- Much more energy efficient than old fashioned tank systems
- The highest energy efficiency in the industry — up to 0.97 UEF / 0.99 EF
- Energy Star certified
- Takes about 80% less space than old fashioned tank heaters
- Longer lasting than tank heaters
- Easy to use control panel
Standard water heaters store water taken from your water source (municipal water line, well, etc.) and heats it up using resources such as electricity, gas, or oil. Tankless water heaters are designed to be eco-friendly, provide an endless supply of hot water, and have up to twice the lifespan of standard water tanks.
A tankless water heater is energy efficient because it heats the water being used as it’s needed. There are two basic types of tankless water heaters. The first type is a whole house model, installed in a central location and replaces a standard water heater. The second type is a point-of-use unit, and because it is typically smaller, is installed for a single fixture, directly under the sink.
The benefits of a tankless water heater include: lower energy bills; conserves water; and saves space since units are considerably smaller than standard hot water tanks.