Feb 152014
 

Tankless Gas Water Heater

What makes a Tankless Gas Water Heater green?

 

A Tankless Gas Water Heater is much more efficient when it comes to heating water.  It takes a considerable amount of energy to keep a 50 gallon tank of water hot.  This is what a typical conventional water heater has to do 24 hours per day 365 days per year.  By only heating water when it is needed a Tankless Gas Water Heater is much more energy efficient.  It I estimated that a Tankless Gas Water Heater is about 30% more efficient than a typical 50 gallon water heater which means a Tankless Gas Water Heater uses less energy and is good for both the environment and your wallet.

Tankless Gas Water Heater

Additionally, unlike conventional water heaters that need to be replaced about every 10-15 years a Tankless Gas Water Heater can last for more than 15 years making tankless heaters a more durable and a more low-maintenance option.   Many tankless heaters are constructed using reusable and recyclable components.  A  Tankless Gas Water Heater  is smaller and lasts longer than its conventional counterparts so that when it finally does need to come out of service, its impact on the environment is considerably less.

Tankless Gas Water Heater

Please continue reading my Tankless Gas Water Heater – 3 product review  and visit my Tankless Gas Water Heater Store.

Also see my other review posts for this green living product: 

Ten best features for tankless gas water heaters.

How tankless gas water heaters work.

Tankless gas water heater FAQs.

On demand gas water heater Tips and Tricks.

Thank you for visiting, and for supporting Switch it Green, Switch it Forward.

MJ

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