Cost To Go Tankless Water Heater Under $500 E02 || Review Atmor ThermoPro
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We go over the budget to install an Atmor Tankless water heater and parts needed. It just made sense to go with the Tankless over a Tank water heater. The cost, if doing it yourself can be very budget-friendly making the payback of going from a tank to tankless water heater very short. If not doing the work yourself it may be cheaper to go back with a tank water heater, the labor in doing a tankless can be very expensive. 

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All the part and were we got them, hope this helps you if you want to upgrade, or you need a new water heater like we did. 

Atmor AT-910-24TP AT-D24TP-AZ ThermoPro 24 kW / 240V 4.6 GPM Digital Thermostatic Tankless Electric Instant Water Heater, 24kW/240V, Gray
$256.26 we paid $193.86 
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Southwire 63949221 25' 8/3 with ground Romex brand SIMpull residential indoor electrical wire type NM-B, Black
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 Tankless Water Heater Flush Kit 3/4" Lead Free Isolation Service Valves 3/4-Inch Temperature Pressure Relief Valve for Hot Water Heaters Single Handle Full Port IPS Isolator Brass NSF-61
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HomeDepot we spent $156 on these parts:
3 40 amp Breakers $66
2 24 inch flex hoses $22
Rest of HomeDepot cost:
10-foot CPVC 
10-foot Conduit
Concrete Screws
Brackets for pipe
Inserts for Breaker box

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Atmor AT-910-24TP AT-D24TP-AZ ThermoPro 24 kW / 240V 4.6 GPM Digital Thermostatic Tankless Electric Instant Water Heater 24kW/240V Gray

Specially equipped to heat incoming water as low as 37°f at 2.45 gpm
Easy to use digital temperature control in 1-degree increments
Requires three 40 amp double pole breakers
Warranty: 7 years against leakage and 2 years parts
High quality stainless steel interior components

Product description
The ATMOR thermopro tankless water heater revolutionizes water heating with self modulating technology that provides unlimited hot water when you need it, without the wait. Advanced technology regulates the amount of energy required to heat the water. This delivers major savings on energy bills and lowers water consumption. The easy-to-use digital panel allows full control with the power to make temperature adjustments down to the exact degree for the perfect water temperature. Compact, space-saving design requires no venting and can be installed anywhere inside your home or garage. Unit is IP54 certified to keep internal components safe and dry. Durable and corrosion resistant stainless steel interior assembly allow for heating efficiency and longer life expectancy. Perfect for moderate to warm climates, the 24Kw/240V, 4.6 gpm capacity is ideal for small to medium sized homes that will be running up to 4 applications at once, such as: 2 Showers (1.5 gpm/shower head), 1 kitchen sink (1 gpm), and 1 bathroom sink (.5 gpm) at inlet temperatures of 73 degrees F. Colder climates that require a higher temperature rise will reduce the amount of applications and GPM (gallons pers minute). Choosing the right tankless heater depends on your incoming water temperature, flow rate, number of applications and your desired output temperature. Your incoming water temperature (also called inlet temperature) varies by location and seasonality. Colder inlet water temps require a much higher temperature rise. For additional info and help choosing a model, please see our selection guide below or call our support team.
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