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www.angieslist.com/articles/what-are-pros-and-cons-tankless-water-heaters.htm

May 28, 2009 ... Endless hot water, additional storage space and lower energy bills are just a few reasons homeowners are switching to tankless water heaters. But those perks may not be enough for some people to offset the extra purchase cost and installation expense. The U.S. Department of Energy estimates gas-fired ...

www.homeadvisor.com/cost/plumbing/install-a-tankless-water-heater

HomeAdvisor's Tankless Water Heater Cost Guide lists prices associated with installing or replacing a tankless water heater including labor and materials, as reported by HomeAdvisor customers.

www.greenbuildingadvisor.com/blogs/dept/musings/are-tankless-water-heaters-waste-money

Apr 6, 2012 ... In general, the condensing tankless units weren't worth the upcharge in cost compared to the non-condensing tankless units. The researchers noted, “On average, switching from a non-condensing tankless water heater to a condensing tankless water heater only increased savings by 3%, which is small ...

www.startribune.com/water-heater-replacement-pros-and-cons-of-tankless-water-heaters/415549394

Mar 7, 2017 ... Tankless water heaters, also known as on-demand water heaters, are quite popular with forward-thinking homeowners. But are they worth the high cost for the unit and installation?

www.ragsdaleair.com/blog/traditional-water-heaters-vs-tankless-water-heaters-which-one-is-better-4

Sep 15, 2015 ... Traditional tank water heater. A Tankless water heater uses a heat source ( electric or gas) to warm up cool water on-demand whenever you need it rather than storing hot water in a tank. Tankless water heater. Pros and cons of traditional water heaters. Pros: Lower initial cost – A traditional water heater ...

www.waterheaterrescue.com/Longevity/tankless-water-heaters.html

If you heat water, gas is going to be burned or electricity is going to be used and ( unless you find a condensing heater) it's going to cost the same to heat a given amount of water, no matter whether you do it with a tankless device or in a water heater. Tankless heaters typically are priced several times higher than ...

articles.chicagotribune.com/2010-02-12/classified/ct-home-0212-water-heater-chomes-20100210_1_tankless-water-heater-hot-water

Feb 12, 2010 ... Most homes have a storage tank for hot water — 50 gallons or more that's regularly reheated and ready to use 24 hours a day. The compact alternative, often billed as the more efficient European system, is a tankless, or on-demand water heater. This suitcase-size unit heats water as it flows through a coil of ...

www.apartmenttherapy.com/pros-and-cons-of-a-tankless-water-heater-176538

Sep 1, 2016 ... While a typical tank water heater might be as cheap as $300-$400, they can price out up to $1,000 depending on options. But if you consider a tankless water heater probably starts closer to $1,000, you've got a pretty big difference in price tag. Of course, the idea is to make up for that extra cost as you use ...

www.bobvila.com/articles/tankless-hot-water-heater

A traditional water heater continuously heats water in the tank, regardless of whether it is being used. By comparison, the newer tankless designs heat water only when there is demand for it. Less stored water to heat means less cost—and let's not forget, a more compact, wall-mounted design. I did some research on water ...