Tankless water heaters are quickly growing in popularity among homeowners and even businesses throughout Denver. And it’s easy to see why: with a tankless water heater, you don’t have to wait for hot water—just turn on the tap and begin showering!
If you are planning on replacing your standard electric water heater with a tankless unit, we can help you find the right product for your property. Our plumbers at Bell Plumbing, Heating, Cooling & Electrical are licensed tankless water heater experts committed to providing the best services in Denver and surrounding areas.
Give us a call to discuss your hot water needs! We service all major water heater brands and specialize in Rheem Rinnai tankless water heater installations.
In addition to hot water “on-demand,” owners of tankless water heaters also enjoy:
If you are prepared to install a tankless water heater, contact Bell Plumbing, Heating, Cooling & Electrical for a consultation. We will discuss your hot water needs and help you navigate the various products available.
Keep in mind that tankless water heater installation will be different from a standard tank unit. We will likely need to upgrade your gas lines (to meet the larger fuel demand) or install a dedicated electrical outlet. Our experts will make sure the installation is completed safely.
Although tankless water heaters enjoy a longer operational life compared to tank units, they can still develop occasional problems—particularly if the unit’s flow rate is not enough to keep up with your hot water demands.
A water heater with a low minimum flow rate won’t be able to keep up with the demands of a larger household. You may lose hot water in the middle of a shower, experience inconsistent water temperatures, or fail to get any hot water at all.
This is why it’s essential to work with a licensed water heater installer. We are able to assess your hot water needs and recommend a unit with the appropriate flow rate. If your current unit’s flow rate is not enough, you can complement it with point-of-use devices or decide to upgrade to a new water heater entirely.
Blocked vents, ignition failure, and clogged heat exchangers are also other causes of common tankless water heater problems. If you are having trouble with your unit, give us a call to have the issue inspected and diagnosed by our experts.