The most common way to heat water in the United States is with a tank-style water heater. Tank water heater units heat water even when not in use, to compensate for standby heat loss. Insulation between the storage tank and the outer jacket slows this heat loss, but cannot eliminate it entirely. To maintain a preset water temperature, the water heater must cycle on periodically, even when there is no demand for hot water.
Tank water heaters generally have about 70% usable capacity, meaning a typical 50-gallon tank has about 30-35 gallons of truly hot water in reserve for usage. If there is high demand over a short period - a family taking back-to-back showers in the morning or a vacation home packed with guests - the hot water can run out. When it does, homeowners have to wait for the water to get hot again.
State tankless condensing water heaters are ENERGY STAR® qualified and available in natural gas or propane. Backed by long-term warranties for residential and commercial use, condensing tankless water heaters are our most energy-efficient tankless option providing on-demand hot water.
Fully modulating, natural gas tankless water heater with sealed combustion and power vented flue. Supplies hot water to domestic hot water systems (directly or indirectly) and can be used with water storage tanks, recirculation systems, and/or combined domestic and heating applications.
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