Tank & Tankless Water Heaters
Your water heater impacts the temperature of your water and the amount of energy your family consumes. When left uncared for or forgotten about, an outdated water heater can wreak havoc on your home by flooding your basement, leaving you with a nice cold shower in the morning, and no hot water when washing clothes or dishes.
Whether you live alone or have a full house, having a functional water heating system to keep your water at a comfortable temperature is essential. That’s why Wm. Masters offers affordable, high-end products and expert installation to keep you and your home safe and your water system functioning properly.
Tank Water Heaters
With a tank water heating system, water is heated and stored in a 30-50 gallon tank, often in your basement. This water is ready to pump to any faucet or spout at a moment’s notice. Standard tank systems come with a lower initial cost and warranties starting at six years, making them an attractive, inexpensive option for your home or business.
Tankless Water Heaters
A tankless water heater is a smaller, more energy-efficient water heating system that heats water only when it's needed. These space-saving units can supply consistent streams of clean, hot water to multiple appliances simultaneously, and without any fluctuation in temperature.
Wm. Masters trusts the best-selling tankless water heaters from Rinnai. Rinnai tankless systems can save you up to 40% off of your energy costs compared to a conventional tank-style water heater. Going tankless is an environmentally responsible and smart decision for you and your home, as it saves energy, space, and money. Rinnai tankless water heaters have a typical lifespan of up to 20 years, which is twice as long as a standard tank style system.
The upfront costs of a tankless water heater are 2 to 2.5 times more than a conventional tank-style water heater. The total lifetime costs of a tankless water heater, however, are less. As mentioned above, tankless systems greatly reduce your energy costs and can last two times as long.
For the best return on your investment, tankless water heaters are a perfect solution for your home.
Choosing the Right Water Heater
At the end of the day, choosing between these two options is up to you. But, you are not alone. Our team of trained customer support representatives and field technicians are great resources for finding out which system is best for you based on your budget and preferences.
Get the information you need in order to make the right decision today by calling Wm. Masters. If email is preferred, visit our contact us page to let us know how we can help.