Austin, TX, July 20, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- TanklessWater.com, http://www.tanklesswater.com, specializes in tankless and mini tank water heaters; they provide outstanding consumer awareness via product reviews and buying guides, and recommend questions to consider prior to purchasing your tankless water heater.
As stated on TanklessWater.com, tankless water heaters only heat water when you open a hot water faucet and stops heating the water when you turn off the hot water faucet. Therefore, energy is only being used to heat water then the water is needed. Tankless water heaters provide an endless supply of hot water and are much smaller in size than traditional water heaters. Tankless systems can hang on a wall to save floor space and they will not develop a corrosive leak like tank systems can. Tankless systems also have a smaller impact on the environment and are almost entirely recyclable and are designed to last up to 20 years.
You also need to choose the model that can deliver the volume of hot water to meet your needs. The best method for sizing this type of water heater is to know how many sinks or showers each model can run simultaneously. TanklessWater.com has models that can run from one sink to two showers at a time.
TanklessWater.com estimates that you can save anywhere from 11% to 69% off your hot water heating bill depending on which model of tankless water heater you purchase, what size water heater you currently have and if it runs on gas or electricity. Most homes use hot water for a cumulative total of about one hour per day, yet they typically keep 40 to 50 gallons (oftentimes more) of hot water 24 hours a day. Having a system that eliminates the storage and heats only as you use it can dramatically reduce your energy consumption.
TanklessWater.com suggests gas units over electric units because they are more powerful and more energy efficient. Ariston models are electric point of use tank water heaters that are designed to mount under your sink counter and provide instant hot water but in limited quantities. Once you decide if you want electric or gas tankless unit, TanklessWater.com states that you then need to know how much venting your installation will require (for gas units) or the minimum electrical requirements (for electric units). The most important elements for a gas installation have to do with the venting, proper gas line sizing and combustion air requirements. The electric tankless water heaters are hard wired and typically have high amperage requirements; however there is no combustion air or venting requirements with an electric unit. Page Two TanklessWater.com provides excellent consumer awareness via buying guides, product installation manuals and well-informed customer service representatives, which helps to leave buyers unstressed on their purchase. For further information, contact TanklessWater.com at 800-334-1494.
At TanklessWater.com, they make it easy for you to purchase many products via their world-class e-Commerce web site. They can help you make the best decisions for your home and your needs. They make it easy to shop at their store. The price you see is what you pay, there are NO hidden costs. With easy to find products, detailed product information and simple checkout process, they aim to be the best in today’s marketplace. Their mission is to produce for you, their customer, the fastest, easiest, and most informative shopping experience possible. They will continue to innovate and commit to developing to customer satisfaction and the delivery of an educational and satisfying shopping experience.
TanklessWater.com, a subsidiary of Web Stores America, Inc. is located in Austin, Texas. Web Stores America is a conglomerate of multiple companies all focused on consumer related products.