Tankless Water Heaters

tankless water heaters SeattleLooking for ways to lower your energy bill as the temperature drops this winter? One way to save up to 40% on your energy bill is by investing in a tankless water heater for your home.

Why go tankless?

Today’s tankless water heaters run only when you need hot water. By efficiently heating water on demand, tankless water heaters provide immediate and reliable hot water while saving energy at the same time. Plus you can do dishes, laundry, and take a shower without ever worrying about depleting your hot water supply.

Energy isn’t the only thing you’ll save

Not only do tankless water heaters last up to twice as long as regular water heaters (20 years compared to approximately 10), they take up only a fraction of the floor space and can be installed almost anywhere.

Rinnai Tankless Water Heaters

Brennan Heating carries Rinnai tankless water heaters. Most tankless units have earned the Energy Star approval from the Environmental Protection Agency and Department of Energy.

Want more information about lowering energy costs?

Looking for more information about your gas furnace or air conditioner? Thinking about a gas fireplace? Brennan Heating  offers a free energy consultation  for western Washington residents. Call us today at 1-877-BRENNAN (273-6626) or email:  info@brennanheating.com


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Brennan Heating and Air Conditioning provides quality heating, cooling, and electrical services to the greater Seattle area.
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