we specialize in tankless water heaters and a variety of plumbing services
Welcome to Tankless Water Heater of San Diego. It is our pleasure to offer high quality and reliable installation of tankless water heaters for San Diego residents. Our certified and licensed plumbers have years of experience working with all different types of plumbing systems and plumbing problems. Our specialty however is the installation and service of tankless water heaters.
General Plumbing Repairs
However as licensed plumbers we provide service and repair for general plumbing problems, plumbing fixture installation and repair, fixture replacement, tankless water heater installation and service, water filtration service and re-pipe & re-routes.
Over the years we have earned customer loyalty by delivering on-time personalized service, expert skills and competitive pricing. We take great pride in our customer service skills and ability to respond quickly to our customers plumbing problems. When you call our office you are talking to professionals who are trained to help solve your problem, we listen, we care, and we match the right technician with the right job.
When you hear the mention of water heating, what really comes in mind? A hot shower may especially after a hectic day at work or maybe cooking or just any other domestic use of hot water.Water heating is that thermodynamic progression that makes use of energy source to heat water usually above its normal or rather initial temperatures either for industrial or everyday use.
For the installation of the tankless water heaters, it’s very important to have it done by experts. We have found that Noritz waters are the best in this particular field. Noritz is one of the best companies in the industry where it comes to hot water heaters. They have some of the most experienced professionals in the industry having been first in introducing the tank less water heater technology, they introduced the first modern, electronically controlled tankless water heater system in 1981.
They continue to be the leader in energy savings and tankless water heater systems. Needless to say the hot water heater is an indispensable component of an indoor plumbing structure.
A Little History
Water heaters are responsible for distributing hot water to whichever area in the house needs it. Conventional water heaters are huge tank units which occupy space in any home or apartment that could have been put in to better use rather than storing a water tank. As knowledge has evolved, also the advancement in technology has brought about the use of more proficient and also much smaller in size tankless water heaters hence replacing the traditional massive hot water heaters.
The principal difference between a customary hot water heater and the recent tankless hot water heater is the dimension or rather the size. A conventional hot water heater heats the water using gas or electric elements and then the warmed water is stored in a tank at the preferred temperature awaiting use.
Whole House & Point Of Use
On the other hand, a tankless water heater remains idle until the hot water is required, once there is a need for hot water it is then swiftly heated using comparable techniques and is immediately sent to the output appliance. Along with tankless water heaters, there typically exist two special types: whole-house heaters and point-of-use water heaters.
The two are pretty easy to distinguish between just as the names suggest. Starting with the whole-house water heater, this kind of a tankless water unit is slightly larger than the point of use water heaters. This is because it’s more powerful and can also be used to heat more outlets at a time. Despite the fact that the heater is able to simultaneously heat more than one outlet, it’s still small enough in size to be placed within the house without causing inconveniences.
The point of use heater is a minute unit, motorized by electricity, which can only used for a maximum of two outlets, such as kitchen sink and shower. Due to its size, the heater can comfortably be installed in small corners such as cabinets. In homes and also apartments, these are perfect because they convey an instant provision of hot water to the outlets as required and when needed.
Known By Other Names
Tankless water heaters are also known as inline, continuous flow, instant on and also on-demand water heaters. In the recent years this kind of water heating system has been gaining popularity among many people due to its ability to warm water very fast. These high control water heaters heat water as it runs through the device, and do not keep any water inside apart from that in the ex-changer coil. The heat exchangers are favored in these units due to their elevated thermal conductivity and effortlessness of production.
Tankless heaters can be installed all through a household at extra point-of-use, far from an inner water heater, or strategically centralized to supply all the hot water necessary for the whole house. The most important benefits of tankless water heaters are an abundant of continuous flow of hot water when needed unlike in the conventional water heating systems and future energy savings under some circumstances.
Selecting The Right One
In selecting a tankless water heater it’s important to consider some of the following factors before or when making a decision and prior to the installation of the heater. While some tankless heaters use electricity and others gas, this does not affect their performance in any way.
Some of the considerations are;
The use of tankless water heating systems comes with a lot of advantages, its use being clean and neat, it being long lasting and reliable, comfortable and convenient to its ability to save money. With saving you money, this makes tankless water heaters an investment, a special type of investment that pays itself. A Noritz water heater can help its customer save up to 40% off their utility bills over the course of a year.
Because a tankless water heating system functions only when hot water is needed, this decreases energy expenditure by up to 40% per year for the average family which is a tremendous energy savings. Some tankless units have energy factors that are as high as 95%, tankless water heating systems are well worth the time to look at and to invest in, give us a call today to discuss the options available to you!