What our clients say
Tankless Water Heaters are an incredibly valuable alternative to traditional water heaters. However, there are many factors to consider before starting the project:
Power source (electric, gas)
Size of home
Because of these factors, installation of a tankless water heater requires an expert evaluation to determine the feasibility of going tankless.
“The fact is, not everyone needs one, and not everyone would benefit from one. But when the specifications are met where a tankless water heater installation makes sense, they are a great solution with many benefits.” -Mark Plummer, Owner of PRO Hot Water & Plumbing Service
Contact Mark today to discuss your tankless water heater needs. He will:
explore your “why” (eco-friendly, cost savings, efficiency, etc.),
examine your home,
and recommend the best tankless solution.
Mark Plummer, 45+ years of experience and Owner/Operator of PRO Hot Water & Plumbing Service
Tankless water heaters are becoming more common. They are a good choice for many households because they are very efficient. Tankless water heater efficiency is the result of two factors: one since they only make hot water when it is needed (they do not store hot water), so there is no stand by heat loss, and second, most models capture more heat energy from the combustion process than traditional gas water heaters. The combined effect of these two factors allows for very high efficiency and more hot water over time.
Today’s Tankless water heaters are very complex, and should only be installed and serviced by qualified professionals.
The service/repair of these units requires skills and training that are not common in the plumbing industry .It is very important that anyone installing and servicing these units has the skills needed to do the work correctly.
PRO Hot Water Service is highly skilled in the installation and repair of modern tankless water heaters.
Tankless water heaters are available in electric models. However electric models are not practical for most household applications.
as a result most tankless water heaters are gas, either natural gas, or propane gas.
They are available in models designed for various locations, indoors, outdoors, attics, basements, confined locations so there is a lot of versatility in adapting a tankless water heater to an existing home.
PRO Hot Water Service is an expert in tankless water heater conversions/installations/and repairs.
We stock the most common parts for many of these brands and can in many cases get your issue resolved the same day.
We will give you an honest evaluation of the condition and repair worthiness of your water heater and make fair recommendations as to your options for repair or replacement.