Tankless vs. Conventional Water Heaters
A conventional water heater features a large cylindrical tank that is filled with water set to a specific temperature based on a thermostat. When a faucet or shower is turned on, the water heater transfers the hot water through piping.
A tankless water heater, on the other hand, is an energy-efficient alternative that heats the water only as needed. Only when the tap is turned on will heating occur, unlike the conventional tanks that require a constant source of gas or electric energy to maintain the water's hot temperature.
There are benefits to owning either type of water heater. Tankless water heaters tend to last longer and reduce utility bills. Today's conventional water heaters are also energy efficient and are more affordable in terms of upfront costs compared to their tankless counterpart. Your budget and usage requirements will determine which water heater installation or replacement is best suited for you.
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