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Tankless Water Heater Installation Nashville TN

Doctor Drips is a certified plumbing company that has been serving the Nashville area through a multitude of services for years. Let our expert sales team, service staff, and Tankless Water Heater Installation Specialists help you meet your Tankless Water Heater needs.

Our Tankless Water Heater Services includes:

  • Installation
  • Repair
  • Service
  • Relocation
  • Design
  • Retro-fit
  • Re-piping

Doctor Drips provides services and repairs to a variety of tankless brand-name manufacturers, even those originally installed by another company. From precise troubleshooting to a complete rebuild, Doctor Drips is the most reliable and experienced choice trained and licensed to work on a wide array of tankless models, both new and old.

Point of Use Hot Water, or On-Demand Hot Water, is the premise behind Tankless Water Heaters: they only use energy/gas when there is a demand. This results in an endless supply of hot water, as well as direct savings to the customer with a typical unit saving around 35% a year. Additionally, you’re not only saving money but bettering the environment in the process. Tankless Hot Water Heaters are designed to outlast conventional water heaters and are much smaller by design, allowing them to be mounted either inside or outside the home.

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No hot water? When you need to heat water, it demands more from you and consumes extra energy than any work in the house. Like any household, we use a whole lot of hot water and waste a large amount of energy in the manner in which we supply it. Though most homes use the storage type heater, a more practical alternative to traditional ones is the well-known tankless water heaters. These heaters supply you with a constant flow of hot water on demand and they have no storage capacity as their name indicates. They are mainly available in electric and gas models and work by using a sensor device that controls heating at a certain minimum flow rate when you open the tap.

Replace water heaters with tankless can be advantageous, but they cost more and they are not that easy to install. Nevertheless, using them is a plus as they heat water when needed, reducing energy consumption and lowering utility bills. The system also wastes less heat and can outlast the most convenient storage heaters today. When it conks out, the unit is very easy to repair and broken parts are not difficult to replace.

When you decide to install one, it calls for more than the basic know-how. In most cases, several manufacturers require you to get help from a skilled contractor to set it up. Depending on the type of the tankless system, installation may need upgrading or altering the existing electrical and gas systems in the home to support the new assembly. For instance, placing a needed circuit or specific wiring for the electric tankless heating system is needed while changes in the gas airflow for the gas system may be essential. When you look for a selection of contractors to do this, you need to ensure that they are licensed, trained, and experienced so that installing your newly upgraded water heating system is simple and trouble-free.

Tankless Water Heater Repair

Doctor Drips provides the best tankless water heater repair services at a reasonable cost in Nashville, TN. These efficient units are ideal for large families who use a lot of hot water during the day, or for small homes looking to save space and there is no possibility of flooding due to a ruptured tank. Maintaining your tankless hot water heater can help you avoid downtime related to repair issues. It can also potentially help with the longevity of your unit and promote energy efficiency. Water hardness is one of the more significant problems that can result in needed repairs.  Regular system maintenance will diminish the effects of hard water. With proper installation, regular maintenance, and removal of scale buildup, tankless water heaters can last over 20 years.

How Much Does it Cost to Have a Water Heater Installed?

You know you’re in trouble when you see cloudy and cold water coming out when you open your hot water tap. Though water heaters may generally last for over a decade, sudden breakdowns can occur. The moment this crops up, it’s ideal to look for a good replacement or a system upgrade.

For the most part, you can check if the old water heating system still suits your home or your home inspection and audit suggest that a new and better heating system is called for. A wide selection of heater types and sizes is out there for you to find and purchase and they come equipped with the latest energy-saving and modern technology to boot. You can take your pick from the different gas models, electric, tankless units, etc.

To govern your choice of water heaters, you ought to consider the amount of hot water that you need or what your home needs, your existing line set up, and the relative cost of the water heaters. Once you figure this out, you can start your search. If you’re seeking a standard heater, you may want to overlook the brand and get a good deal with a good warranty. On average, basic water heaters on sale run about $150 to less than a thousand, depending on the make, energy efficiency, and total capacity. For instance, shopping for a tankless water heater can cost about $200 to $1,000. As for the highly efficient and extended-life systems, they clearly cost more.

Admittedly, installing your new system by yourself can save you the cost and the trouble of getting a contractor to do the setup. A plumber can cost about a couple hundred dollars. Doing it on your own can allow you to cut the installation expenses in half.

If you are looking for the Installation of a New Tankless Water Heater, looking to Replace a Water Heater with a Tankless, or need to Repair an existing Tankless Water Heater, please contact Doctor Drips at 615-970-0047 and we are servicing in Nashville, TN & surrounding areas.