Rinnai Tankless Water Heaters Bring in the Awards

Rinnai is the number 1 selling tankless water heater and there is a reason for its success.  Rinnai builds stable, efficient, trustworthy units that enable any homeowner to brag about their tankless water heater. Rinnai has had the honours of receiving accolades from three media outlets recently. The first being Builders Magazine 2010 brand leader in quality. The second is Greenbuilder’s Magazine Hot 50 products of 2010. The last is a...

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Get Some Government Grant Money

Tankless Government Grants Currently the Ontario and Canadian government are giving rebates to households in Ontario that upgrade their conventional water heaters to either a state or a tankless water heater (I realize that state tanks have not really been explained so I will make a point to do a synopsis on them this week). The provincial (Ontario) will give 250$ for any tankless water heater that is installed, the federal government...

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Navien Tankless Water Tank
Feb04

Navien Tankless Water Tank

Navien Tankless Water Tank Firstly let’s get this straight; Navien is a brand of tankless hot water heater not Navian.I have seen this spelled wrong many times, Navian (I googled it) is nothing, definitely not a tankless water heater. Navien has 6 residential models (CR-180, CR-210, CR-240, CR-180A, CR-210A, CR-240A) and then 3 commercial units (CC-180, CC-210, CC-240). These tankless water heaters are all relatively similarly...

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Conventional Tank Thermal Images

Hot Water Tank Thermal Images Here are some thermal shots of a conventional hot water tank, as you can see there is a lot of heat loss occurring. Sure during the winter months this is probably not a very big deal as the heat leaks into the house. During the summer when you are paying copious amount of money to keep your house cool a conventional tank sits there 24 hours a day leaking heat, and costing money. Additionally if you can...

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Tankless Rental

I hate to get into the discussion on whether renting or purchasing a tankless is the right choice.  Some people prefer to rent for the security and some perfer to purchase.  A tankless rental works out to be a cheap investment for your home as the cost for the unit is fixed every month and the amount of natural gas, propane or even electricity consumed is reduced significantly. On top of that a rental system has the installation cost,...

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Rinnai R85

UPDATE: The Rinnai R85 is not available anymore, check out the Rinnai RL94i which is the updated version. We have all specifications and prices listed for both rental and purchases.  No one ever uses hot water 24 hours a day. But, if you have a conventional tank then you’re paying to heat water 24 hours a day. With a standard water heater, you heat and reheat the same water even when you’re sleeping. No one wants to waste...

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