Tankless Water Heater Installation in St. Paul
Our Water Heater Pros Serve the Greater Twin Cities Area
Traditional storage tank water heaters are a household staple, supplying hot water for all your hygiene, cleaning, and cooking needs — but that on-demand supply can run out if you run the tank empty. Then you’re stuck waiting for it to reheat a new batch of cold water, which frequently means a delay. If your water heater isn’t big enough for your usage in a particular time frame, you’re going to run into cold water when you least want it.
But this problem doesn’t have to be a problem in your home if you make one simple upgrade.
Interested in going tankless? Call HomeWorks at 651-273-2450 today and talk to one of our Twin Cities water heater experts!
Tankless Water Heater Installation and Replacement
A tankless water heater is a newer style of water heater that doesn’t have a storage tank holding and heating water at all times. Instead, as you draw hot water, your tankless water heater will quickly heat the water as it passes through its winding interior, delivering immediately heated water to wherever in your home you need it. You won’t run out of hot water as long as your water and energy supply are available.
Whether you’re looking to change to a tankless water heater, you need to add a water heater to a property, or you want to replace an existing tankless water heater that’s having problems, our professionals can help make it easy.
Want to learn more? Contact HomeWorks by dialing 651-273-2450 today to speak with our Twin Cities water heater experts!
Why Choose a Tankless Water Heater for Installation?
Many homeowners are going tankless to enjoy the many advantages the new technology offers. While not running out of hot water is the main benefit, it’s far from the only benefit. Tankless water heaters also offer:
- Safety: Tankless water heaters don’t have any risk of building up high amounts of pressure the way a traditional water heater does
- More space: A tankless water heater takes up far less space in your home than a traditional water heater because it doesn’t need to store a large amount of water.
- Reduced costs: Tankless water heaters require less maintenance, heat water more efficiently, and last longer without replacement than traditional water heaters.
- Longer life span: A tankless water heater can last decades if well-maintained — as much as twice the life span of a similarly cared-for traditional water heater.
Need to install or replace a tankless water heater? Trust our team to help!
Nobody services the water heaters of more residents of the Twin Cities than the team at HomeWorks. When you need a new tankless water heater, whether it’s your first or a replacement, you can trust our team to help you find the right model and install it perfectly to specification. Plumbing problems start at installation, so save yourself pain by working with our team.
Ready to get started? Set up an appointment for tankless water heater replacement or installation in St. Paul today!
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I know if a tankless water heater is right for my household?
A tankless water heater is rarely going to be incompatible with your household. If you find that you need a lot of hot water back to back, it’s especially good because it will never “run out” of hot water. Even multiple users of hot water at the same time, such as two showers and a load of dishes, isn’t an issue as long as your system is sized appropriately for your needs.
I have a traditional water heater, but I want to go tankless. How do I know if my home will accommodate a tankless unit?
Most homes won’t have any trouble adding a tankless water heater because they don’t require much space to install. The only limitation worth considering is adequate access to gas or electricity for the unit and what it might cost to get gas or electricity to the correct location if it’s not already close.
How are tankless water heaters so efficient?
A tankless water heater heats cold water as it passes through the unit right before you use that water; it doesn’t always keep the water hot the way a tank water heater must. With a traditional storage-tank water heater, you’re using a ton of energy heating and reheating water until you finally end up using some.
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