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When it's time for a new water heater, consider going for a tankless water heater in Tampa, FL, and nearby areas. Sewer Studs installs and services these popular water heaters that offer impressive efficiency and equally appreciated long-term savings potential.

We'll guide you through the process of choosing a water heater you'll be happy with for many years in these areas we serve:

Advantages of Tankless Water Heaters

Also referred to as on-demand water heaters, tankless units only generate hot water when it's needed, which boosts efficiency. In fact, the Department of Energy states having a tankless water heater installation can be as much as 50 percent more efficient than tank-style models. Additional advantages associated with these systems include:

  • Less space required for the unit
  • Reduced risk of leaks and related water damage
  • More precise water temperature control
  • Reduced risk of exposure to toxic or harmful impurities since there's no tank that corrodes or wears down

Differences between Tankless and Tank-Style Water Heaters

A traditional or tank-style water heater is one that regularly heats water. It's stored and heated in the tank and distributed when hot water is used in your home. A tankless water heater, as the name implies, has no tank. Instead, the water is heated when it's needed and distributed. Size is another noticeable difference. With tank-style units, possible locations are usually fairly limited. Tankless systems, on the other hand, take up less space, which provides your plumber in Tampa, FL, or nearby areas with more options in terms of location.

Signs Tankless Water Heaters Need Repair

Tankless water heaters are durable and designed for long-term use. Still, they're like any other water heaters in that repairs are sometimes necessary. Call us about water heater repair in Tampa, FL, or other areas we serve if any of these happen:

  • Water has a strange taste or odor
  • No heated water being produced when you're trying to use it
  • The unit regularly shuts off by itself
  • Leaks coming from parts that carry water
  • Odd noises while the unit is operating

Tankless Units May Last Longer than Traditional Ones

Traditional water heaters have an average lifespan that ranges from around 7-8 years to about 10-15 years, depending on a number of factors. Tankless water heaters typically last for 20 years or more with proper water heater maintenance. For many homeowners, this often means recouping the initial investment over time due to the increased lifespan.

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Tankless Water Heater FAQs

It depends on the size of your home and how much hot water is normally used. If you have a larger, two-story home and often use hot water for multiple tasks at once, for instance, two units may give you better results.

Reasons for Choosing Sewer Studs

  • Family-owned and -operated
  • 5-star rated and reviewed
  • Budget-friendly, upfront pre-work pricing
  • Guarantees with our water heater installations

Contact Us for Your Tankless Water Heater Needs

Reach out to Sewer Studs for all your tankless water heater needs. Call us or fill out the form for an appointment. We provide:

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