Many homes use instant hot water systems not only for their economy, but for space preservation as well.
In small apartment units or single family homes that lack the required space to store a tank system, tankless hot water systems are a great option.
Many designs fit small spaces, so they won’t be in the way or take up precious storage space.
There are many benefits to switching to a Tankless Water Heater.
Imagine never running out of hot water even when your dishwasher is running, someone is doing laundry, and you have multiple showers running at the same time.
Back to back showers? Just threw in a load of laundry? No problem
Instant hot water heaters provide an endless supply of hot water, and their tankless design means they don’t require storage space for a tank.
They come in both gas-powered and electric types. Gas-powered systems are fueled by propane or natural gas, and will require venting to the outside.
Tankless electric systems use an easy-to-replace, electric element, and require being hardwired to the circuit breaker or electrical panel.
For some large units, you may need to consider upgrading your electrical service.