Frequently Asked Questions
When you switch on a hot water faucet, cold water flows through a pipe into the tankless water heater. A gas burner heats the water before it is routed to the faucet.
The most significant benefit is the never-ending supply of hot water. Because a tankless water heater heats water on demand, it can convert cold water to hot water constantly as long as you have a cold water supply.
No. Whether you have a tank or a tankless style, you must still wait for the water from the prior use to run through the pipes before you experience the hot water.