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Bosch Tankless Hot Water Heater Review (goodselfme)

By Edited Nov 18, 2013 6 11


1. This major appliance takes up 3 feet X 2 feet of space.

2. It can hang on a wall to give more floor space.

3. No coils to burn out.

4. Save 20 to 30% on gas or electric bills since the water does not get stored in a tank and need to be kept hot.

5. About the same initial cost as conventional hot water heaters.

6. Continual hot water depending what size is purchased.

7. Quiet, good looking appliance.


1. Electric voltage box might have to be upgraded to accommodate your new electric Bosch Tankless hot water heater.

2. A plumber and an electrician will need to be hired to install the Bosch, electric tankless hot water heater.

Full Review

During an upgrade renovation, I sought a replacement for my traditional hot water heater with a Bosch Electric Tankless Hot Water Heater. My first hand experience from research to purchasing can now be shared with you.

There are many brands to choose from in this appliance category. I inquired from plumbers, construction workers and do it yourself stores such as Lowes and Home Depot. I also did research on line to seek out information on the brand I wanted to consider buying.

I do not have gas to my residence, so needed to look at only electric tankless hot water heaters.

There are numerous sizes to choose from in Bosch tankless hot water heaters.

1. Single faucet tankless hot water heaters are just for the shower or tub use. They can also be put under the sink for the kitchen or bathroom sink use.

2. Small home use tankless hot water heaters are designed for use in a limited family size home. This appliance can accommodate using one major hot water source at a time.

3. Standard size is for use in an adequate square foot residence. This unit permits using two major hot water sources at once.

In Closing

My Bosch, standard, electric, tankless hot water heater has given me 1 year of complete satisfaction. I have used the dishwasher and shower at the same time with an endless amount of hot water for both. I now have a full closet to use, since my appliance hangs on the wall only measuring 8 inches deep. I highly recommend this Bosch, electric tankless hot water heater. I have experienced a 25% drop in my electric bill since I installed this appliance.


Sep 9, 2009 6:30pm
Great information about tankless hot water heaters
Sep 13, 2009 7:51am
Great review on Bosch electric hot water heater.
Sep 13, 2009 1:22pm
The waterless heater unit is one of my goals for hte future when I build another house. Good one....tmbs up...
Sep 13, 2009 1:44pm
Kristara, thank you for your great comment. I appreciate your encouraging statements.
Sep 15, 2009 12:42am
Thank you ladybugblue for your encouraging comment.
Sep 16, 2009 3:00pm
buzzard33, Thank you for your valued comment.
Sep 17, 2009 5:23pm
Good info. These have been used in Europe for years, and just make sense.
Sep 17, 2009 5:36pm
betterbody, You are correct in your comment!
Jun 30, 2010 10:59am
Thanks for the review on Bosch tankless hot water heaters. I have always wanted one of these.
Sep 3, 2010 4:43pm
Thanks for the great information on the Bosch tankless hot water heaters. I have considered buying one in the past, and it is nice to know what your experience has been.
Sep 24, 2010 11:18pm
Good information on the Bosch tankless water heater. We have been talking about getting one, it's on our to do list. Thanks for sharing.
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