Water Heaters

Benefits That Matter

A tankless water heater is a type of water heating system that does not use a storage tank to hold hot water. Instead, it heats water on demand as it is needed. Needless to say, hot water on demand is much more convenient than having to wait for a storage tank to fill up and reheat.

Tankless water heaters use an electric or gas-powered heating element to quickly heat up cold water as it passes through the system. It then delivers that hot water to the faucet, shower head, or appliance.

When a hot water tap is turned on, cold water flows into the unit, passing through a heat exchanger that raises the temperature of the water. The hot water then passes out of the tankless water heater through a dedicated outlet pipe and into the tap, ready for use.

Less energy = Lower utility bills

Perfect for smaller spaces

Endless Hot Water

Extended lifespan & less maintenance

Leak Detection & Slab Leaks

Slab leaks are another type of leak that can be tricky to detect. These are leaks that occur in the water lines that run underneath a concrete slab foundation, hence the name, slab leaks. Because these pipes are hidden from view, they can be difficult to spot until they cause major damage. 

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