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Top 3 Reasons to install a Tankless Water Heater When you Remodel

Read on to learn the top 3 reasons why you need to install a tankless water heater when you remodel your kitchen or bathroom.

They are quickly becoming the go-to water heating system. They are durable, reliable, and efficient. This means they are trending hot as a must-have on every homeowner’s wish list. They offer a convenience that is unbeatable–an endless supply of hot water.

If you are planning a bathroom or kitchen renovation soon, that’s the time to install this super-efficient water heating machine! You’ll already be pulling permits, hiring a plumber, removing fixtures and cabinetry. Why not take the plunge into the world of tankless water heaters? Most certainly, you will be glad that you did!

endless hot water1-ENDLESS SUPPLY OF HOT WATER

These units provide you with an endless supply of hot water. If you have a large family, maybe your renovation is to accommodate multiple people using the bathroom to get ready for work or school at the same time. Or, maybe you think you need a larger hot water tank because you run the dishwasher after dinner every evening only to find that there’s no warm water left to give the baby a bath–and all you want to do is get finished with your chores and relax!

If either of these sounds like your family, install one of these now!

They work on demand. This means that when you turn on the hot water, it the stream of water passes through a heating element and dispenses hot water to you almost instantly.

On the other hand, your hot water tank holds a limited amount of gallons of water hot and ready to dispense. When it runs out, it takes a little while to heat up more water. It’s basically like you putting a pot of water on the stove and heating it. It takes time.

The endless supply of hot water is the main reason that many homeowners choose these type of water heaters when they are renovating.

save space2-SPACE SAVING

They are a space-saving alternative to the hot water tank.

The hot water tank is often housed in either the basement (if you are lucky enough to have one) or a utility closet off the kitchen or bathroom.

If you are a family with the utility closet scenario, then renovation time is the perfect time to install a this water heater.

The old style hot water tank takes up a significant amount of space. It needs to sit level on the floor and needs a certain amount of clearance around it (the amount of space depends on you local code). It is installed in a separate closet or behind a metal panel off your bathroom or kitchen.

As a side note, mine used to have the metal panel before I switched to a tankless system. It was right off the kitchen, in my laundry room. The metal panel was the first thing you saw when you walked in my back door. We added sheetrock from the kitchen side of the wall. We used this newly available space from the other side…the master closet. We created a recessed shoe shelf. Indeed, it was a happy day for the lady of the house!

One of the most common reasons for a renovation is to maximize the space. You often renovate to correct an awkward floor plan or to add valuable storage space!

The only need only a small amount of space and can be mounted on the wall or under a vanity where it is hidden away. The plumber and carpenters will already be on site to complete your renovation, so installing this during your remodeling project will save you the hassle from doing this upgrade later.

Therefore, you will free up a significant amount of space when you choose these type units. You will be able to install a new linen closet, pantry, or recessed storage shelving by choosing one of these water heaters. You’re welcome!


Once you enter into your renovation full-on, you will see the validity of this statement. The time you spend waiting on tradesmen to come to your home to work is wasted time that you won’t get back!

The average life expectancy of a traditional hot water tank is 7 to 10 years; that of non tank  type is 15-20 years. That’s double the time between replacements! This eliminates the need for you to replace your unit for many years.

That sounds like a forward thinking plan!

Finally, they will make your household run more efficiently and conveniently. It is a must-have in your kitchen or bathroom renovation plan!

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