Buyers receive up to 30 percent of the cost of the tankless water heater or $1,500 off, although conditions do apply, announces All-Tex Boiler & Plumbing Services
Houston, TX -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/14/2015 -- All-Tex Plumbing announces a federal tax credit on tankless water heaters, depending on the model selected. Buyers receive either $1,500 or up to 30 percent of the cost of the tankless heater, as long as it meets the requirements for this credit. Not all Energy Star products qualify for the credit, thus one needs to ensure they work with a plumber northwest houston to find one that meets the criteria.
"Tankless water heaters provide hot water as it is needed, offering an energy efficient alternative to traditional water heater tanks. A traditional water heater comes with an energy factor in the range of .52 to .59. In contrast, a tankless water heater features an energy factor of .69 to .80, allowing one to save money while having hot water on demand. Furthermore, tankless water heaters take up very little space in the home, something those living in small spaces are sure to appreciate," Jerridy Cox, spokesperson for All-Tex Boiler & Plumbing Services, reports.
In addition to taking up little space in the home, tankless water heaters tend to last 20 years or more and they are guaranteed not to leak. They continue to be 81 to 97 percent efficient throughout the life of the device, and most consumers opt for a gas powered unit, thanks to the superior flow rate. There is never the concern of energy loss when this option is selected, as there is no tank to hold standby reserves.
"One major health benefit of converting to a tankless hot water heat is the unit only stores cold water. One no longer needs to worry about bacteria growing in the tank as the water is stored. Be aware, however, that many units are not intended for multi-use purposes, thus one may need to purchase more than one tankless device to handle multiple demands simultaneously," Cox explains.
Water heaters need to be checked yearly to detect problems early. Tanks may rust or wear out or anode rods can go bad. The inspection ensures minor problems are caught before they become major ones. If a problem is detected and replacement is the recommended course of action, one should look into a tankless unit and take advantage of the federal tax credit while it is still in place.
"Converting to a tankless water heater is a good financial move, thanks to the benefits one obtains when doing so. Speak to a residential or commercial plumber Houston today to see if this is the right move for you," Cox recommends.
About All-Tex Boiler & Plumbing Services
A state certified, licensed and insured Texas LLC, All-Tex Boiler & Plumbing Services brings more than 25 years of experience to each transaction, serving residential and commercial customers alike. All solutions are delivered in a timely and efficient manner, yet remain affordable for all. One can count on excellent service also when working with this provider.