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How They Work

  1. When a hot water tap is opened, the tankless water heater detects the flow.
  2. The flow sensor activates to determine the amount of hot water needed.
  3. The igniter activates.
  4. The gas control valve opens to supply the correct amount of gas.
  5. The fan and venturi activate to provide the correct amount of gas and fuel.
  6. The premix burner ignites providing a flame to heat the water.
  7. Cold water is pre-heated in the secondary heat exchanger.
  8. Pre-heated water passes from the secondary to the primary heat exchanger.
  9. The unit determines outgoing set temperature and adjusts the flame to heat the water.
  10. Heated water moves to the buffer tank.
  11. Desired hot water amount delivered to the faucet.

​When it comes time to purchase a new water heater, you will want to shop around, consider the costs and take into consideration whether you should purchase a traditional water heater or a tankless one. Most people opt for traditional water heaters simply because they're tried and true, and after all, we often purchase appliances we've used before. With that being said, those brave homeowners that chose to install tankless water heaters have found that they offer a number of benefits:

Since the water heater is tankless, it doesn't require a lot of space in order to operate inside of your home. Tankless heaters are significantly smaller than traditional water heaters and they can be installed in smaller spaces. Homeowners that live in small cottages or tiny apartments find that this type of water heater is simply the best and only choice.

Tankless water heaters don't rely on consistent heating as a way to distribute water throughout your household. Traditional water heaters store a specific amount of water in their tanks and constantly heat it. On the other hand, tankless heaters start heating the moment you turn on the tap in one of your bathrooms.

Owning a tankless water heater is an eco-friendly way to live. You won't have to worry about water going to waste simply because you only use what is reasonable and what you need. This is a fantastic choice for localities where water is scarce and has become somewhat of a commodity.

You can save a great deal of money by choosing to go with a tankless water heater. Since your water heater doesn't heat the water you're not using, you can save a lot more money on your energy bill. In fact, you can save up to 20% by going tankless.

Overall, a tankless water heater also lasts anywhere from 5 to 10 years longer than a traditional water heater. For a bit more money, you can get twice as much use out of a simple household appliance.

You can also eliminate the probability of a serious flooding issue in your home by going tankless. A ruptured water heater can cause serious issues in your home, therefore, you need to consider that going tankless offers a peace of mind.

Most homeowners have also found that with on-demand water heater units they can get access to hot water quickly. Instead of waiting for the water heater to heat the entire tank of water, you can run several baths in your home at the same time without fear of someone getting hit with cold water.