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Considering Upgrading to a Tankless Hot Water Heater?

You know that day, when you wake up last, running late and step into the shower, and it's ice-cold! The rest of the household has taken their showers and started their day and did not leave a drop of hot water. The solution - a Tankless Hot Water Heater.

Tankless water heaters provide endless hot water for the entire household, last longer, and use less energy than traditional tank-style water heaters, resulting in lower utility bills. Double the benefits by applying for one of several rebates that are currently available.*

The Top 3 Reasons to Go Tankless

  1. Conventional tank water heaters last anywhere from 6-13 years. Tankless water heaters last on average 20 years or longer and are the perfect upgrade to your most important investment - your home.
     
  2. Another plus of going tankless is the energy savings. In today’s environment, we are all trying to do our part to conserve energy. Because a tankless water heater only operates when hot water is being used it is often called a hot water on-demand water heater.
     
  3. The best reason to go tankless? Endless hot water! Have you ever had to wait to take a shower because someone in your home was doing laundry, the dishwasher was running, your teenager just got in the shower, or all of the above? With a tankless water heater, that wait is completely eliminated, as well as eliminating the surprise of a cold shower.

If you’re considering an upgrade to a tankless, call one of our friendly dispatchers to set an appointment with one of our plumbers at 770-954-8038 or simply book online. My Georgia Plumber has been installing tankless water heaters for over 30 years and converts tank water heaters to tankless water heaters as well as installs, repairs and replaces all style of hot water heaters in and around Acworth, Alpharetta, Ball Ground, Canton, Cumming, Kennesaw, Johns Creek, Marietta, Roswell, Sandy Springs, Smyrna, Suwanee, and Woodstock.

*Rebates vary by manufacturer, state, federal and utility companies. Contact your local plumbing contractor for rebates available in your area.

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