Tankless Water Heater VS. Tank Water Heater in Reno Nevada

What kind of water heater is best for your home? Are you debating between a tankless water heater and a tank water heater? Learn about the pros and cons on both kinds of water heaters.

According to an article at callsinclair.com, “Need to Install a Water Heater”

“Here are the pros and cons to both types of water heaters.

Tankless Water Heater

Pros:  The best thing about a tankless water heater is that you will never run out of hot water, assuming you don’t have a mechanical failure.  Another pro is that you do not have to wait to take a shower after someone else takes a shower like you do with a tank water heater.  If you have a big family you know what I am talking about.

Cons:  If you are trying to convert from a tank water heater to a tankless it can be challenging.  Most of the time the gas that is supplied for a tank water heater is not enough to support a tankless. Most of the cons that come from a tankless water heater happen when trying to convert from a tank to a tankless.  Usually it is better to install a tankless when building a new home or doing a remodel.

Tank Water Heater

Pros:  One thing about tank water heaters that compares to a tankless water heater is that they use very little gas and electricity. Even though tankless water heater manufacturers boast about the low gas usage, remember that most gas companies still charge you a minimum amount every month just to have gas service.  In my opinion the two even out because a tank only uses about the minimum amount of gas usage every month and the gas that it takes to run a tankless, after it has not been used, cost about the same in the end.

Cons:  Hot water will run out and like I said earlier in this article you will have to wait for the tank to fill and heat back up.  This can take up to 45 minutes to get the temperature back to set point.”

Now that you have the pros and cons on water heaters; when you need the expertise of Jet Plumbing in Reno for installation visit jetplumbing.com to schedule your next plumbing  job.

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