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What is GPM?

GPM stands for Gallons Per Minute, and it is a crucial metric when considering tankless water heaters. GPM measures the flow rate of water that the heater can provide at a given temperature rise. Essentially, it tells you how much hot water the unit can produce in a minute, which is vital for understanding whether

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Do you install electric tankless water heaters?

At Water Heater Doctor, we prioritize providing reliable, efficient, and practical solutions for our clients. As such, we have opted not to install or service electric tankless water heaters. These models can sometimes require substantial modifications to your home’s electrical system, including the addition of extra circuits, due to their high electrical demand. Implementing these

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What are the maintenance requirements for gas tankless water heaters?

Regular maintenance is essential for the optimal functioning and longevity of a gas tankless water heater. A well-maintained unit can last up to 20 years or more. Professional servicing should be conducted at least once a year. This service typically involves checking for and fixing any leaks, inspecting the burner and venting system, descaling the

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Whats the difference between a condensing and non-condensing tankless water heater?

Non-Condensing Water Heaters: These traditional models heat water and immediately vent the exhaust gases to the outside. This process unfortunately allows some heat energy to escape, reducing the heater’s overall energy efficiency. Typically, non-condensing water heaters achieve energy efficiency ratings around 80-85%. Condensing Water Heaters: Designed with energy efficiency in mind, condensing water heaters capture

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