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Water heaters are one of the most amazing luxuries the modern world takes for granted every single day. We all just assume there will be plenty of hot water when we take a shower or turn on a faucet. Of course, we wouldn't get hot water without a lot of work and sweat if it weren't for these amazing devices. Top-of-the-line water heaters provide all the hot water your family needs at efficiency rates that would have been unbelievable only a few years ago. If you're in the market for a new one, there's never been a better time to buy.

About Tankless Hot Water Heaters

Water heaters are one of the most amazing luxuries the modern world takes for granted every single day. We all just assume there will be plenty of hot water when we take a shower or turn on a faucet. Of course, we wouldn't get hot water without a lot of work and sweat if it weren't for these amazing devices. Top-of-the-line water heaters provide all the hot water your family needs at efficiency rates that would have been unbelievable only a few years ago. If you're in the market for a new one, there's never been a better time to buy.

Tankless Hot Water Heaters vs. Tank Storage Water Heaters

Most homeowners won’t realize the significance of a dependable hot water heater until that morning when the shower just won’t get warm. Water heaters are a significant investment, and when the time comes to replace your existing unit, you’ll face an important question – continue using a conventional tank storage heater or upgrading to a tankless hot water heater?

Tankless hot water heaters – also known as on-demand water heaters – use high-powered burners to quickly heat up water, delivering it directly to your plumbing fixtures without first storing it in a tank. Most tankless hot water heaters use electricity or gas to heat the water. Conventional water heaters are the most common type of hot water heater unit in homes. They’re designed to hold up to 50 gallons of water, storing and heating the water until it’s ready for use.

Is a Tankless Water Heater Right for My Home?

Many modern and environmentally-conscious homeowners are turning to tankless water heaters because they’re eco-friendly and incredibly energy efficient. With a tankless hot water heater you will:

  • Minimize energy loss: While tank storage heaters can provide hot water for multiple outlets at a single time, it takes a lot of energy for the heater to continuously heat up large quantities of water. By supplying hot water as it’s needed, tankless water heaters can greatly save on energy expenses.
  • Avoid running out of hot water: If your family often uses up the entire hot water storage supply in your tank, you have to wait at least a half an hour or more for the tank to fill back up and heat – by supplying water on-demand, tankless water heaters won’t run out of supply.
  • Save space: Because tankless heaters don’t have a storage compartment, they’re much smaller than conventional water heaters, giving homeowners more flexible installation options.

Tankless hot water heaters can be a great improvement for homes. However, if your household uses a lot of hot water or often runs more than two appliances that utilize hot water simultaneously, then a tankless water heater might not be the best solution for your household’s needs, or you’ll need to install more than one unit. This is really only an issue with electric tankless water heaters rather than gas tankless hot water heaters though.

How to Choose a Tankless Water Heater

When it’s time to replace your existing tank storage water heater with a more efficient, innovative tankless option, make sure to work with a qualified and knowledgeable professional who can provide guidance and information on the best tankless water heater for your home. A local HVAC technician and plumbing contractor will evaluate your household’s needs and hot water usage, looking at:

  • Fixture flow rates
  • The temperature of incoming cold water
  • Typical hot water usage in your home at a single time
  • Average water usage based on recent utility bills
  • Which appliances require hot water
  • Whether current gas and water supply lines are adequate

Shop Dependable, Efficient Water Heater Solutions

At Ingrams Water & Air, we understand the importance of having hot water available when you need it most. We offer the most comprehensive selection of tankless hot water heaters for sale. You'll find options from top-rated, trusted manufacturers in several capacities and styles to ensure your new unit meets your household’s long-term expectations.

Explore our inventory of tankless hot water heaters today, and feel free to reach out to our team for additional product information.