Tankless Water Heater Services in Norman, Moore, and OKC
Many homeowners and businesses throughout the OKC Metro have made the switch to tankless water heaters. This alternative to tank-style units has become a popular choice in recent years due to their convenience and energy efficiency.
Legacy 4 Plumbing, Inc. provides professional tankless water heater installation and repair throughout the OKC Metro, including Norman and Moore. Give us a call to find out if a tankless water heater is right for you, or to schedule repair for your existing unit. We service all major brands, and specialize in the installation of A.O. Smith, Bradford White, Rheem, and Rinnai products.
What are the Benefits of Having a Tankless Water Heater?
Wondering if making the switch to a tankless water heater is worth it? Here are some of the benefits and advantages you can expect:
Is a Tankless Water Heater Right For You?
You may be wondering, “Who wouldn’t want a tankless water heater?” But as with most plumbing installations, individual situations need to be taken into account.
Here are two important factors to consider before you decide to install a tankless water heater.
Is your property well-suited to accommodate a tankless water heater? These units require a different installation process, unlike the straightforward set-up of standard water heaters. If you are installing a gas-fueled tankless unit (the most common type), we may need to upgrade your venting and add larger gas pipes to handle the high volume of fuel.
Are you prepared for a higher upfront investment? Tankless water heaters cost more to purchase and install. However, properties that are able to take full advantage of the energy-saving benefits of tankless water heaters can quickly recoup the initial cost.
Fixing Tankless Water Heater Problems
Although tankless units last longer than standard units, they are not without problems. The most common tankless water heater issues we handle include inconsistent water temperatures, lack of hot water, and the unit shutting off during showers.
Most problems are caused by a low minimum flow rate. If your tankless water heater’s flow rate is not enough to handle your household or your building’s hot water demands, you will experience problems with inefficiency. You may need to upgrade your water heater, or add point-of-use systems to complement your current tankless water heater.
We recommend consulting with a professional before deciding to install a tankless unit. Our experts will be able to help you select a unit with the appropriate flow rate and make sure your new tankless water heater is installed safely and accurately.
Serving the Oklahoma City Metro Area
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