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Tankless Water Heaters

Our Expert Team Offers Efficient Tankless Water Heater Service and Installation for Optimal Home Comfort

Signs It’s Time to Replace Your Water Heater

Licensed, Bonded, and Insured Technicians

Our technicians have the skills to handle the job and do everything to code

Fully Stocked Service Vehicles

Technicians carry common parts and pieces with them to avoid making a second trip whenever possible

1 Year Labor Warranty

Initial dispatch fee waived if we have to return on a repair we made. Labor warranties may be dictated by your Home Warranty policy

Tankless Water Heater Installations

Running out of hot water within your home? High utility bills? Our tankless water heaters offer a whole array of benefits to improve your lifestyle.  We can make the transition from a traditional water heater to a tankless one a painless experience. Start the life of endless hot water today.

Efficient Tankless Water Heater Maintenance, Services, and Installation Customized to Your Requirements

Our skilled professionals specialize in delivering top-quality tankless water heater servicing and installation solutions. With years of expertise, we guarantee superior results in every project. Rely on us for unmatched tankless water heater service and installation expertise. Get the best in tankless water heater solutions today.

We Service & Install Tankless Water Heaters


How Tankless Water Heaters Work

A tankless water heater is a water heater that will heat water on demand instead of heating water within its tank all day. Since you won’t have to pay for water to be heated when you are not using it, tankless water heaters will save you money on your home energy bills. The savings on energy bills can be up to 40%. When you call for hot water from any fixture in your home, it will pull cold water into it and rapidly heat it within minutes. The heated water is then sent to your fixture, like the shower or faucet.

Tankless vs Traditional Water Heater

There are a few key differences between a traditional water heater vs. tankless water heater. 

  1. Size – The biggest difference is that tankless water heaters operate without a large tank. They are about the size of a small carry-on suitcase, where traditional tank water heaters are typically up to five feet tall.
  1. Heating Methods – Another major difference between tankless water heaters vs. tank water heaters is the method of heating the water that is used. Traditional water heaters are constantly heating water and storing it on-hand, regardless of whether a household needs the hot water. In contrast, a tankless water heater heats water only when it is needed.
  1. Energy Efficiency – Because tankless water heaters only heat water when it is needed, they are considered far more efficient than tank water heaters. Depending on the type of water heater and size, tankless water heaters can be 8–14% more efficient than traditional water heaters, offering energy savings of up to 27–50%.
  1. Cost – Tankless water heaters often cost 2-3 times the cost of tanked water heaters and have higher installation costs. The cost difference can be recouped in energy savings over the life of the system. A longer lifespan also means an additional upfront cost can be worth the investment.

Benefits of a Tankless Water Heater

Tankless water heaters are increasing in popularity for many reasons. Here are a few benefits of owning a tankless water heater over a standard tank water heater:

  • More energy-efficient: If you’re seeking the most eco-friendly option, a tankless water heater is the best choice.
  • Lower operating costs: Tankless water heaters save you money on utility bills by only heating water when you need it.
  • Space-saving: Tankless water heaters are far more compact than tank water heaters, meaning you’ll free up space in your garage or basement.
  • Last longer: You won’t have to worry about your tankless water heater giving out anytime soon—most models last 20 years or more with proper maintenance.
  • Endless hot water: Do you enjoy long showers? That is no problem for your tankless water heater, once it begins to heat you will have an endless supply of hot water and comfort for your home. 

What Does A Water Heater Inspection Include?

  • Flush the Tank
  • Check Burner Assembly
  • Check Water Connections
  • Check Gas/Electrical Connections
  • Check Anode Rod
  • Check Water Heater Drains/Valves
  • Check for Proper Venting
  • Check Temperature/Delivery Rate
  • Look for Code Issues

What Does A Whole Home Plumbing Evaluation Include?

  • Water Pressure
  • Faucets
  • Toilets
  • Shower Heads
  • Washing Machine Hook-ups
  • Sink Connections
  • Garbage Disposal
  • Outdoor Hose Bibs
  • Water Main Shutoff
Tankless Water Heater

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Budget is proud to support the Center for Autism Education here in St. Charles. We are passionate about spreading autism awareness and encouraging people to give back to their community.

Together we work hand in hand with the center on their journey to ensure that everyone receives a respectful, supportive and safe environment. That’s why all service vans and uniforms feature a puzzle piece. To learn more about this cause visit their website. 

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Financing Partners

Choosing the right home comfort equipment is a significant decision. We understand the importance of staying within budget. That’s why we’ve collaborated with a range of flexible financing options to make your investment seamless and affordable. Explore our tailored financing solutions for hassle-free installation and enhanced comfort in your home.


Financing Partners

We know that installing new home comfort equipment can be a big decision. That’s why we have partnered with several financing options to help you stay within your budget.

HEATING, COOLING & Plumbing Specialists

Providing 5-Star Service in St. Louis, MO.

HEATING, COOLING & Plumbing Specialists

(636) 887-2800: Call or Text


325 Mid Rivers Mall Dr. St. Peters, MO 63376


Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 7:00pm

Saturday: 9:00am - 5:00pm

Sunday: Closed