When Trophy Signature Homes first began, we were never just building homes throughout the Greater Dallas-Fort Worth area—we were committed to creating a better way to build that focused on including high-efficiency features in order to elevate our homeowners’ living experience and help create a more sustainable building practice that could be followed by others. With that promise at the forefront of our work, each new construction home we’ve built has focused on incorporating our stunning, modern home designs with energy efficient features in order to keep you and your loved ones safe and healthy and help promote a better way of living throughout the world.
With features such as LED lighting, mechanical ventilation and low-flow toilets included in all of our home builds, our homeowners have been able to positively impact the environment as well as save money on their monthly utility bills—and our tankless water heaters continue to help aid in both of those areas.
How does a tankless water heater work?
While traditional water tanks in a home work to continuously produce hot water, a tankless water heater provides hot water instantaneously, but only when you need it—saving an enormous amount of energy in the process. As soon as you turn on your hot water faucet, the cold water will travel through the tankless water system and will be heated using gas or electricity. Essentially, this ensures that you could have an indefinite amount of hot water available to you as long as you keep the faucet running, and you won’t need to worry about waiting for your water storage tank to fill up with enough hot water.
Why are tankless water heaters important?
When it comes to selecting the features we use in all of our Trophy Signature homes, our team completes extensive research to determine which high-efficiency features would be the best fit for us—and the choice to include tankless water heaters was an easy one. So what is it about these water heaters that make them so crucial to include in our homes?
In the simplest of terms, these units last longer, use less energy, offer endless hot water and can reduce utility bills—essentially, the advantages that they give off are enough to take a closer look at including them in a home build. While the initial upfront cost of a tankless water heater is more expensive than a traditional water heater, you will quickly see the savings add up in the long run. In a household that uses around 41 gallons of water each day or less, homeowners can see an energy savings of around 24%-34%, and in a household that uses around 86 gallons of water a day, the tankless water heater is still 8%-14% more energy efficient than a traditional water heater.
Choose a team that works for you
At Trophy Signature Homes, our high-efficiency homes are designed with our homeowners in mind, and we include only the best features that can be found throughout the industry. If you’re ready to take the next step toward owning your own Trophy Signature home within one of our highly sought-after communities throughout the Greater Dallas-Fort Worth area, give us a call at (214) 550-5733 or fill out our online form today for more information.