Pros and Cons of Rinnai Water Heaters
Tankless water heaters, also known as Rinnai water heaters, have been growing in popularity in recent years. They offer several benefits over traditional tank-style water heaters, but there are also some drawbacks to consider before making a purchase. In this blog post, Mink Plumbing will discuss the pros and cons of tankless water heaters so that you can make an informed decision about whether or not this type of heater is right for your home. Contact Mink Plumbing to learn more!
Rinnai water heaters are much more efficient than tank-style water heaters. Because they only heat the water as it is needed, tankless water heaters can save you a lot of money on your energy bills.
Drawback: The initial cost of a tankless water heater is typically higher than the cost of a traditional tank-style water heater.
Tankless water heaters also tend to last longer than tank-style water heaters. Because they have no tank, there are fewer parts that can break down over time.
Limited Flow Rate
Rinnai water heaters have a limited flow rate, which means a tankless water heater’s flow rate is limited by its production capacity, which is the gallons per minute (GPM) of hot water it can supply.
Drawback: If you have a large family or multiple people living in your home, a tankless water heater may not be able to meet your needs.
Require Prior Setup Work
Tankless water heaters require some prior setup work, such as installing a gas line or electrical outlet. If you are not comfortable doing this type of work yourself, you will need to hire a professional to install the tankless water heater for you.
Drawback: Some people may find the installation process to be too complicated or time-consuming.
If you are considering a Rinnai water heater, we hope that this blog helped you to make an informed decision. Get your Rinnai water heater installed today from Mink Plumbing! Contact us today to get started.