Rinnai® Tankless Water Heater Solutions

    Endless Supply of Hot Water

  • Delivers a continuous flow of hot water whenever and wherever you need it – even for simultaneous use at multiple fixtures
  • Uses up to 40 percent less energy than a traditional tank water heater
  • Provides Space savings averaging 16 sq. feet
  • Average life expectancy of 20 years vs. 8-10 years as compared to a standard tank water heater



Water Heater Dallas Solutions


When you’re thinking about replacing your water heater, it can be stressful.

Facing this dilemma only once every decade or so, you may be unsure whether or not the unit needs to be replaced or just repaired.

If you decide to replace it, you have yet another set of decisions ahead of you as you decide which water heater to purchase. DFW Pipe & Plumbing professionals are here to help with your water heater installation as well as discussing financing options.

Whether you need an emergency replacement or are simply considering replacing an older or inefficient model, our plumbers at DFW Pipe & Plumbing will walk you through every step of the process. Your satisfaction with your water heater installation is our primary concern.

Tankless Water Heater Solutions

In addition to installing tank style water heaters, we also install tankless water heaters. Tankless water heaters typically last about three times as long as standard heaters. And numerous tankless heaters qualify for a three hundred dollar energy rebate, saving you even more!

mainImageHowever, your tankless water heater needs to be professionally installed for optimal energy efficiency, and no one knows tankless water heaters better than we do.

With state-of-the art technology and an expert plumbing staff, we have the tools to tackle any job, big or small, residential or commercial.

Plus our experience and relationships with manufacturers allow us to offer all parts and labor at unbeatable prices!

We start by determining your demand, location, and application for hot water, then we customize a system designed to fit your needs and budget. Your project will be supervised from consultation to cleanup to ensure your complete satisfaction with the process, and our plumbers will work around your schedule.

The Advantages to a Tankless Water Heater are:

  • Uses less energy
  • Can save you up to 50% on your water heating costs
  • Endless hot water
  • Use numerous showers at one time, with no loss in volume or pressure
  • Possible energy efficiency tax credits
  • Up to three times the life expectancy of a standard tank type water heater
  • Longer warranties
  • Great investments

Tankless water heaters can also be used in garages, pool houses, hot tubs, outdoor sinks, etc. Whether your plans are for residential or commercial applications, one thing you can count on is saving energy, which in turn helps save money, and the environment!

Continuous hot water. Tankless water heaters provide a continuous flow of hot water, so there’s no need to suffer through a cold shower if you’re the last one out of bed. Unlike with a conventional tank-type water heater, the hot water is always there when you need it.

Space-saving design. A certified tankless model saves you an extra closet’s worth of space compared to a tank-type water heater. Gas tankless water heaters are small and wall-mounted, unlike bulky tank-type water heaters. Models designed for outdoor installation free up even more space and add versatility to your basement, garage, or utility room.

Fewer worries. Tankless water heaters have a life expectancy of 20 years, much longer than any conventional tank-type water heater. And with a tankless model, the risk of tank leaks and water damage is a thing of the past.

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Learn How to Save More on Your Dallas Water Heater Needs

Whether you’re interested in leaving more money in your wallet after each month or you’re simply a fan of efficiency and maximizing, it’s now time to take a good look at your Dallas water heater. Is your water heater and hot water needs costing you too much each month? If you’d like to spend less and get more out of your water heater, then it’s time to learn how.

How long are your showers? Do you take baths? It may be time to start paying attention to how long your showers are. The longer the shower, the more hot water you use, and the higher the bill each month. It’s pretty simple. Taking hot baths on a regular basis is even more costly, so definitely opt for showers over baths and work to reduce your time in the shower. Along the same lines, don’t use water when you don’t need to. If you’re brushing your teeth, shaving, washing your hands, or doing anything else that requires running water, then make sure you use only the amount of water you need and turn off the water when you really don’t need the water to run.

When was the last time you serviced your water heater? It’s possible that a very old water heater may be costing you. If you have an energy-inefficient water heater, then it’s important to take a look at how a new and more energy-efficient water heater can help you save more. It’s also important to realize how much plumbing leaks will cost you each month. Even a small, unnoticed leak can have a significant impact on your water usage and related expenses each month. So, aside from having your water heater looked at by professionals, it’s also a good idea to have your plumbing system checked for any leaks.

Learn more today about how you can save more on your Dallas water heater and associated water and energy expenses. You can learn more about water heaters and how to save on hot water, water heater repair, and a new water heater when you browse through our DFW Pipe and Plumbing website, https://dallaspipeandplumbing.com. If you have any questions about the professional water heater services we offer or any other plumbing service we have available, then give us a call today or you can use the contact form found on our website.


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