Tankless Water Heaters
Indiana Warm Floors and its highly trained and certified technicians offer tank-less water heater installation, repair, and servicing.
What’s the difference between a traditional and tank-less water heater?
Traditional Water Heaters - A Traditional water heater stores and preheats 30-50 gallons of water in a tank. That preheated water is used whenever someone showers, does the laundry or washes dishes. The tank then refills to be reheated once again.
Tank-less Water Heaters - A Tank-less water heater uses a heat source (electric or gas) to warm up cool water on-demand whenever you need it rather than storing hot water in a tank.
A tank-less water heater saves you money in the long run. According to Energy.gov, “For homes that use 41 gallons or less of hot water daily, demand (or tank-less) water heaters can be 24%–34% more energy efficient than conventional storage tank water heaters.”
Tank-less water heaters also do not take up as much space as the traditional water heaters. They are small and can be installed in more places - even outside on a wall. They also have a longer life span. It is estimated that a tank-less water heater can last more than 20 years - which is almost double of what a traditional water heater can last.