Home water storage has come down to two options for households: traditional and tankless. Traditional tank systems offer a limited supply of water to flow through every faucet in your home. This water supply stores 30-50 gallons of water kept heated at all times, refilling once it is empty to reheat. Tankless water heaters use an electric or gas source to heat water on-demand anytime you turn a source on. Hot water essentially flows all the time, which means you’ll never need to fight for a hot shower again!
A tankless electric and gas water heater may be the best option for you if you want an unlimited supply of hot water running through your home. There may be higher initial costs when installing one, but its lifespan lasts longer than a traditional and its capabilities are likely to help you cut back on energy costs. A traditional water heater is typically cheaper to maintain when it does require repairs and might work best in a home where water is not always constantly flowing. Keep in mind that traditional tanks take up more space than a tankless one, and may not help in saving on utility costs.
No matter which type of water heater you have, repairs and/or replacement will almost always be necessary. Water heaters will over time need to be replaced or undergo repairs, no matter how high-quality they are. There are ways to save on maintenance costs for your electric or gas heater, depending on whether you have a traditional or tankless option. Either option you do have, our Ground Zero experts know exactly what to do for all gas and electric water tanks. We specialize in both traditional and tankless systems.
Ground Zero Plumbing focuses on doing the job right for your traditional or tankless water heater from the moment we walk in. We strive to provide our customers with quality workmanship and give exemplary customer service so that when we finish the job, you’ll be able to relax. Our licensed crew will work with you to provide the maintenance you need at affordable prices.