Where can I Find Good Tankless Hot Water Heater Reviews?

To find a company that offers tankless hot water heater installation service at a reasonable price, call Southern Plumbing. We will install a tankless water heater that is designed to provide continuous hot water in your home or business without running up energy costs. Many are saying positive things about tankless water heaters and the reviews are good on average. They save the homeowner or business owner money, they take up less space, lasts much longer than regular heaters and are great for the environmentally-conscious folk that want "green" products for their home or business. Most reviews on tankless water heaters can be found simply by going to a search engine and typing in keywords related to tankless heaters. For instance, give this link a try - http://www.bobvila.com/blogs/tankless-hot-water-heater/. Southern Plumbing is the one name to remember when you want an energy-saving hot water heater. Our crew of professionals aims to provide outstanding service for each and every customer. Since 2004, we have provided specialized plumbing repairs, sewer line installation, re-routes, underslab sewerline tunneling and are certified tankless water heater installers. We also provide upfront pricing, so there are no surprises or hidden fees. Trust and reliability is what we built our business on and you can benefit greatly from our plumbing services.


What is the Cost on a Tankless Hot Water Heater Installation?

Although there are many benefits to installing a tankless hot water heater within ones' home or business, the question on most consumers mind is how much does one cost? The average low cost is about $835 while the high end is about $1,063. Water heater replacement cost is not much different in price. However, what you save on energy cost can balance out what you pay for one. The U.S. Department of Energy says that they are as much as 24 percent more efficient than the traditional water heaters (depending upon the home's daily demands for hot water). Southern Plumbing will work with you on the cost of installation. We work hard to develop relationships with our customers, so they will come back to us time and time again. Making sure the cost is reasonable is one way we accomplish this goal.

How Does a Tankless Hot Water Heater Work?

Tankless systems heat water as it is needed rather than continually heating up water as it is stored within a tank. They are great money-saving devices, since they help cut down on energy costs and conserve natural gas as well. Tankless water heaters also tend to last much longer than regular water heaters, sometimes up to five to 10 years. In addition, they take up less space. Read more about them here - http://home.howstuffworks.com/tankless-water-heater.htm. Contact Southern Plumbing today for a water heater in Houston and learn more about our tankless water heater selection. We have 24-hour service available and service the Sugar Land, Missouri City, and Greater Houston area.

Top advantages a tankless hot water heater provides over traditional hot water heaters

  • August 12, 2016

    What differences will I see when I have a tankless hot water heater installed?

    The first thing you will notice is that you NEVER run out of hot water. Tankless heaters are also known as “on-demand” heaters because water is only heated when hot water is needed. You won’t have to worry about kids taking a long shower right before someone needs to get ready for work or wait for the water to heat up again because someone has run a lot of hot water in the sink or shower to brush their teeth or to remove cosmetics. Your shower will be as hot as if you were the first one in there in the morning. If you have an all-electric home, you will also see a reduction in your monthly electric bill as you are not paying for the energy to continuously heat water.

  • May 24, 2016

    Published by Southern Plumbing

    You’re probably used to standing at the sink waiting for the water to get hot enough for your to use it. If you have a large family or multiple roommates, you probably find yourselves arranging and rearranging morning routines to allow everyone a hot shower. As you have probably learned the unpleasant way, too many people taking showers in a row often means there is no hot water in the home for a period of time. A tankless hot water heater will eliminate both of these problems, and provide instant and constant hot water.

    Another benefit of having a tankless hot water heater installed is a lower water bill each month. Because the water is hot as soon as you turn on the faucet, you will not waste water waiting for it to heat up.

    While tankless hot water heaters are easier on the household and the monthly budget, they are much more difficult to install. Tankless hot water heater installation must be customized to each home. A skilled plumber must be hired to install a tankless hot water heater. Call Southern Plumbing today and we’ll take care of installation for you!

  • February 24, 2016

    Published by Southern Plumbing

    Do you need a new water heater? Are you tired of waiting for the water to get hot? Does your hot water run out too quickly each time you shower? If you answered yes to these questions, you may want to consider a tankless heater and here’s why:

    Saves Money — This is a big one. According to Energy.gov, a tankless water heater can save 24-34% more energy than traditional storage tank heaters in homes that use 41 gallons or less of hot water a day.

    Takes Up Very Little Room — They are small devices. They can be tucked away in numerous areas of your home.

    Tankless Heaters Last Longer Than Traditional Water Heaters — A tankless heater can last up to twice as long as one with a tank. A tankless can last up to 20 years. A traditional heater, half that.

    No Wait For Hot Water — This is the primary attraction of a tankless heater: it provides hot water on demand. No twiddling your thumbs waiting for the hot water to show up, and no running out, either. When you are ready for a shower, you can do so immediately. That alone is worth the price of admission and why they beat storage heaters, hands down.

    In a one-on-one matchup between tankless and storage models, the storage model will be in hot water. Oops, did we just make that pun?

  • February 9, 2016

    Published by Southern Plumbing

    A water heater without a holding tank? Sure, you’ve heard of them, but do you know why they are superior to standard water heaters? First, it’s an endless supply of hot water, and if that isn’t enough, there are many more reasons why you should consider installing one. Read on and you will find out about these wonders of the modern age.

    No Tank, No Leaks

    Tankless heaters, in general, have a longer manufacturer’s warranty.  A more extended warranty translates into at least 15 years of use for a tankless water heater, which typically provide over twenty years of service. Conventional water heaters usually have a six-year warranty, at the longest, and may function up to ten years. There is quite a bit of difference between the two, and quite a bit of difference between the peace of mind each brings. Then there is the issue of getting water on the floor when a standard heater springs leaks. Other benefits of a tankless heater are that they save space and are enviro-friendly. A tankless heater will not end up in a landfill, unlike their traditional counterparts.

    Long-lasting, endless hot water and good for the environment, what more can you ask for?

  • January 24, 2016

    Published by Southern Plumbing

    Have you ever wondered if there was an alternative to the typical water heater? Perhaps the concept of a tank with a large volume of water, and hot water at that, sitting in your attic or garage is less than appealing. Maybe you get tired of running out of hot water if you are second or third in line for a shower. Fortunately, there is a solution to this problem.

    A Water Heater Without a Tank

    A tankless heater heats water without storing it. A heating element in a pipe heats cold water as it passes through the pipe. The result is a constant flow of hot water. An added benefit is there is no 20 or 40-gallon tank with all its attendant problems, taking up space in your home. A tankless heater is not only an efficient method of heating the water, but it is also an energy saver. The advantages of a tankless heater are many:

    1. Quick, efficient water heating
    2. Space-saving
    3. No water stored that can leak or run out in the middle of a shower
    4. Energy savings translate into money savings