Tankless water heaters are a highly efficient and cost-effective way to heat your water
Why spend money heating a tank full of water even when you don't need it? Go tankless, reduce your carbon footprint and start saving money
How do they work?
Check out the video on the right for a detailed explanation of how tankless water heaters outperform their alternatives.
The heater is normally turned off, but is equipped with flow sensors which activate it when water travels through them. A negative feedback loop is used to bring water to the target temperature. The water circulates through a copper heat exchanger and is warmed by gas heating. Since there is no finite tank of hot water that can be depleted, the heater provides a continuous supply. The main advantages of tankless water heaters are a plentiful continuous flow of hot water (as compared to a limited flow of continuously heated hot water from conventional tank water heaters), and a significantly reduced energy cost.