Tankless Water Heaters
Tankless water heaters are quickly becoming the new industry standard—and for good reason. These heaters provide:
- Endless hot water—always ready on demand
- Reduced energy costs—up to 40% less energy than traditional
- Space savings over traditional tanks—just the size of a suitcase
Holt is Iowa’s leader in tankless water heaters. As an elite dealer for Rinnai tankless in central Iowa, we are firm believers in the longevity, reduced energy and peace of mind they provide. Contact us today to discuss how you can get started with tankless heaters.
How do tankless water heaters work?
Why are tankless water heaters useful?
Tankless water heaters are a universal improvement over traditional tank heaters. In nearly every application, users can see benefits.
Commercial & Industrial
For operations like restaurants, industrial buildings or large offices, having an endless supply of hot water can provide efficiency and significant cost savings over traditional heaters. And because Rinnai tankless heaters can last up to twice as long as a traditional tank, it’s a smart investment for any business.
Whether you’re building a new home or updating your old heater a tankless system can be easily installed wherever you need it, systems are as small as a suitcase. Imagine never running out of hot water—even when family or guests take long showers! Plus, tankless heaters only operate when needed, potentially saving hundreds on energy costs.
How do I care for a tankless system?
WIth no storage tank or pilot light to monitor, these tidy wall-mounted systems are easily maintained. You’ll need to flush them once a year, a quick service that can be added to your current Holt maintenance plan.
We are the only Advanced Comfort Expert (ACE) dealer in the entire state of Iowa, making us the exclusive experts in designing and building Rinnai tankless water heater systems. For more, visit the manufacturer website.
The work was done on my rental property in metro Des Moines while I live halfway across the country in Georgia. Yet even over this great distance, you treated me as if I lived there in Iowa. The furnace passed away. You came out late at night to confirm this and left space heaters with the folks renting my house. Yes, even late in the evening you all did this. The work was done well, and I believe the money was well spent. I currently live two days drive away or one day flight away from Des Moines. Yet, I took care of this complete matter over the telephone. Complete with pictures of the final job. How about that?Thomas Leonard