Thinking about getting a tankless water heater?
Tankless water heaters, or on demand water heaters, operate differently than traditional water heaters because they only heat water when the faucets are turned on. This means that water is only heated when it’s needed, and a tank is not necessary to hold heated water. Tankless water heaters come in small sizes that require the unit to be installed near the point of use, or larger sizes that are able to provide water to an entire house. But what are the advantages and disadvantages of using a tankless water heater instead of a hot water tank?