When did we start using in line water heaters?



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    Inline water heaters are also called tankless, instantaneous, continuous flow, etc.  Lots of names for them.  These water heaters first came into popularity in Europe following WWII.  They made their way into Canada and finally into the U.S. after energy efficiency became more of an issue.  In a nutshell, tankless water heaters only heat water when there is a demand for it – i.e., you turn on the hot water in your shower or sink.  It’s more efficient by only working when it needs to.

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