Tankless Water Heaters – Why You Should Make the Switch

Tankless Water Heaters - Why You Should Make the Switch
How Tankless Systems are Different
A tankless water heater is different from a conventional storage tank
water heater in many ways. The most obvious difference is the lack of a
storage tank. Tankless heaters take up very little room and are ideal for small
spaces or households that place storage at a premium. These systems provide
hot water "on demand." This means you save energy and money because
the system kicks on once the hot water tap is opened - no more 25-50 gallon
tanks of water being heated around the clock. Eliminating the storage tank
means no more risk of flooding.

How Tankless Systems Work
Tankless water heaters have a surprisingly simple design and run on either
gas or electric systems. When the hot water tap is opened, the gas or electric
burner turns on and cold water is pumped in from the well or city pipes.
It gets heated as it passes...
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Tankless Water Heaters – Why You Should Make the Switch