Greater Pittsburgh Tankless Water Heater Services
Installations, Repairs, and Maintenance for Tankless Water Heater Customers in Allegheny County
Enjoy limitless hot water on demand with a top-of-the-line tankless water heater from Greater Pittsburgh Plumbing. Serving the Greater Pittsburgh Area and Allegheny County since 1981, our team of licensed and insured plumbers is ready to install, repair, maintain, and replace these high-efficiency appliances for all of our customers.
While conventional water heaters store and continuously heat water in a tank, tankless water heaters, as the name suggests, heat water directly without using a storage tank. When a hot water tap is turned on, cold water travels through a pipe into the unit where it’s heated instantly. This innovative technology provides a constant supply of hot water. This process also eliminates the standby energy losses associated with traditional water heaters, making tankless water heaters a more efficient and cost-effective choice for your home or business.
Our Master Plumber-led team brings an unmatched level of expertise to our tankless water heater services, ensuring that you get the chance to reap all of the great benefits these appliances have to offer. At Greater Pittsburgh Plumbing, it’s not just about keeping your water hot; it’s about delivering peace of mind through reliable, high-quality service.
The Benefits of Tankless Water Heaters
- Energy Efficiency: Tankless water heaters only heat water when needed, which results in significant energy savings over time compared to traditional water heaters that continuously heat stored water.
- A Constant Supply of Hot Water: Thanks to on-demand heating, tankless systems provide a continuous supply of hot water, eliminating the worry of running out of hot water during consecutive showers or extensive use.
- Space Saving: Tankless water heaters are compact, making them ideal for homes or businesses with limited space. They can be installed on virtually any wall, freeing up valuable floor space.
- Longer Lifespan: Tankless water heaters typically last longer than traditional water heaters. With regular maintenance, they can provide up to 20 years of reliable service, making them a worthwhile long-term investment.
- Reduced Risk of Water Damage: Since there’s no storage tank, the risk of water damage from leaks is significantly reduced. This can offer homeowners peace of mind and potentially save on costly repair bills.
- Eco-friendly: Tankless water heaters are generally more environmentally friendly than their conventional counterparts. They use less energy and reduce water waste, and most models are made with replaceable parts, extending their lifespan and reducing waste.
Curious about tankless water heaters? Call Greater Pittsburgh Plumbing at (412) 534-3432 today to request more information about our tankless water heater services!
Are Tankless Water Heaters Easy to Repair?
While tankless water heaters are known for their durability and long lifespan, they can occasionally run into issues that require repair services. The complexity of tankless water heaters often necessitates professional intervention to ensure the repair is carried out correctly and safely. So, while repairing these units might be easy for a technician from Greater Pittsburgh Plumbing, it may not be so easy for you.
Issues such as mineral build-up, ignition failure, or a burnt-out heating element may require expert attention. Our technicians are equipped with the right tools and training to diagnose and resolve these issues effectively, ensuring your water heater returns to optimal operation as quickly as possible with minimal mess or hassle.
It’s also important to note that attempting repairs without the proper expertise poses risks, including damaging the unit or voiding the manufacturer’s warranty. Therefore, while minor troubleshooting might be possible, it’s best to let professionals handle any substantial repair work. Investing in professional repairs protects your appliance and gives you the secure knowledge that the job has been done right.