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Tankless water heater

Water heaters tend to last for a maximum average of 15 years. If your water heater has not already malfunctioned, it is only a matter of time before it does so. Rather than being forced to make a hasty replacement decision, plan ahead and avoid unnecessary inconveniences.
Don’t take your hot water for granted, call Sunburst Electric to get a new tankless water heater installed before your hot water goes cold!

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Why choose a tankless water heater?

Tankless hot water heaters generate hot water on demand, while traditional hot water heaters generate constant hot water (whether you are using it or not).  Standby hot water created by tank water heaters wastes energy and costs associated with this wastage amount to between 10% and 20% of a home’s annual water heating expenses.  With tankless hot water heaters your water will only be heated as required. Tankless water heaters not only save energy and money, but also take up significantly less space as there is no need for a bulky tank.  

When would I need a new water heater?
  • Your existing water heater is older than 10-15 years.

  • Water is not being heated effectively, or is not heated at all.

  • The tank is leaking.

  • There is evidence of excessive corrosion.

  • The tank has rusted through.

  • There is noticeable moisture around the base of the tank.

  • The tank is emitting noticeable smells.

  • You hear regular clanging and popping sounds when opening a tap.

  • Significant mineral buildup has clogged water lines, resulting in reduced water pressure.

  • You find that the tap water is rust-coloured.

  • You want to upgrade to a tankless water heater.

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