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Having the ability to replace the components on your existing water heater allows General Plumbing & Rooter Concord Plumbing the opportunity to save you money by not having to replace your existing heater. However if you choose to, we can upgrade your heater and supply you with a more environmentally friendly and efficient conventional or tankless heater.

Tankless Water Heaters

Tankless Water Heaters are designed to heat water as you need it, which means that everyone in your family will be able to use hot water anytime on demand. How is this possible? Well, whenever somebody turns on the hot water faucet, the tankless water heater springs into action. Cold water flows into the heater and is instantly heated by copper and brass water ways known as exchangers. The result is endless hot water in a matter of seconds! The hot water temperature is set by you and will always remain the same, which should eliminate any incidences of burns or scalding water. When the members of your family are finished using the hot water, the tankless water heater will shut down until it is needed again. As you can see, this system is far more efficient than standard storage tank water heaters.

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Tankless water heaters also last longer than storage tank water heaters. Aside from being more space effective (most units are a quarter of the size of conventional heaters), tankless water heaters also provide unobstructed heat transfer. Why is this? Because water is not actually stored in a tankless heater, mineral build-up does not occur. This enables a tankless water heater to perform at the highest level for upwards of 20 years or more

Would you like General Plumbing & Rooter Concord Plumbing to install a tankless water in your your Walnut Creek home?

There is currently a $500.00- $1,500.00 Federal tax credit available for installation of a tank-less water heater in a home. This is not a tax deduction from taxable income. A 500.00 tax credit means 500.00 deducted from the taxes due to be paid by you the homeowner. If General Plumbing & Rooter Concord Plumbing furnishes and installs a tankless water heater and you save $30.00 to $80.00 per month on electricity, and receive your federal tax credit, your return on investment (R.O.I.) will be realized in 18-24 months. That is a fantastic R.O.I. Since the average service free lifespan of a superior quality tankless is water heater is 10-15 years.

General Plumbing & Rooter Concord Plumbing installs preferred upper line tankless water heaters. Calculating incoming water temperature, volume and velocity are required variables to consider when sizing a model that functions properly at the load or demand for your home.

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