How Much Hot Water Do I Need?
Oct24

How Much Hot Water Do I Need?

How much hot water do taps, showers, appliances, and various other items use in our homes? When considering a tankless water heater this is interesting information to know and understand. There are a few points here we need to get out of the way. Pipe diameter – it doesn’t matter what type of water heater you have a ½ inch copper pipe can only provide around 11-19 liters per minute (3-5 GPM) of water. Once you reach the peak...

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Rinnai Combi Boiler

In my opinion Rinnai has one of the most confusing product naming systems in all of the heating industry.   Below I will go though the various Rinnai combi boiler products and explain their general function and use. I have thoroughly explored each combi system in depth and you find a link to individual pages and a much more detailed review with specifications should you be interested in a specific system. The Rinnai E series of...

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New Tankless Water Heaters
Apr11

New Tankless Water Heaters

We use a lot of hot water in our modern homes, from taps, laundry, dishwasher, to elaborate rain heads and body showers. A new tankless water heater has emerged as the number one method of meeting all this modern demand. Tankless technology has been in Canada for over 20 years now, it has moved past infancy and carved a new niche between electric, and gas powered conventional storage tank type water heating. New Tankless Technology A...

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Your Rights and the 20 day cooling Off Period in Ontario
Mar31

Your Rights and the 20 day cooling Off Period in Ontario

On April 1, 2015 it becomes law that Ontarians get a 20 day cooling off period if they sign a contract for a water heater at their door. In addition to that there are a number of new stipulations that need to be met by sales people practicing door to door marketing. We have outlined the important changes so you can be prepared if someone shows up at your door. The cooling off period starts the day the consumer signs the contract at...

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New Rebates Available in 2014
Mar06

New Rebates Available in 2014

It has been a few years now that the Conservative Government pulled the plug on the ecoENERGY grant program and it doesn’t look like it’s coming back anytime soon. Fortunately there is a new rebate program spearheaded by Enbridge which offers some very lucrative rebates to home owners who upgrade their furnace, or water heater to a tankless… Grants of either $1600 or $2000 to be exact! How can you get a $2000 Rebate? There are a...

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