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Tanks tank in study comparing them to tankless

Tankless water heaters reduce natural gas use by an average of 46 per cent and increase the use of water a little bit.


Canadian Contractor

December 28, 2011
By Robert Koci
Robert Koci

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Tankless water heaters reduce the amount of natural gas used to heat the same amount of hot water by an average of 46 per cent, according to a new CMHC study pitting tankless against the more conventional tanked water heaters.

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  1. John says:

    I think there are a lot of misconceptions regarding tankless water heaters. I’m glad this research has been done by a reputable company that wouldn’t really have a bias to push.

    Yes, Ill be the first to admit that a tankless isn’t always the right choice, but with proper understanding they are a fantastic option for home owners. Now pair a tankless with a DWHR system and there are some real savings to be had!!!

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