Navien NPE-A

Navien’s Premium Condensing Tankless Gas Water Heater (NPE-A) What makes this version different than the NR or even the Navien NPE-S tankless? Well Navien has made a few changes and reworked a bit of the design but basically the systems reliability remains very high.  First off they have split the names and models of their tankless systems up.  The NPE-A and the NPE-S each have three units consisting of the 180, 210, and,...

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Rheem Tankless Water Heaters Recommended In Ontario
Feb14

Rheem Tankless Water Heaters Recommended In Ontario

 Over the years we have used, tested, installed, and ultimately recommended only small number of tankless water heaters to the home owners in Southern Ontario.  Today we sare adding a brand of tankless that we had previously not given much attention to. Rheem Tankless Rheem has developed and released a great condensing tankless water heater that we feel functions admirably in our cold climate.  There are a few key developments that...

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Rheem Prestige – 84DV

Tankless Rheem CRTGH-84DV Rheem has two condensing tankless water heater models that will work sufficiently throughout Toronto and Southern Ontario. RTGH-95 – 11,000-199,000 Btu/h – 3+ bathroom homes RTGH-84 – 11,000-157,000 Btu/h – 2 bathroom homes The above noted Rheem tankless models use condensing technology to boost efficiency in around the 94% range.  Condensing technology basically consists of a secondary heat...

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Will Your Water Heater Be Banned In Ontario Soon?

I can foresee something very similar happening to your 40 or 50 gallon water heaters that has happened to furnace systems recently.  Here is why I think it’s only a matter of time before the Government forces you to upgrade your water heater. In the past we all used some form of coal or oil burning furnace in the basement of our homes throughout Toronto and the Golden Horseshoe.  As technology grew into our furnace systems we...

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Rheem Tankless

Rheem was established in the mid-1920s when the brothers Richard and Donald Rheem acquired a galvanizing plant in San Francisco.  Then In the 1930’s, Rheem began manufacturing water heaters as the market begain to take off.  Things progressed quickly and by 1936 they had coast to coast distribution. During the 1940s and 1950s, the company continued to grow and increase its product lines to include furnaces and air conditioners. ...

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