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Tankless Water Heater

One of the most popular ways to “go green” is to install a tankless water heater. Tankless water heaters, also referred to as On-Demand or Instantaneous water heaters, are more prevalent in the southern states (warmer climate) than they are in the northern states. In the past few years, tankless water heaters have taken more market share from the tank type water heaters because home owners like the idea of heating hot water only when it’s needed. Tankless water heaters do cost substantially more to install but will save money over the years in operating costs. Call our knowledgeable Mr. Waterheater staff to help you decide if installing a tankless water heater is right for you.


  • Heats the water as you need it.
  • Hangs on the wall; takes up less space than storage hot water tank.
  • Can also hang on outside wall; some units can withstand temperatures as low as -30°F.
  • Energy Savings.


  • More expensive than a hot water tank unit. (A lot more!)
  • May require water line and/or gas line changes (may have to increase water and/or gas line supplies).
  • May need multiple tankless units for high demand items (such as whirlpool tub, garden tub, multiple shower heads, etc.).
  • Unlike a tank-type water heater, some tankless manufacturers require yearly maintenance in order to keep the warranty in effect.

New, More Efficient Water Heater

If your water heater was manufactured before April 2015, it isn’t as efficient as the water heaters that are available today. The water heaters produced since then are required by federal law to be more efficient. By simply replacing your old water heater with a new model can save you money in your gas and/or electric bills.

Electric Heat Pump Water Heater

An electric heat pump water heater extracts the heat from the air, increases this heat as necessary, and delivers it to the water. This happens as long as there is air for circulation. Also, when installed in an area where there is not heat, i.e. the basement, it is just an electric water heater, not an electric heat pump water heater. An advantage of an electric heat pump is it can be installed in attics, garages, furnace rooms – as long as the space is at least 10 feet x 10 feet x 10 feet. The electric heat pump has an energy star rating with an energy factor of 1.5.

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