My water heater needs more power and the well is not helping.
The water in my house is supplied by a well. My outdoor tankless water heater is about 70 feet away from the well. I have been told that this is the reason for the very low water pressure from the water heater. We have two showers in the house, but the shower that is farthest from the water heater gets such low pressure that we all have to use the shower closest to the heater. The shower closest to the heater has pretty low pressure, though. When the water finally gets to the shower head, the water temperature fluctuates. I have been told this is because the water heater needs constant and high enough pressure to keep the heater running. I have had several plumbers in and they just don’t know what to do. I thought that maybe if i have a water tank installed at the water heater so that the heater can draw from the tank and have higher and more constant pressure. Then the tank can just get refilled from the well as its level gets lower. Can this work? And how do I go about finding a tank? Can i just use a regular tank water heater for storage only?