Hard Water and Tankless Water Heaters

    April 21, 2020 Reid Geiler

    Hard Water and Tankless Water Heaters

    How important is water quality for tankless water heaters?  Very important when it comes to the hardness of the water. 

    Water hardness is caused when minerals are present.  Usually, the culprits are calcium and lime.  When water is heated, the minerals tend to clump up and cause scale deposits.  In traditional water heaters, these deposits usually just sink to the bottom of the tank and go unnoticed.  But with a tankless water heater, the deposits can form inside the unit, eventually clogging it up or releasing the deposits into appliances like your washing machine or dishwasher.
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    The water in the Cincinnati area is very hard, so that is something to consider when you have a tankless water heater.  Without a water softening system, the tankless heater should be flushed at least once a year to prevent damage to it or other household appliances.  The Geiler Company can do this work for you. 

    If you are in the market for a more permanent solution, the Geiler Company has a full range of water softening options that will fit the bill in your home and still allow you to enjoy the benefits of a tankless water heater.  One such option is the Scale Stik, which is an electricity and salt-free way to keep your water soft with very little expense or hassle.

    The type and amount of water softening you need depends on a number of factors, including your amount of hot water use and the type of tankless water heater you have.  Each model has a specified level of water hardness that it can deal with before it becomes a problem. 

    Call or TEXT the Geiler Company at 513-574-0025 for an evaluation of your water quality and your tankless water system.  We will make sure that your hot water needs are met in the most efficient and affordable way possible.

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