In the summer, a power outage can be inconvenient and uncomfortable, but doesn't often result in a life-threatening situation or damage to buildings. But as the February 2021 winter storm that knocked out water and electricity to over 3 million Texans reminded us last month, a cold-weather power outage is a different and more dangerous animal. In this Instagram post, Matt Risinger takes a close look at one of the many tankless water heaters that were damaged by the storm, in some cases flooding the house or building that the heater served. As Risinger notes, most of these gas-fired water heaters would have been fine even in sub-freezing temperatures if the power hadn't been interrupted.