Tankless Water Heater Installation

Are you in the market for a new water heater? It may be time to consider a tankless system.

Tankless water heaters heat water on demand—that is, they heat only the water that you use at that moment. Water cycles through heating coils and into the pipes that lead to your hot water faucets.

tankless water heater installationTankless heaters are space savers, consisting of a tight arrangement of coils encased in an insulated box about the size of a carry-on suitcase. They can be mounted in your utility room, your garage or even on an exterior wall. Some homeowners install them in their bathrooms or kitchens to ensure hot water the moment they turn on the shower or sink faucets.

Tankless heaters can significantly reduce your water heating costs because they do not keep 40 gallons (or more) of hot water in reserve. And while they are more expensive to install, tankless water heaters last about twice as long as a conventional tank system.

Atlas Home Services Can Help You Decide If a Tankless Water Heater Will Work for You!
Your Atlas technician will discuss any concerns you have with your present system, and help you decide whether a tankless system will meet your household needs. Your technician will talk about installation costs, including any necessary modifications to your electrical or gas lines.

Your Atlas plumbing expert will explain your tankless water heater options.

Call 703-789-9070 for Priority Plumbing Service

We try to schedule same-day service, arrive with a full complement of replacement parts and can complete most repairs right away.

Call Atlas Home Services to Learn About Tankless Water Heaters

Call us at 703-789-9070 to schedule an appointment, or complete our online inquiry form and we will promptly contact you to discuss tankless water heater options.

Fun Fact

Tankless water heaters have been widely used in Europe and Japan for decades, and have become increasingly popular in North America as the Green Movement has gained traction.

Did You Know?

Because tankless water heaters draw water from your main water line only as you need it, there is no possibility of flooding from this kind of system.