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Tankless Water Heater Services in Bellingham, WA

If there’s any appliance that goes underappreciated in most Bellingham, WA area homes, it’s the water heater. Serving as the second biggest energy user in a home next to HVAC systems, water heaters can account for 18% of all your energy usage! So to install or service your tankless water heater, you need a team you can trust.

  • Barron Plumbing always does what’s in the customers’ best interest.
  • We provide clients with unparalleled honesty and world-class customer service.

These promises are part of our dedication to customer-first service, just 1 of our 10 company core values!

We’re the team you can rely on for tankless water heater services. Contact us today! We’ve served Whatcom, Skagit, Island, Snohomish & San Juan Counties since 1972. Our Mission: Improving Lives™.

NOTE: Outside of Whatcom & Skagit County electrical & plumbing service and installation offerings vary by location. Call or visit service area pages more details.

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Tankless Water Heater Installation

There are a number of factors to consider when choosing a new water heater for installation. For instance, you’ll want to consider what type of water heater will work best for your home. While there are a number of benefits to the conventional storage tank water heater, you may find you’d get more out of an on demand tankless water heater installation.

These systems heat water directly and, as the name implies, without the use of a storage tank. When you turn a hot water tap or appliance on, cold water travels through a pipe into the tankless unit, where either an electric element or a gas burner heats the water. Tankless water heaters deliver constant supplies of hot water, which is why they’re also known as on demand water heaters.

Tankless Water Heater Replacement

Are you considering a tankless water heater replacement in place of your current storage tank water heater? They are considerably more efficient! In fact, tankless water heaters generally provide hot water at a rate of 2-5 gallons per minute, and don’t have to store hot water that risks standby energy loss.

Gas-fired tankless water heaters produce higher flow rates than their electric counterparts. Tankless systems can be installed independently or paired with other tankless water heater units. In fact, you can have separate tankless systems installed for appliances like:

  • Your Clothes Washer
  • Your Dishwasher
  • Remote Bathrooms or Hot Tubs
  • Boosters for Appliances like Dishwashers and Clothes Washers

Whether you’re replacing a tank water heater or aging tankless system, there are some specific steps our licensed Barron plumbers go through for the tankless water heater installation. We will:

  • Disconnect the old water heater.
  • Install the new water heater same day (in most cases).
  • Test your new water heater to ensure operation.
  • Clean up the work area before leaving.
  • Haul away and recycle the old water heater.

Contact us for reliable tankless water heater replacement!

Tankless Water Heater Repair

If you want endless hot water efficiency and want to avoid sudden repair needs, then your tankless water heater needs professional maintenance! Since tankless units heat water rapidly, it causes minerals in the water to build up in the system and restrict water flow, which decreases efficiency and leads to tankless water heater repairs.

Ask about our Silver Shield and Gold Shield Preferred Memberships! These are our maintenance agreements that afford members a number of benefits, including comprehensive preventative plumbing maintenance, special discounts, priority service, and much more depending on the plan options you choose!

With tankless water heater maintenance, we will flush out minerals by running a descaling agent through the system, and inspect the system for any other potential problems. Reach out today to learn more or to enroll in one of our maintenance plans.