Tankless Water Heater Installation in Tampa, FL

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At Red Cap, we believe in offering the very best service to our customers, which means we will always respect your time, your home and your money. When you hire us, we guarantee that we will provide you with the highest-quality of products, and offer you an honest, upfront cost to install your tankless water heater.

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Cost to install a tankless water heater in Tampa Bay

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$2,800$3,800$4,800

Major factors that affect price

Type of unit (whole-home vs. point-of-use)- A whole-home water heater heats water for all appliances in your home whereas a point-of-use water heater is meant to service one appliance. You can heat your home's water by installing a whole-home system or multiple point-of-use units. However, a whole-home water heater is usually less expensive to install than several point-of-use water heaters. Depending on your home and hot water demand, you may need to install a whole-home system one (or more) point-of-use units.

Flow rate- Flow rate is how many gallons of hot water a tankless water heater can produce in 1 minute. The higher the flow rate, the more hot water appliances your tankless water heater can service at one time, and the more expensive the water heater will be.

Fuel type (electric vs. gas)- Gas tankless water heaters are usually more expensive to install than electric water heaters, but cost less to operate on a monthly basis. However, the type of water heater you need for your home will greatly depend on what fuel type you already have.

You can learn more about the factors that affect the price to install a tankless water heater on our blog, "How Much Does It Cost to Install a Tankless Water Heater in Tampa, FL?"

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Contact us for an estimate. Our trained and certified plumbers will provide you with an honest, upfront price on the cost to install a tankless water heater ($29 or FREE if you choose us to install your water heater).

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How it works

Your tankless water heater installation in 5 simple steps:

  1. Schedule an appointment

    Let us know when works for you, and we'll do our best to set an appointment around your schedule. Before we start any work, we'll send a plumber to your home for a no-obligations pricing quote.

  2. Get an arrival call

    When your plumber is on their way, they will give you a call. We know that your time is important, so if they don't arrive on time, we'll pay you $100.

  3. Discuss your hot water needs

    We want you to get the right water heater for your home. So we'll ask you a few questions to determine the best solution for your hot water needs.

  4. Get pricing — upfront

    Before we begin any work, we'll provide you with an estimate that you agree to. We'll never scam you into a service you're not comfortable with.

  5. Relax while we install your tankless water heater

    Once you're set on your tankless water heater installation, your plumber will arrive within a week, review the process with you, and get to work.

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Why go tankless?

Benefits of a tankless water heater

  1. Takes up minimal space- Unlike tank water heaters which take up a large amount of space, tankless water heaters are very small. They can be installed in a closet, cabinet or on a wall, saving you space.
  2. Never-ending hot water- Tankless systems heat water as it flows through the unit, which means they never run out of hot water. You can run your faucet for 10 seconds or 2 hours and still have heated water. However, even though tankless water heaters supply never-ending hot water, it’s not unlimited. Meaning, tankless systems can't supply never-ending hot water to ALL of your hot water appliances at once. Learn more about this on our blog, “Tank vs. Tankless Water Heater in Tampa
  3. Longer lifespan - Tankless water heaters have a longer lifespan than tank water heaters. Tankless water heaters can last up to 20 years, whereas tank water heaters usually last around 10 years.
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