Water heaters make life more convenient and enjoyable. A typical water heater with a metal storage tank for holding the supply of hot water has a lifespan of about 10 years. After this time, the system may start to rust or develop other problems. It is best to replace the water heater before it experiences a major leak or malfunction. Consider these three reasons to have your plumber install a tankless water heater in Bartow County.

Unlimited Water Supply

If your household uses a lot of hot water, a system with no tank may be a wise choice. The last person to take a shower will not have to deal with a lack of hot water. There is essentially an unlimited supply of hot water with a water heater that does not use a storage tank.

Fits in Small Spaces

Water heaters with tanks are big. They can take up a whole utility closet. They are also difficult to maneuver, remove and install. A water heater with no tank can be installed in a closet or other small space. They are ideal for small homes and older homes without a utility room.

Less Risk of a Leak

Water heater tanks are notorious for leaking. A sudden gush of 80 gallons of hot water could cause extensive damage to a home’s flooring, drywall and furnishings. Alternatively, a small, steady leak could do immense damage over time while you’re unaware of the leak. A water heater that does not use a tank has less of a risk of a major leak.

A new tankless water heater in Bartow County has many advantages. If your old water heater needs to be replaced or no longer serves your needs, now might be a good time to look into a water heater replacement with a system that doesn’t use a tank.