Tank Type water heaters typically store between 40 - 80 gallons of heated water and have minimal efficiency. Tanks typically last between 6 - 12 years depending on water quality and usage.
In-direct tanks come in all different shapes and sizes and commonly used with boilers, as the heat transfers from the boiler water to hot water via heat exchanger coils made from Copper or Stainless Steel. No Gas Piping or Venting Required.
Tankless Type water heaters produce hot water on demand and typically do not store water thus achieving the industries highest efficiencies. Tankless are space saving wand powerful, providing continuous hot water endlessly for up to 3 showers
Tankless Water Heater
Hybrid water heater are the best of both worlds. Offering more efficiency than a direct fired gas or electric water heaters, while providing some storage for an abundance of hot water in high demand applications.