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Are you looking to replace your traditional tanked water heater? Maybe you want a supplemental source of hot water, so you don't have to use your traditional tanked water heater all the time. If so, then consider a tankless water heater.
Tankless water heaters are a cost effective option, creating hot water only when needed. When there's a demand for hot water, tankless water heaters create it. Traditional tanked water heaters keep hot water on standby so it's ready to use whenever you need it. Why pay to heat water that's not in use?
Tankless water heaters can either act as a primary source of hot water or supplement your traditional tanked water heater, supplying you with enough hot water to get your through the winter months. In some parts of the country it gets so cold, it's hard to keep enough hot water available for everyone. What your traditional tanked water heater lacks, the tankless water heater will produce.
Other uses include:
Traditional tanked water heaters keep water hot inside the tank until it's ready for use, tankless water heaters don't. Your energy service provider bills you for keeping water heated whether it's in use or not, costing you hundreds of dollars a year. Essentially, you can save money on your energy bill using a tankless water heater.
For homes using 41 gallons or less of hot water per day, tankless water heaters are an efficient choice. In fact, tankless water heaters can be 25% more energy efficient than a traditional tanked water heater. Even if you use 90 gallons of hot water a day they're still at least 10% more efficient.
Tankless Water Heaters: Similarities and Differences
Tankless Water Heaters
Traditional Tanked Water Heaters
There are two types of tankless water heaters: electric and gas. Which one you choose depends on how much you use it.
Identify the gas type: propane or natural gas. Make sure your current gas line can accommodate the gas tankless water heater. You must consider venting. There are kits available for this. Professional installation is recommended.
Tankless Water Heaters: Location, Size and Demand
The type you select should be based on your intended use. Point of use tankless water heaters can't provide enough hot water to take a shower and run the dishwasher at the same time, but whole house tankless water heaters can.
Point of use option:
Whole house option:
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