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Home Resale Value and Tankless Water Heaters

| by Jens Bolleyer
Home Resale Value and Tankless Water Heaters

Kitchens and bathrooms are among the most influential areas of a home on the market. When these rooms have the latest trending amenities the house sells much faster than a “fixer-upper”. State-of-the-art lighting, radiant-heated floors, new appliances and bath fixtures are among the things buyers look closely at when considering a purchase.

Other well-received enhancements are tankless hot water systems. Electric tankless heaters are relatively inexpensive and are compact enough to easily to install under the sink or in a closet. They provide instant, endless hot water.  Various sizes accommodate the need at hand, with smaller models for occasionally-used guest bathrooms, to larger units to handle teenagers’ long showers and dishwashers at the same time.  

Their efficiency is impressive. Unlike the standard tank heater in the basement or utility room that heats 24/7/365 in the event you may want water at any moment, the tankless heater uses energy only when there is a call for hot water. It’s “on vacation” when you are, unlike the old tank heater.

Be sure to include your tankless water heaters on the list of amenities when you list your home. Don’t have them? Consider them. Enjoy their comfort now, and when it’s time to sell they will help close the deal.

For more information on the many options of efficient, tankless electric water heaters, from whole-house water heating to under the counter point-of-use applications, or booster applications to existing tank heaters visit www.ecosmartus.com.

This blog was developed by EcoSmart. All posts, sponsored and un-sponsored have been reviewed and approved by the Sustainable Community Media Editorial Team to ensure quality, relevance/usefulness and objectivity.


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