An electric tankless water heater is a fantastic equipment to have in your house. According to the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), having an electric tankless heater can save you up to $30 per year on electricity. The bad news is that to make such huge savings, your heater will require a minimum of 120 amps to operate. Considering that the average household’s total capacity is 200 amps, it makes perfect sense to want to upgrade your electrical system to accommodate your new equipment.
This is where we come in. Wiring hot water heater is not a DIY project. It needs plenty of equipment, some of which you may not know anything about. Even if you know a thing or two about the equipment, the wiring task is advanced and quite dangerous. Our professionals are well-versed with all there is to know about electric and tankless water heater wiring. They use appropriate breaker size and wire gauges that meet local, state, provincial, and national codes for your particular area. If your home contains many electrical appliances, we will design a system that integrate with the existing one.