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Tankless Water Heater Installation and Replacement Services in Helmetta, Monroe, West Windsor, NJ and Surrounding Areas

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Tankless Water Heaters in Cranbury & Central NJ


Did you know that water heaters account for nearly 30% of the average home’s energy budget? Are you looking to take that down a notch, but not sure how? We have a great recommendation for you: tankless water heaters. Our energy-savvy technicians will help you choose the right unit that matches your home’s needs, and we’ll also install it for you to make sure it runs at maximum efficiency. Just look to R.A. Nichols Plumbing & Heating for all of your tankless water heater needs in the Cranbury area.


Benefits of Tankless Water Heaters

Many of our clients have already made the successful switch to tankless water heaters. They’ve been quick to notice the many advantages and benefits, including…

Up to 50% more energy efficient: Your tankless unit can help you save anywhere from 8% to 50% more in energy costs every year.

Less need for repairs: Tankless water heaters are more robust and last at least ten years longer than their tank counterparts, which need to be repaired every few years. Tankless units are also less risky—you won’t have to worry about flooding from a ruptured or leaking tank because there is no tank.

Hot water on demand: Tankless water heaters produce hot water right when you need it. This means no more cold splashes in the shower when someone else is using the sink! The hot water on demand system only gives you hot water when you need it, so you’re not wasting energy warming up water that you don’t need yet (which is a disadvantage of the traditional tank heater).

Flexible installation options: Tankless water heaters take up less space than tanked heaters. Your tankless unit can be attached to your wall, inside a cabinet, or under a counter.

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