We are due to replace our old water heater and i am looking for the best way to go. Has anyone made use of the whole house instant (tankless) heaters? What is the performance like? Ever run out of hot water? Any failers? We have five people in the house and normal use is showers in the morning, washing up at night, plus the normal stuff. I want the most hot water for the running costs. i know fuel is going to increase!
This house west of downtown Austin, Texas, has floor-to-ceiling glass with no window treatments but uses the topography as a privacy screen.
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