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What is A Tankless Water Heater?
Tankless Water heaters are designed for either single-point use or for whole-house applications. Single-point heaters are meant to be used at a single faucet, whereas whole-house units are capable of replacing conventional storage tank heaters.
Some smaller Tankless Water Heaters cannot supply enough hot water for simultaneous, multiple uses in large households. An example would be taking a shower and running the dishwasher at the same time. This can stretch a Tankless Water Heater to its limit. To fix this problem, what you can do is install a “whole house” Tankless Water Heater or install two or more Tankless Water Heaters, that would be connected for simultaneous demands of hot water.
You can also install separate Tankless Water Heaters for appliances as well —such as a clothes washer or dishwater—that use a lot of hot water in your home. An example would for one of these applications would be an Electrical Tankless Water Heater, like our Eemax and Bosch series.
Homes that use approximately 41 gallons or less of hot water daily, Tankless Water Heaters can be 24% – 34% more energy efficient than conventional storage tank water heaters. They can also be 8% – 14% more energy efficient for large family homes that use a lot of hot water, around 86 gallons per day. You can achieve an even greater energy savings of 27% – 50% if you install a Tankless Water Heater at each hot water outlet.