Denver Tankless Water Heater Installation

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Tankless hot water heaters are an excellent addition to any Denver home. 888 Heating and Cooling installs gas tankless water heaters and energy-efficient electric tankless water heater installation.

Benefits of a Denver Tankless Water Heater

Tankless Water Heater Repairs

Get tankless water heater repairs quickly and with no after-hours fees from 888 Heating. As with any other piece of equipment, repairs can be needed for tankless systems especially if it was not properly installed. Some of the common water heater repairs are:

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Cost of Tankless Water Heater Installation

The initial cost and installation of a tankless hot water heater is considerably higher than a traditional hot water heater. However, tankless water heaters cost 30-50% less yearly to run than a regular water heater so the unit will pay for itself over time. Additionally, a tankless water heater lasts nearly 2/3 longer than a regular water heater.

While this system is very energy efficient it has different qualifications than regular water heaters. The common handyman should not be performing this type of installation. Tankless water heater installations require specific ventilation and gas connections. For the safety and peace of mind for your home make your investment count with our professional tankless water heater installation.

Tankless Water Heater Maintenance

Did you know that your tankless water heater can last for 20+ years? That is if you maintain it properly. You should schedule, at least, annual maintenance for your tankless water heater. But, if you have really hard water, like most of Colorado, or keep your water temperature very high, you may need to schedule a checkup for your tankless water heater every 6 months.

Unlike large, and often noisy tank water heaters, your tankless water heater doesn’t have a storage tank.  The water is directly heated as it flows in from the cold water line in your house.  You turn on the faucet; you turn on your tankless water heater for an on-demand water heater. Using a heat exchanger (the heating element) the water is heated as you need it which is different than traditional water heaters.  The heat exchanger is commonly gas-powered.

Hard Water

Hard water deposits, or scaling, drastically affects your tankless water heater and can lead to an early breakdown, if regular tankless water heater maintenance isn’t performed.  Hard water is water that has high mineral content with common minerals such as Calcium and Magnesium.  Though they are found in water across the country, they are found in much higher concentrations in certain areas.
Scaling affects the heat exchanger within tankless water heaters.  If it’s not clean, the water isn’t being heated efficiently.  Left unchecked, scaling makes your burners work harder than they should.  This could lead to a costly breakdown for tankless water heaters.

High-Temperature Setting

We all love a nice hot shower on those cold Colorado winter nights.  But did you know that setting your tankless water heater thermostat above 120° can actually lead to scaling?  Calcium and magnesium, like many chemicals, dissolve faster at higher temperatures. Again, this will lead to mineral buildup and your tankless water heater will need to be professionally cleaned to perform at peak efficiency.

No matter how well we take care of our homes and the appliances in them, they won’t last forever. Eventually, you will need to replace your tankless system.  Annual or semi-annual maintenance is the key to the longevity of your tankless water heater.
However, if you notice yours failing, it may be due to a lack of maintenance.  Ensuring that you schedule a professional tankless unit checkup, inspection, and tankless unit cleaning is the only way to be sure your unit lives up to its potential.