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Making A Comparison Of Tankless Water Heaters

By Bryce Smith

If you’re planning to buy an on demand water heater, then you’ll probably feel overwhelmed as soon as you start investigating the heaters available on the market. There seems to be an almost infinite stream of products, all of them making the same glowing claims. How can you possibly tell which tankless water heaters will work in your region of the country, for a home with your water needs and with your voltage or gas supplies? One of the best ways to get real life performance information is by finding online user reviews.

The reviews will tell you much about how a tankless water heater actually works for people in real life, totally apart from the advertising and predictions. And you’ll learn other things too, like how easy or difficult they are to install, and what extra and unexpected costs can emerge.

For example, if you’re interested in the Bosch tankless water heater, the Aquastar 125B, then you might visit www.epinions.com and discover many reviewer comments about how hard it might be to install and how much maintenance it requires. That could make you reconsider this specific heater.

As you look for customer reviews for the various tankless water heaters, be prepared to spend a bit of time. Some sites, like www.amazon.com, will require you to look at individual heaters one by one, to read the reviews. You can help yourself by going to one or two sites that sell these heaters and picking the ones you’re interested in first, and then looking for those on Amazon. But be open to buying a water heater you hadn’t originally considered if the reviews are consistently glowing.

You can read all the specs for specific tankless water heaters, but it’s how they actually perform in real life that’s important. No advertiser will tell you this, nor will the manufacturer. So you’ll need to find out from actual users how well they like their electric or gas water heaters. Only then can you bridge the gap between the glowing advertising and the nitty-gritty of real life performance. And that’s when you can weed out the bad choices and make a good one for your own home.

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