Tankless Water Heaters



Advantages of Tankless Water Heaters

There are many reasons to choose a tankless water heater for your home. If you are interested in decreasing your environmental impact, saving energy, and reducing your monthly utility bills, this can be a particularly attractive option.

Other benefits of tankless water heaters include that they:

  • Provide hot water only as it is needed, delivering up to 7.3 gallons of fresh hot water continuously on demand - nearly endless hot water
  • Allow you to operate up to three plumbing appliances simultaneously, so there’s no more waiting for hot water to shower or wash dishes
  • Leak less often than their traditional, tank counterparts
  • Don’t require venting; this unit installs easily on your exterior wall and requires absolutely no venting, making it ideal for either new construction or remodeling projects
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All About Water is proud to be an authorized dealer of the TruTankless water heater system! The TruTankless is a whole-home tankless water heating solution designed to offer you the best in performance, reliability, and energy-efficiency. A TruTankless system can also keep your home safer as well; when you consider that over 2/3 of all water heaters will rupture at some point, why wouldn’t you get rid of this huge risk factor?

Learn more about installing a TruTankless whole-home tankless water heater system by reading our informative guide.

What Is a Tankless Water Heater?

Tankless water heaters, as the name implies, are water heaters that don’t require the large storage tanks needed by traditional water heaters. Unlike traditional units, tankless water heaters don’t store gallons of heated water for future use. Instead, when a faucet is turned on, the tankless water heater simply turns on a heat exchanger or heating coils as soon as it detects water. Once the faucet closes and the water is no longer detected, the coils automatically turn off. It only takes about five seconds for the tankless water heater to heat up water for use. This allows it to save energy, ultimately saving consumers money. With today’s rising energy costs and environmental awareness in mind, this solution has met and exceeded expectations of homeowners looking for new water heating solutions.

How Does a Tankless Water Heater Work?

Tankless water heaters use a heating element to warm the water as it flows through the pipes inside, delivering it directly to your faucet or showerhead. For this reason, tankless water heaters are also called on-demand water heaters. Because the unit doesn't store the heated water for later use, it doesn't need to be as big as a traditional water heater.


Tankless water heaters are designed to last a long time—up to 10 to 13 years with proper maintenance. However, they are not immune from regular wear and tear or unexpected issues. If you have a problem with your existing unit, call All About Water for tankless water heater repair in Phoenix. We can also replace your old tankless water heater or upgrade a traditional tank water heater to an energy-efficient tankless model.

For more information about the benefits and costs of tankless water heaters, just call All About Water at (480) 422-2601 or use our online form and ask to schedule a site inspection with a water heater specialist.

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