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Tankless Water Heater Installation in Lexington, NC

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We offer a full line of installation, maintenance & repair that your home tankless hot water heater may require, no matter the problem or time of year it is. You can count on the trusted professionals at Pro Plumbing Air & Electric for:

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How Much Does a New Tankless Hot Water Heater Installation Cost in NC?

On average, a brand new water heater unit will generally cost between $500 to $1,000 for installation, depending on the type & size (gallons per minute) of the water heater. Yet, this can vary considerably between the two types of water heaters, traditional tank & tankless. In addition, there are several other factors that can affect the overall cost of a tankless water heater installation or replacement:

  • What's the Difference Between a Traditional Tank Water Heater & a Tankless Water Heater in NC?
    A traditional tank water heater stores gallons of water so hot water is always available. A tankless water heater will heat up water on demand which will save you money in energy costs down the road. Tankless water heaters also save space so they're much easier to install in where's most convenient for your home.
  • Is Gas or Electric a Better Fuel Source in North Carolina Homes?
    This decision can be heavily dependent on your geopgraphic location & what local costs are on natural gas and electricity. However, generally it's a bit more expensive for a gas water heater vs. an electric water heater. A gas traditional tank water heater may cost $50 to $100 more than an electric & a gas tankless water heater may cost as much as $500 or more than an electric tankless water heater in North Carolina.
  • What Size Tankless Water Heater Does Your North Carolina Home Need?
    Referring to tankless style water heaters, these units are measured in gallons per minute in reference to on-demand flow rate and commonly range from 4- to 8-gallon per minute units. Keep in mind, the larger the tank the more costly will be for the unit itself plus the heating costs. Let the plumbing experts at Pro Plumbing Air & Electric help you decide which option is best for your home with a installation evaluation & cost estimate today!

No matter your hot water needs, our expert North Carolina plumbers will determine the best tankless water heater type & size for you with professional advice on your install before any work is done. You'll know exactly what solution is best at an affordable cost for your new tankless water heater.

Need a new tankless hot water heater installation or replacement but not sure which type? Ask a Pro Plumbing Air & Electric expert below for fast answers & get reliable service your neighbors trust!

Schedule a Comprehensive Home Tankless Water Heater Installation Evaluation Near You in NC

Is your home's tankless hot water heater experiencing issues? Pro Plumbing Air & Electric is the trusted name in North Carolina tankless water heater install services near you.

Schedule your home tankless water heater installation & replacement cost estimate service today & ensure your water heater unit system is running smoothly all year!

How much does a tankless water heater cost?

Most of the cost in installing a new tankless water heater is in the actual installation itself. The units themselves do cost a fair amount, but the labor is the real cost. Call Pro Plumbing Air & Electric today to get a quote and install your new tankless water heater.

My old water heater ruptured and flooded my basement. Can this happen with a tankless water heater?

No, a tankless water heater will not rupture and flood your basement. Tankless water heaters have holding tanks, which prevent this. That being said, there is a small chance that your tankless water heater could potentially leak, which if left unchecked, could cause damage.

Is a tankless water heater more energy efficient than a traditional water heater?

Yes, a tankless water heater is more energy efficient than a traditional water heater. A traditional water heater keeps the water in the storage tank hot at all times, therefore wasting energy used to keep water hot even when there is no demand for it. This is referred to as “standby heat loss.” You can typically save anywhere from 20%-30% on energy savings (depending on where you’re located) when using a tankless water heater.

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