Hot Water From Shower

Your water heater warms up your water so it can be used for: showering, doing dishes, washing clothes, cleaning the car, etc. Needless to say, it is an appliance that sees a lot of use day-in and day-out. That being said, water heaters are an appliance that will eventually need to be replaced because they will become old and inefficient or break down over time.

When getting a new water heater, you have several different options to choose from. There are gas, electric, and propane units, tankless, and traditional tank models. So, what is the best option for your home?

If you are a homeowner, you know how important it is to save space in your home. One of the biggest benefits of a natural gas tankless unit from Pivotal Home Solutions is that it is small in size, and can be installed in compact areas - including outside of the home. A special shed will need to be built at the top of the appliance so that water doesn’t get into the ventilation system, if you don't already have one.

How Does a Natural Gas Tankless Water Heater Work?
A hot water tap is opened. The opened tap allows water to flow through the water heater. An internal water flow sensor detects this flow. Upon flow detection, the flow sensor sends the activation signal to the computer board. The computer automatically ignites the burner. As water flows through the heat exchanger, it absorbs heat from the burner. By the time the water exits the heater, it has reached the designated set temperature. When the hot water tap is closed, the water heater automatically turns off. This means that you aren't wasting any warm water.

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The Details: This transaction is a lease and requires a minimum term of 24-36 monthly payments. Prices depend on equipment selected. After the minimum term, lease renews for one-year periods. Additional charges may apply for non-standard installations and are payable to the installing service provider at the time of installation. No security deposit is required. However, all leases are subject to Pivotal Home Solutions credit approval. Not available in all areas. Leases may be cancelled with 30 days’ notice, but certain termination and other fees may apply; if cancelled during the minimum term, customer may be charged present value of remaining lease payment. Information about the licensed technician doing the installation will be provided when setting up the installation appointment.