Installing an instant hot water dispenser in the kitchen will save on energy costs. These water dispensers draw no electrical energy until they are called upon to supply hot water and then they supply 190-degree hot water on demand. Instant hot water dispensers are similar to point-of-use tankless hot water heaters, but are less expensive and easier to install. For most, the hardest part of the project will be cutting the hole in the sink to mount the dispenser.
After we install this Instant Hot water system in a customer’s kitchen, it quickly becomes the most popular feature in their home. At your kitchen sink, we install an attractive dispenser which delivers instant hot water for coffee, tea, cocoa, and instant hot cereal. In fact, we hear customers commonly use it to clean pots and pans instead of soaking them over night. Be careful not to get your hands under the running hot water though; Temperatures reach 200 degrees!
The water is heated in a small tank mounted under your sink. An experienced granite fabricator drills through the granite. The faucet and attached copper piping is then inserted into the hole. Finally, the tank is installed under the sink and water piping is connected.