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Tankless Hot Water Solutions - Dallas Tankless Water Heaters

Looking to save money for your business this year? Savings and cost cutting tips can and should consider HVAC systems replacement  Depending on the type of business you have, HVAC units play a huge role in your day to day business operations as far as costs are concerned. A water system is a very significant componet of your small business, and using a tankless water heater could be a great solution that will save you money and also help to conserve water at the same time. Go Tankless!

Examples of business commercial applications who use hot water solutions would be small gyms, fitness centers, laundry mats, restaurants, and plant facilities, and others which use large quantities of hot water. Sandard storage water heaters do have specific needs, centralized locations, and must have regular maintenance options to work efficiently.

Most businesses typically use some type of standard storage water heating options. Often this technology can waste a lot of energy because they switch to "stand-by" mode when hot water is not in use. When switched on and in use, they take a while to warm up, causing you to wait and resulting in loss of business efficiency. Let's consider other options.

The Benefits of Going Tankless:

  • A tankless water heater could be the perfect solution for those who want hot water and to save money and conserve water as well. Tankless water heaters are also known as instantaneous or demand water heaters, and have become very popular due to efficiency. Cold water travels through a pipe into the water heater and is then heated by an electric or a gas-fired element. As a result, hot water is instantaneous, and you don't need to waste your time waiting for the water to warm up. Simple principals means savings.
  • Tankless Water Heaters can also simultaneously produce and supply endless streams of hot water to multiple outlets without the hassle of temperature fluctuation. These units are so popular that even the U.S. Department of Energy recommends them.
  • Space Savings - tankless water heaters are compact units and in most cases can be wall-mounted units.
  • Energy-Efficiency - 30-50% percent more energy efficient than a traditional water heater.
  • Money-Saving - automatic shut off when the water supply is closed, resulting in lowered utility bills.

Consider These Additional Factors:

  • Gas vs Electric - If you have a choice between gas and electric, it's an option to go with gas units since they are typically more powerful and more energy efficient than the electric units. Venting requirements are a consideration for a gas unit, whereas electric tankless water heaters are hardwired and typically have high amperage requirements; however there are no venting requirements with an electric unit.
  • Electric units are usually suitable for industrial uses when they can replace a standard tank that is using thousands of kilowatt hours per year to heat water for a bathroom that does not require much hot water. In this situation, an electric tankless heater can result in substantial savings over an existing electric tank water heater.
  • Flow Rate - While tankless water heaters can provide an endless supply of hot water, they have a limitation as to how much hot water can be produced at any given time. There is also a relationship between the amount of hot water produced in GPM (gallons per minute) and the temperature rise. The temperature rise refers to the number of degrees the inlet water temperature is increased.
  • For example, in the US the average inlet water temperature is 55 degrees, so to raise the water to 115 degrees in this case would require a 60 degree temperature rise. Modern gas tankless systems can produce as much as 9 gallons of hot water per minute which is the equivalent of four standard showers at once.
  • How Much Hot Water do You Need at One Time? - Do you need to run 2 showers at the same time or maybe a shower and a couple sinks? We suggest using 2.0 GPM for a shower and 1.0 GPM for a bathroom as a reference point in determining your total simultaneous water needs.

Enjoying Benefits Today - With all the benefits a tankless water heater offers your small business you should check out the different models available. You can find the perfect one for your water heating needs and start enjoying saving space, energy and money!

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