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It’s Time to Replace Your Water Heater: Which is Better, Tankless or Traditional?

As you know a new water heater is an investment that you make in your home. Picking which kind is best for your home is essential. In order to make the right decision for your home’s needs you’ll want to understand how each type works and their benefits.

Today, you’ll learn all of the pros and cons of tankless and traditional water heaters.

What's The Difference Between A Tankless And A Traditional Water Heater?

There are big differences between traditional and tankless water heaters. They also each have their own negatives and positives.

Traditional water heaters are best known for being the common water heater unit in homes. They have a water storage tank that can hold and heat 30-50 gallons of water. First, the water heater will pre-heat these gallons of water so that when you are ready to use it, it’s already hot. Once the hot water runs out it will preheat another 30-50 gallons.

Tankless water heaters are different in the way that they don’t store water and only heat the water you are currently using. This creates an “on-demand” process for hot water.

Weighing the Pros and Cons of Tankless vs. Traditional Water Heaters

If you’re trying to decide between a tankless and traditional water heater, a list of pros and cons can help you make your choice.

Traditional Water Heater



Tankless water heater    



Keep in mind this list of pros and cons for traditional and tankless water heaters. It will help you to make the decision on which is best for your home.

The Proskill team can help you work out which unit is best for your needs and provide you with an easy installation. Give us a call today for a consultation!

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