How often do you think about where your hot water comes from? You should remember it daily. Hot water heaters affect various parts of your life, often with you taking real notice. If you aren't worried about the system supplying your warm water, you may be behind the times.
The electric tankless water heater has quickly become a staple in the American household because of its high level of performance, its compact size and propensity for safety. Homes with a tankless water heater are more energy efficient, and often garner a higher value on the housing market.
Eemax in the bathroom
It may not seem so, but the average family uses a whopping 8,000 gallons of water a month. Much of that use falls in the bathroom, and is split between the sink, the toilet, the shower and the clothes washer. In fact, 47 percent of that water is derived solely from washer and toilet use.
Pair an electric tankless water heater with a low-flow faucet, or toilet, to reduce the amount of water used daily, as well as the amount of energy needed to heat up said water. The end result is a home with less of a carbon footprint on the environment.
Eemax in the kitchen
Electric tankless water heaters are especially useful because of their compact size – they can fit almost anywhere. They can be installed at the point-of-use, in places like the kitchen sink, to supplement the overarching hot water system a household already has. In this case, warm water can quickly get to the dishwasher without putting a strain on the system.
Electric tankless water heaters are built with incredibly accurate technology. They're able to keep water temperature within a +/-1° degree Fahrenheit accuracy to prevent scalding, which accounts for 500,000 injuries annually.
Eemax in the basement
Do you live in a household with very little space in the basement? It doesn't make much sense to install a bulky, storage water heater – only to have to change it three years down the line due to regulatory updates. Electric tankless water heaters are mountable, which helps to save valuable floor space for storage and other uses.
Electric tankless water heaters heat on demand, which means there is no standby heat loss – an expense that accounts for up to 20 percent of a yearly utility bill. Get the most out of your household by installing an electric tankless water heater today.