Tankless Water Heaters

I am considering replacing two 50 gallon water heaters with two tankless water heaters. Are they right for me? During a day - we take two showers - do one load of clothes - and one load of dishes. If I use electric tankless water heaters - I can do the install myself. If I do gas tankless water heaters - I must hire someone to do it. I have 200 AMP electric service in the house - also natural gas. I am brainstorming on this - no rush - things are working fine now. Harry
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Just curious:
Why 2?
We probably take 6 showers a day, do 3 or 4 loads of laundry and run the dishwasher at least once and we have ONE 50 gallon water heater. It does the job fine.
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Why 2? The two main use points are about 100 feet apart. I may go with one heater and a well-insulated line to the kitchen. I would put the heater next to the shower - and run an overhead insulated 1/2 inch tube to the kitchen. Harry
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