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Warm up to a tankless water heater

Washington Energy | 10/08/2015 | Posted in Tankless water heaters

It’s 7am. You’re enjoying a soothing shower, when suddenly, something changes. The temperature slowly drops and your hot, relaxing shower turns into a stressful, frigid one.

It’s only after you’ve calmed your chattering teeth that you realize you were the fifth member of the family to take a shower this morning—big mistake. Don’t worry, there’s a way to ensure your showers stay warm, whether you’re first, fifth, or tenth in the shower queue.

It’s time to go tankless. Unlike a standard water tank that eventually runs out of hot water and requires time to reheat, a tankless water heater provides an endless supply of steamy H2O. Simply put, it’s on-demand hot water.

There are several comfort and efficiency benefits in going tankless.

Feelin’ hot, hot, hot

Not surprising, the most obvious benefit of tankless water heaters is the endless hot water it provides. No fighting for the first shower of the day or competing with the washer or dishwasher for hot water. It’s there when you need it, for as long as you need it.

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No wasted energy

Installing a tankless water heater can reduce the cost of water heating by up to 30%, if you keep your relative water usage the same. That’s because there’s no continual heating component like a standard water heater. No heating overnight, during the day while your family is at work and school, or when you’re on vacation. It’s ready to heat—but not before you say so.

As a bonus, this efficient operation allows tankless water heaters to enjoy a lifespan that is twice as long as standard water heaters.

A cool set of options for warmth

All homes, budgets, and water needs are different. That’s why we carry several brands and models to provide the pricing and features that work best for you.

20% off for a limited time

If this isn’t a benefit, we don’t know what is. Get 20% off tankless water heaters* now with our Cash for Clunkers promotion. There’s never been a better time to keep the hot water flowing.

These energy-saving, endless-hot-water-flowing solutions provide peace of mind and peaceful mornings. It’s time to reclaim your showers.

*Sale ends 11/30/2015 – Visit our sale page for our latest specials.

10 Responses to “Warm up to a tankless water heater”

  • George Tuton and Patricia Tuton

    Interested in the Tankless/On Demand system. I have a recently installed (2-19-2015) 50 gal. Rental Water Heater from PSE. So…I’m not sure it is financially feasible for us to convert! Perhaps in the future?

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    • Washington Energy

      Hi George and Patricia, there is one easy way to find out – and that is by giving us a call or by filling out our free estimate form. Either way we can give you our best recommendations and a price at no risk to you.

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  • Richard Bisbee

    I’ve heard the Rheem is a reputable system. What is the general pricing for a few?

    We’re not actually looking, just want to get a picture of the possibilities.

    Thanks

    Reply
    • Washington Energy

      Hi Richard, Rheem is a fantastic brand – that’s why we sell it! We offer free estimates because we don’t like to deal with ballpark figures. Every install is different and we want to be as accurate as possible with our price. If you want an estimate, we’d be happy to help. Just give us a call anytime at 1-800-398-4336.

      Reply
    • Washington Energy

      Hi George, I have forwarded your information to our call center. They should reach out to you via email. If you prefer faster service, just give us a call or use our free estimate form. Thanks!

      Reply
  • Ken Eaves

    I don’t have natural gas or propane, is a tankless water tank feasible for electric power only?

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    • Washington Energy

      Hi Ken, thanks for the question. In order to provide hot water for an entire home, you would have to install multiple units and with the amount of electricity that is required, you are potentially talking about a full electrical panel upgrade, which still might not be able to cover the draw. And even if you can, you are now using so much more electricity that you no longer have any true savings. Right now, the best means to heat water when only electricity is available is a heat pump hybrid (such as our GE GeoSpring) water heater. If you’re in our area, give us a call!

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  • DALLEN BOUNDS

    I WANT TO LOOK AT TANKLESS WATER HEATERS. MY TANK IS LESS THAN 10 YEARS OLD, BUT IT SEEMS TO RUN OUT OF HOT WATER TOOOOOO FAST. I AM 72 AND COULD USE SOME HELP HERE. THANKS.

    Reply
    • Washington Energy

      Dallen we would love to help you with that. I have found you in our system and we will be contacting you soon! Thanks, Washington Energy

      Reply

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