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When I replaced the flooring in my home recently, I was surprised to find out that one of the options available to me was a cork floor. I’d always thought of cork as nothing more than the way to top off a bottle of wine. However, it turns out that cork is a great flooring option. It has many of the benefits of hardwood, but the texture and give of the material also adds some of the benefits of carpeting. I decided to start a blog about flooring so that I could share some of the benefits of interesting and lesser-known flooring options. Don’t be fooled into thinking that you only have a few choices. There are lots of great directions you can take with your home flooring that will perfectly suit your home and your needs.

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3 Benefits Of Switching To A Tankless Water Heater

Is your old water heater running out of steam? If it's time to get a replacement but you haven't bought water heater in years or even decades, you might not even know where to begin. Before you head to the local home improvement store and buy just any water heater, there's one option that you might not have thought about. More and more homeowners these days are switching to tankless waters. Here are three benefits of going tankless that you should consider before you make up your mind.

Significant Savings

As the name implies, tankless water heaters simply heat the water up as you use it. In other words, there is no gigantic "tank" with 50 gallons of water or more just sitting around waiting for you to turn on the faucet. Because your heater does not need to maintain a significant reservoir of water, this will lead to savings on both your water and heating bills. Also, consider that because of the lower energy footprint, some tankless heaters may be eligible for a federal rebate on your annual tax return. Yes, a tankless heater may cost more money at the time of purchase but you will make up that amount and then some once those bills start coming in.

Friendlier to the Environment

If your water heater runs on gas, you could be emitting a decent amount of greenhouse gas from your home every year. But if you go with an electric water heater, you simply will not have this problem. Even if you don't go with an electric model, the fact that your heater will not need to consistently manage a huge tank of water by repeatedly turning on and off throughout the day is also friendlier to the environment.

Easier to Install and Manage

Tankless water heaters are small enough that they can be installed pretty much anywhere in your house. Small units could be placed directly under the cabinet in the bathroom or kitchen, ensuring that the hot water you need is immediately available to you. You could also install them directly onto a wall in the basement or elsewhere in the house, potentially freeing up the huge space in the middle of the room where your old heater used to be.

If you are in the market for a new water heater, don't make a final decision until you take a serious look at going tankless. Tankless water heaters are convenient and potentially less expensive over the long term compared to the more traditional options.  For more information, talk to a professional like First Class Plumbing of Florida Inc.