Tankless water heaters, or instantaneous water heaters are drawing a lot of hype as a new product on the market. Though widely used by many countries around the world, they have yet to catch on in mainstream American homes. The idea is that water is heated only as it's needed, and ideally you would never run out of hot water or pay for a large tank of water to be heated just to sit there as happens with a conventional water heater.
There are pros and cons to a tankless water heater, here you'll be able to get the facts before making any decisions.
What Do You Want From Your Water Heater?
Everyone seems to want the same thing from their water heater. First, nobody wants to wait for their hot water. When you're ready for a hot shower you don't want to wait! Second, nobody likes the hot water to run out! If you're third in line for the shower you better watch out! And third, you want to install a water heater that's not going to cost you a million bucks in energy bills.
Risk and Hype
Tankless water heaters have been a fad in the past, with companies coming and going and often leaving confused customers in their wake. Often consumers are seduced into buying something they know very little about with bloated claims, but here are the facts.
The Benefits of Going Tankless
Have you ever wondered what it feels like to take a shower as long as you could possibly want and never run out of hot water? Well if you had a tankless water heater you could discover that feeling! Once installed, tankless heaters should last longer than conventional water heaters. If you're a hot water lover, a tankless water heater could be just the thing for you and your home!
To learn more, contact a water heater installation company like Chambliss Plumbing Company.Share