Renting a Tankless Water Heater

    For a lot of people in Ontario renting your water heater is something you have always done with a charge of roughly between 10$ and 20$ a month. Companies that provide this service (for the most part) put in low end tanks so that their return on investment is only a few years. The problem is that low end tanks are energy hogs and consume copious amount of power. The company you rent it off of doesn’t care about efficiency as they are...

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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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    Rinnai R75i Specifications

    Rinnai R75i Specs Natural Gas or Propane Gas Models 15,000 to 180,000 Btu 0.7 to 6.0 GPM (55 F rise) / 0.7 to 7.5 GPM (35 F rise) 98-140 Degree Settings or 98 – 185° F with (MCC-91 controller) Height 26″ Width 14″ Depth 10″ No Pilot Light – Direct Electronic Ignition Maximum Hot Water Capacity – 7.5 GPM (multiple points of use) Newly Designed Commercial-Grade Heat Exchanger New Integrated Condensate...

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    Rinnai R85 Tankless Water Heater

    Rinnai R85 Specs Tankless Specs Specifications Hot water capacity – Minimum flow – 0.5 gpm (gallons per minute) – Maximum flow – 5.3 gpm Anticipated maximum – at 75°F temperature rise (input 45°, output 120°) 4.2 gpm There should be no single water fixture requiring more than 3.5 gpm Sized right for our Ontario climate Input BTU rating: Minimum 15,000 Maximum 180,000 Efficiency rating: 82% Installation requirements •...

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    Tankless Water Heater Facts

    Tankless Facts 25% of every household energy dollar is spent making domestic hot water.  Heating water with a conventional tank is the third largest energy consumer in your home (behind furnace and A/C). Electricity is the WORST way to heat hot water while natural gas and propane gas are much more efficient. Based on national fuel price averages of $1.46/ccf and $0.09/kwh, the cost/100,000 BTU’s is $1.46 for natural gas and...

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    Greatest Tankless Penetration

    Most Popular Areas 2008 was a great year with many people switching over to tankless systems, it sure has keep us busy around here. Going over some of the results have yielded some surprising stats. Most Popular Brand Rinnai This was not that surprising to us as we had a hard time maintain an adequate amount of stock for customer installations. Hands down the Rinnai tankless is the best unit out there. Navian This units efficiency...

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