Frequently Asked Questions
The absence of a storage reservoir sets a tankless water heater apart. A tankless unit only heats water when required, unlike a traditional water heater, which stores hot water in its tank and must constantly reheat it.
A tankless water heater can produce limitless hot water, but it cannot produce hot water instantly, unless you buy one with a built-in recirculating pump.
Absolutely. You can reduce your energy use by up to 15% by switching to a tankless water heater from a conventional one. With this clever home improvement, you’ll experience a cozier home and lower energy costs.