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Tankless water heaters are a very popular subject these days.
Many people are allured by the idea of water on demand, the high efficiency of the units themselves, and the prestige of having the latest and greatest technology.
While all of those things sound great, make sure you speak with your plumber about the pros and cons of a tankless water heater, and make sure your specific needs are the driving factor in your decision. Tankless is a great solution, but it is not ideal for every situation. Knowing the drawbacks and limitations is essential when choosing the right water heater for your situation.
Pros and Cons of tankless water heaters.
Depending on the physical location of the unit, it may take longer to receive hot water to some locations of the house or building.
The initial cost of the unit may be higher
There may be additional construction costs required for installation
There may be additional equipment required for the water heater to function properly
Constant flow of hot water, will not run out.
Space saving, the units are generally smaller and fit in smaller spaces than traditional water heaters
Can be installed indoors or outdoors