When you think of hot water, you might think of showers, but if you work in a small office, think about the water use there. No one may be taking a shower or a bath, but they're probably still doing dishes (by hand which uses more water than a dishwasher), washing up, and cleaning up.
It's time to consider a tankless heater. You can get the assistance of water heater installation through https://johngplumbing.com/plumbing-services/water-heaters/.
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Here are few reasons why.
If your business uses 41 gallons or less of hot water a day, a tankless, on-demand heater can be 24% to 34% more efficient. Not only are you being good to the environment; you're being good to your pocketbook!
Employees don't pay the utility bill. The secretary who is a water miser at home may not wash her hands until the water is really hot – so she watches water go down the drain.
The neat-nic accountant may rinse the office coffee cups in running water when it's his turn to clean up the kitchen area. That's more water down the drain, but who's counting. Not the accountant; it isn't his money.
It's keeping water warm just like you were going to walk through the door any minute. Its job is to keep water hot and it works 24/7 even when you don't.
Think it over – what you have to save and what you have to lose – and when it's time to replace your heater or when you're looking for a way to cut costs, call a tankless contractor and have all the hot water you want, extra space, energy savings and peace of mind.