Electric Tankless Water Heater
Eemax Tankless Water Heater, 240V 40A Electric Whole House ProAdvantage Series - Indoor, 2.5 GPM
Eemax Tankless Water Heater, 240V 160A Electric Whole House HomeAdvantage in Stainless Steel - Indoor, 6 GPM
Eemax Tankless Water Heater, 240V 120A Electric Series 3 Whole House - Indoor, 4 GPM
Rheem Tankless Water Heater, 240V 29A Electric Single-Point - Indoor, 2.5 GPM
Rheem Electric Tankless Water Heater, 3 GPM, 240V 38A Single-Point, Indoor
Eemax Tankless Water Heater, 240V 64A Electric Whole House ProAdvantage Series - Indoor, 3 GPM
Eemax Tankless Water Heater, 240V 160A Electric Series 4 Commercial - Indoor, 6 GPM
Stiebel Eltron Tankless Water Heater, 208/240V 44/50A Electric Tempra Plus Whole House - Indoor, 3 GPM
Bosch Tankless Water Heater, 120V 29A Electric Point-of-Use (Powerstream Pro RP3P) - Indoor
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Eemax Tankless Water Heater, 240V 40A Electric Closed Outlet Flow Single-Point w/ Bottom Feed - Indoor
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Bosch Tankless Water Heater, 240V 40A Electric Single-Point (Powerstream Pro RP1P) - Indoor
Stiebel Eltron Tankless Water Heater, 208/240V 44/50A Electric Single-Point - Indoor
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Bosch Tankless Water Heater, 277V 25A Electric Electric Point-of-Use (Powerstream Pro RP2P) - Indoor
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Eemax Tankless Water Heater, 240V 20A Electric Whole House ProAdvantage Series - Indoor, 2.5 GPM
Stiebel Eltron Tankless Water Heater, 120V 20A Single Point - Indoor
How to Select
How to Shop for an Electric Tankless Water Heater
A water heater is the core of all modern plumbing systems. It’s from here that hot water is distributed throughout the plumbing system and utilized by devices such as the bath, shower, dishwasher and faucets. This integral part of a home or commercial structure is also likely to be most expensive piece of equipment. Given that heating water accounts for approximately 15 percent of a homes energy use it is crucial to make a wise choice.
When deciding which electric tankless water heater to choose from, there are a number of factors that must be considered. Westside Wholesale and our service experts can help with this process.
- Power. Factors such as the local groundwater temperature and the devices using the hot water must be considered. Information on the required flow rate (known as gpm) and the temperature rise needed must be included in the decision. Westside Wholesale or a plumbing expert can assist you in determining your needs in this area.
- Efficiency. Looking for the government approved Energy Star mark will give assurance that the product will deliver energy savings. Considering that Energy Star electric tankless heaters can deliver savings of 45% - 60% when compared to the minimum standard this should be a key consideration, especially in conjunction with the next factor.
- Cost. Although an electric tankless water heater will cost more than regular storage style heaters this money can be recouped over the life of the heater. Because hot water does not need to be kept on standby energy is only used when the unit is active. Not only does this benefit your bank balance but it also helps the environment.
- Use. A choice must be made between a point-of-use (POU) heater and a whole structure system. In large industrial units a POU system may be more effective whereas single units have sufficient capability to deliver hot water across a standard sized home.
Westside Wholesale carefully selects suppliers and only use manufacturers whose products measure up to our standards. At Westside Wholesale you will find products from Eemax, Bosch and Stiebel Eltron alongside other well regarded brands. Shopping for water heaters is made easier by the in-depth information available on the Westside Wholesale website. Also available are online experts who can answer any further questions.
Investing in a modern and efficient water heater is a decision that most do not take on a regular basis. Modern heaters can last upwards of 20 years and therefore it is important to consider your decision with care. The selected water heater will bring you savings in time, money and space therefore we recommend thoroughly reviewing the options and considering the use of a specialist to help make this decision.