Idaho Falls Tankless Water Heaters

Idaho Falls Tankless Water Heaters

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How can Tankless Water Heaters help me save money?

For existing home owners, you can save 30% of purchase and installation of a new Tankless Water heater up to $1500 with 2009 Federal tax credit for qualified tankless water heaters.

In addition to the government incentives. Each month you’ll save money on your heating bill. Unlike the big bulky water heaters that constantly burn gas to keep the water in your tank hot, Tankless Water Heaters only burn gas when water is in use.

How much hot water does a Tankless Water Heater Supply?

For an average size home Tankless Water Heaters can supply 3 to 7 gallons of water per minute. By hooking tankless water heaters up in series they can supply water needs for a 5 bathroom home.

Are Tankless Water Weaters More Expensive?

Tankless water heaters are more expensive upfront, but they save you in the long run on your monthly bill. And unlike normal water heaters, Tankless Water Heaters give you an endless supply of hot water!

Idaho Falls Tankless Water Heater Installation

Mathews Plumbing has been installing Tankless Water Heaters all over Southeast Idaho, including: Idaho Falls, Shelley, Blackfoot, Pocatello, Rigby, Rexburg and St. Anthony.

Our experienced plumbers can save you time, and have experience installing tankless water heaters in both new and old homes.

Tankless Heater PROs

  • Eliminates waste, saving you 50% more on your energy costs than tank water heater.
  • Takes up less space since it’s wall hung
  • Nuver runs out of hot water
  • Minimizes water damage risk since there is no tank
  • Does not have a pilot light or standby heat loss
  • Does not store and reheat water
  • Environmentally friendly (83%-94% efficiency levels)
  • Majority of the components can be recycled
  • Parts can be easily replaced
  • Lasts longer and more durable than tank type water heaters

Tankless Heater CONs

  • Initial high cost investment
  • Minimum flow requirement to activate unit (0.5 GPM)
  • Since it is an on-demand system the unit takes a few seconds to activate the burner
  • Will not work during power outages

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