Needing a new water heater for a home means a big project. First, the old water heater will need to be unplugged, drained, and removed. Once this task has been completed, you will need to find, purchase, and install a brand new water heater. In-between all of this, you will be charged with making sure that the measurements of the new heater will fit in with your old space and making sure that the pipes will work for the new machine. Instead of a traditional water heater, you can always opt for point-of-use hot water heating systems. Here is why a point-of-use heater will work for anyone.
These heaters produce instant water
A point-of-use hot water heater is a fraction of the size of traditional hot water heating tanks. For this reason, most people underestimate their ability to produce water properly. Point-of-use heaters are actually able to produce hot water in a short amount of time for showers, sinks, and the washing machine. If you are tired of waiting for hot water, a point-of-use water heater will clear up this issue.
These can be installed with just a little space
Point-of-use systems are often attached to the wall due to how small they are. They can also be placed under the sink, or they can sit inside of a kitchen cabinet. As long as the lines are properly hooked up for hot water, you will be able to utilize this system easily. If you have a small home and little room, you will be able to use the hot water space for something more desirable and place the point-of-use water heaters in just a foot worth of space. Have an HVAC contractor set up the water lines so that these machines operate on the appropriate plumbing appliance in each room.
These systems are much more affordable
Placing a point-of-use water heater in every shower or sink in your home is typically easy. Because these systems cost less than a traditional water heater, affording a few at a time is an easy thing to do. If you live in a small home with only two sinks and one shower, needing only two of these systems can be a nominal cost. Purchasing a point-of-use water heater for each room in your home with plumbing can take much less out of your savings account than the installation of a regular heater.
For more information, contact your local installation team today.