out. Whether you live in a busy household with a high volume of hot water usage or you (admittedly) enjoy taking long, hot showers on a cold morning, you may benefit from installing a tankless water heater in your home. From making life easier and more convenient to saving energy and making your home more appealing to buyers, there are many distinct advantages to getting a tankless water heater Las Vegas.
Increase Home Value
When debating whether or not to get a new hot water heater, the price is inevitably a factor. A tankless water heater costs, on average, $500 – $2,000. While that price might seem intimidating, it’s essential to consider the end result, too. A tankless water heater Las Vegas will increase your home’s value, experts say. Studies show that homes with tankless water heaters sell for approximately four percent more than their predicted selling price. They also sell over 40 days sooner, on average, than homes that don’t have tankless water heaters. Furthermore, homes with a tankless water heater installed save about $80 more on annual utility bills than homes with conventional water heaters. Cost savings can increase to $100 or more, depending on the type of water heater you get.
Like many people, you probably enjoy the convenience of jumping in the shower or turning on the faucet, knowing that instant hot water is at your disposal. And better still, that it won’t run out. Unlike a conventional hot water heater Las Vegas, a tankless water heater produces unlimited supplies of hot water. That’s because the water is heated on demand rather than stored in a tank. There are other benefits to a tankless water heater, too. They are smaller and have more compact designs than traditional water heaters, which means that they can fit more efficiently, and into many more places, in your home than a standard water heater. A tankless water heater also has a more extended warranty than a traditional hot water heater. A tankless water heater is warrantied, on average, for about 15-20 years depending on the brand and variety. However, many last even longer. In comparison, a conventional water heater has an average of 6-7 years for a warranty. When its lifespan is up, disposal is much easier because you’re not left with a rusty old tank.
If you’re thinking of switching to a tankless water heater, there are many good reasons to make the change. From saving money to increasing your home’s value, a tankless water heater has many advantages. If you have questions about a tankless water heater or need assistance with installation, don’t hesitate to contact Service Plus Plumbing. Offering premium plumbing services 24/7, we are available any time to help out with your plumbing and installation needs.