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Tankless Water Heater

What is a Tankless Water Heater?

Most traditional water heaters maintain a large volume of water at a constant heated temperature. Tankless water heaters produce hot water only when necessary. This means when a hot water faucet is turned on, cold water enters the tankless system. The burners ignite and the cold water is heated in the heat exchanger.


The hot water then flows to the faucet or appliance. The water heater automatically shuts itself off when no hot water is required, and goes on standby mode. It works on demand by using sensors and a computer board, to detect the demand for hot water in the home and adjust the rate of firing, supplying just the right amount.


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Tankless Water Heater Installation & Repair

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Our technicians are certified factory trained Rheem installers. 


Tankless water heaters are available in electric, natural gas, and propane fired models.


Tankless water heaters are wall mounted taking up less space than a traditional water heater tank.


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The Benefits of Tankless Hot Water Heaters

More energy efficiency - Tankless water heaters produce hot water only when necessary.

Never run out of water - Tankless water heaters us 30% - 50% less energy than a traditional water heater because they eliminate the extra cost of keeping 40 to 50 gallons of hot water in a storage tank.

Easy installation & service- At Gottier Plumbing & Heating, we are certified Rheem installers.

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