Tankless Water Heater
You’ll typically find a tankless water heater—an appliance—mounted on a wall. Unlike having a tank full of water, this unit only runs when a location demands hot water. When demand for hot water initiates, the tankless water heater starts to run and delivers the water through a heat exchanger. This heat exchanger rapidly heats the water and delivers it to the open faucet. A tankless water heater utilizes natural gas and propane as an energy source to heat the water. Tankless water heaters offer high efficiency and energy-saving operational costs.