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Gas Tankless

Rinnai tankless water heater
  • 15-Year Factory Warranty

  • ENERGY STAR® Qualified

  • Rinnai Circ-Logic™ technology

  • Fast Hot Water Delivery

  • System Service Valves

  • Smart Home Voice-activation

  • Rinnai Control-R™ wireless

  • Hot Water recirculation (Optional)

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Navien tankless water heater
  • 15-Year Factory Warranty

  • ENERGY STAR® Qualified

  • Ultra condensing efficiency

  • Dual SS heat exchangers

  • Low NOx emissions (20ppm)

  • Fast Hot Water Delivery

  • Cascading capable

  • Hot Water recirculation (Optional)

Noritz tankless water heater
  • 25-Year Factory Warranty

  • ENERGY STAR® Qualified

  • Wifi Capabilities

  • Fast Hot Water Delivery

  • Replaces 40-50-75 Gallon Tank

  • Top Mount Water Connections

  • 1/2 Inch Gas Line Capable

  • Hot Water recirculation (Optional)

Gas Tankless Water Heaters

Here is our gas tankless water heater page. Out of the 11 known gas tankless brands water heaters found in America we have chosen the 3-best brands, they have proven to be the most reliable and longest lasting than the rest. Click here to learn more about tankless water heaters, approved for the Sacramento, Yolo, Placer and El dorado areas.

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You can choose a brand from a 12-yrs to 25-yrs factory warranty, any one you choose will be dependable and trouble free, you get to choose what's best for your Family, Home and Budget.


Gas Tankless Water Heater Dealer In Sacramento

The idea of a gas tankless water heating system is that it heats your water as you need it instead of heating up water that’s stored in a large tank. In Europe and Japan, tankless water heaters have actually been the norm for a over 30-years, and they’re finally beginning to gain popularity in the US as well.

Tankless water heaters last for around 15-20 years longer than the standard traditional water heater, and they can also save you a huge amount of money each month while conserving natural gas. It’s true that a tankless water heating system can cost more than tank heaters, and they may require upgrades to your natural gas line or your venting system. But for the right Sacramento home, tankless water heaters can pay for themselves.

How Tankless Water Heating Systems Work

To understand exactly how tankless water heaters work, let’s first review how standards water heaters works:

Water heaters store water in their large tanks, where it’s heated and held. The tank continually heats the water so that it’s ready when you need, meaning that it needs to maintain high temperatures constantly. The energy that your water heater spends heating water you’re not using is called “standby heat loss”.

Tankless systems get rid of the problem of standby heat loss altogether. They’ll only heat water when you need it—which is why they’re also sometimes referred to as “on-demand” water heaters. Eliminating that wasted energy makes tankless water heaters much more efficient than their tanked counterparts.

Tankless water heaters function by a heating a small set of coils to extreme temperatures. As water passes through the coils, it’s heated. So tankless water heaters will provide you with instant hot water, and much less energy will have been used to get it to you.

Should You Make the Switch?

When you’re deciding whether or not it’s worth it for your Sacramento home to switch from your current system to a tankless one, you’ll have to take several factors into account. Here are some benefits and drawbacks of tankless water heating systems.

  • Tankless water heaters will most likely get you a $300 federal tax credit.

  • They’re much more efficient than traditional water heaters.

  • They take up much less space than tanks. They can easily be installed on walls, or even outdoors.

  • They could save you as much as 20% on your water heating bills!

  • Gas units require the additional expense of servicing.

  • They cost up to two times as much as traditional water heaters.

  • If the power goes out, you have no hot water, until the power come back on.