Tankless Water Heater


Kingston Plumbing & Heating, Inc. is proud to offer Massachusetts residents the option to install a tankless water heater – the newer, more energy-efficient unit that heats water only as needed. A tankless water heater can save your household money in the long run due to optimized energy savings. If it’s time to replace your old water heater with a newer model, consider going tankless. The environment and your wallet will thank you. Check out our $250-off coupon for on-demand tankless water heaters!

Pros and Cons of the Tankless Water Heater

The benefits you receive when you purchase a tankless water heater speak for themselves. However, it may not be the right solution for everyone. Learn the pros and cons of installing a tankless water heater in your home or commercial property before you buy. A few pros to investing in a tankless water heater include:

  • Enhanced energy efficiency. Since you eliminate the cost of keeping 50 gallons of water hot around the clock, you save big on energy. Tankless water heaters use 30% to 50% less energy than those with tanks. You’ll also have peace of mind knowing that you’re doing your part to conserve the earth’s resources and reduce your household’s energy consumption.
  • More space in your home. Tankless means just that: these water heaters don’t require the large holding tanks that conventional heaters do. The appliance is much smaller, easily mounting to a wall in a closet or back room.
  • Continuous hot water supply. You’ll never run out of hot water for your shower again. On-demand water heating means you get hot water when you need it. Since the tankless system heats water as it runs through the tap instead of drawing from a pre-heated storage tank, there’s no “running out.”
  • You have the choice between a gas-fired tankless water heater and electric. Each has its advantages and disadvantages. Trust your Kingston Plumbing & Heating, Inc. contractor to help you decide which is best for your household and hot water needs.

While the tankless water heater has brought significant improvements to the conventional model, like any appliance, it has a few drawbacks for some home and business owners. Tankless water heaters typically have a higher initial cost than conventional systems. However, in the 15- to 20-year lifespan of a unit, owners can make up the cost in utility bill savings.

Smaller residential units serve one hot water faucet at a time, which may pose a problem in a busy household. However, this issue is solvable with a larger tankless water heater unit. Not all homes can support tankless water heaters. Those with electric-only utilities may need to upgrade their systems.

How to Choose Your Water Heater Company

When it’s time to choose a company to remove your old water heater and install a tankless one, you need to know what credentials to use. Not every plumbing and heating company is equal. You need a dependable local company with positive reviews and principles you agree with. The success of your tankless water heater depends on the quality of the installation. Here’s what to look for in a plumbing and heating company:

  • Positive reviews. Customer testimonials speak volumes about what working with a company is really like. Before you decide to sign on the dotted line, read a company’s reviews to see how satisfied previous customers have been with the professionalism, quality of work, and all-around experience.
  • Certifications, references, and accreditations. Genuine plumbing companies will have no problem showing you their references and qualifications upon request. Look for the Better Business Bureau (BBB) insignia on a company’s website as a mark of its professional quality.
  • Easy communication. If your plumbing company won’t discuss your water heater options on an individual level and tailor your solution to your home and energy usage, there’s no guarantee that it’s the right heater for you. Choose a company that will come to your home and assess your water usage before suggesting a tankless water heater or other system.
  • Free, up-front price estimates. Nobody likes billing surprises. If a company doesn’t offer free estimates, it may be hiding something – such as hidden or hefty labor fees. A free estimate is your way to compare different prices from competitors in your local area.

An efficient installation means a tankless water heater with a longer lifespan, fewer maintenance requirements, and no worry. It takes a qualified and caring plumbing company to install a tankless water heater properly, give sound professional advice, and dispose of old water heaters responsibly. A tankless water heater isn’t an investment that most people take lightly. Trust a plumbing company that takes this task just as seriously as you do. Partner with Kingston Plumbing & Heating, Inc.

Come to Kingston Plumbing & Heating, Inc. for Tankless Water Heaters

If you believe that a tankless water heater is for you or you’d like to consult with expert plumbers on another type of water heating solution, get in touch with Kingston Plumbing & Heating, Inc. We’re industry experts with extensive training in the sale, distribution, installation, and maintenance of all types of water heaters. We even send our crewmembers to special training sessions to get ahead of the competition. If you need sound, honest, and reliable advice about water heaters, Kingston Plumbing & Heating, Inc. is your source. For more information about a tankless water heater on your property, call (978) 304-1933.

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