One Size Does NOT Fit All

| by Jens Bolleyer
One Size Does NOT Fit All

Electric, tankless water heaters have come a long way, providing endless hot water for all demands in your home and business. From a small, seldom-used guest bathroom to a whole-house application, tankless water heaters are available in many sizes designed to meet specific needs. Small units that fit under the sink are perfect for a bathroom; mid-sized options can accommodate a bathroom and laundry area or a kitchen, while a larger, stylishly-designed wall-mounted unit can provide endless hot water for a whole house.

Tankless water heaters only consume energy when there is a demand for hot water, unlike the tank heater which wastes energy by constantly heating water 24/7/365.

Check out the many size options of tankless water heaters designed to meet your specific needs at

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Topics: Tankless Water Heaters

Companies: EcoSmart Green Energy Products

Jens Bolleyer

Jens Bolleyer is Vice President of Marketing and Retail Sales at EcoSmart Green Energy Products Inc. Throughout his career, he has been involved in products and services that are aimed at energy or water efficiency. At GE, Jens focused on the Smart Home initiative, developing home automation products, enabling remote control of lighting, and appliances, including heating and cooling to optimize and minimize energy consumption. In his roles at Kohler Company and Elkay manufacturing, he got involved with the promotion of WaterSense® products for the residential and commercial building and remodeling markets. Now at EcoSmart, Jens helps homeowners find ways to save energy, save water and save space with electric tankless water heating products.

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