Bosch tankless water heaters activate only when there’s a request for hot water, cutting out needless energy consumption and reducing household water heating bills up to 50%.
Bosch Tankless is also designed to last and give our landfills a break. Made from durable copper, steel and aluminum parts, with nothing to rust or collect sediment, these units have twice the average lifespan of traditional tank-style water heaters. And they’re right in line with today’s demanding “Green Building” practices.
Small, light and easy to install, they’re perfect for new construction, renovations or additions. Bosch water heaters hang right on the wall to save valuable living space. Plus, they deliver an endless supply of hot water; something that anyone who has experienced an unexpected cold shower can relate to.
In a gas tankless unit, a gas burner is utilized to heat the water. Gas powered systems are fuelled by propane or natural gas. To operate one of these units, you'll need a gas line running through your home to where the water heater will be installed. It can easily provide endless hot water for one or more major application at a time.
Electric Tronic tankless water heaters heat the water as it passes over an electrical element. To run an electric tankless water heater, you will need to have it hardwired to your circuit breaker/electrical panel. Although, electric tankless water heaters are less expensive to purchase and operate, they typically have less capacity, which makes them less practical for large families or households that consume large amounts of hot water at one time.