Whether you need to replace an aging water heater or you’re looking to make your home more eco-friendly, there are many benefits to installing a tankless water heater.
For one, unlike conventional water heaters with large storage tanks, tankless water heaters go into action only when you need them. This means the bubbling cauldron isn’t brewing 24/7, and electricity/gas is conserved.
Secondly, tankless water heaters are very compact and replacing an old school water heater with a tankless unit will provide extra space. In fact, most tankless water heaters can be installed on the outside of homes.
Thirdly, tankless water heaters provide hot water right when you need it — no waiving your hand under the faucet and playing the waiting game. Imagine the feeling of turning on the shower and getting instant heat. It’s glorious.
One thing to keep in mind is that tankless water heaters aren’t for all applications, and in some cases a water heater with a storage unit may be better. For example, heating water for a large home with various needs (bathrooms, laundry, dishwasher, etc.) can require multiple tankless systems or a water heater with a large-capacity tank.
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