A home's water heater affects both the comfort level in the shower and bath, as well as the monthly utility bill. If a conventional heater is the wrong size, hot water may run out too soon, while constantly heating and reheating stored water for the home's needs can be costly.
A gas-fired, tankless water heater addresses both problems since the water is only being heated when it is needed, thereby conserving energy while ensuring an adequate and dependable supply to the household.
Before you install this type of water heater, check with your gas company for proper sizing of your gas main. Typical tankless heaters require more gas than the largest residential furnaces.
Once you have that information, here's how to install the heater:
A circulation pump will keep heated water at the ready.
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