Questions about: tankless

The inside of a hydraulically operated two-stage tankless heater, heated by single-phase electric power. The copper tank contains heating elements with 18 kW maximum power. Tankless water heaters—also called instantaneous, continuous flow, inline, fl
I currently have a 50 gallon water tank in my house and I want to replace it with a tankless system. The primary reason to replace it is space. I recently installed 2 HeatWorks Model 1 units to test them out (I left the tank in, luckily), but that fa
I live in TX and have Amica as my natural gas provider. I want to replace my tank water heaters with a tankless unit. According to the Amica tech, I will need an upgraded gas meter which would increase my home's gas line from 0
I just finished replacing the pressure relief valve on my Rinnai hot water heater. Everything went well, I turned on the cold input and wham, water just started gushing out of the relief valve. All the specs line up on the valves (150 PSI), in fact t
OK, this is a weird one. Follow the bouncing ball: I have a tankless water heater I've had problems the last few weeks with the water running lukewarm instead of hot. Someone suggested power-cycling the water heater, and I did, and the problem went a
Tankless water heaters are also referred to as “on demand” water heaters. They are efficient, compact and will provide lots of hot water making them ideal choices for most households. Whether you settle for electric or gas, tankless water heaters hea
First, Mike connects the gas shutoff valve and sediment trap -- that's the short section of pipe running downward, then attaches the corrugated stainless steel supply line. Jim now makes the last few connections between the water shutoff valves and t
I just discovered tankless water heater technology while browsing alternatives to gas based water heating, more specifically the ones designed in the United States by EcoSmart. I have been trying to find if these tankless water heaters can be install