The Best Tankless Water Heater

    The best Tankless ? This is a controversial question as some tankless water heaters result in a much better fit than others and thus they may be considered better by some users in different situations.   Call anytime for Pricing and advice (647) 925-1930   We have facilitated the installation of thousands of tankless systems and ensured that additional warranty and extended service is provided on all of the installed...

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    Takagi T-H2 Manual

    Takagi T-H2 PDF Manual This is the Takagi tankless water heater manual for the condensing unit. It is for both the indoor and outdoor units, although I don’t recommend that the outdoor unit be installed here in Toronto. FOR : T-H2-DV and T-H2-OS You must have Adobe reader to view this file. Get it HERE if you dont. Click on either of the two below to access the manual. DOWNLOAD or...

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    Takagi Condensing Tankless Review

    Takagi T-H2 Condensing Here is the Takagi T-H2 Condensing Tankless hot water heater, there’s a lot to cover so lets get started. Takagi Tankless Benefits PVC venting 95% efficient 4.6 GPM in dead of winter 8.5 GPM in the summer Direct vent capability Info The T-H2 model is available as a direct vent or an Outdoor model only. Takagi’s T-H2 “2nd Generation High Efficiency Tankless” unit, is a very energy...

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    Condensing verses Non-Condensing Tankless

    Condensing verses Non-Condensing Tankless water heaters come in two different efficiency ratings, condensing and non condensing (or min-efficiency and high-efficiency). A condensing unit will recover more than 85% of waisted heat that would normally be vented as exhaust.  This is accomplished through the use on an additional heat exchanger where incoming water is pre-warmed with the exhaust heat.  Condensing Tankless Navien or...

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    Takagi Tankless Condensing Unit

    Takagi Tankless Condensing Unit The Takagi Flash T-H1 tankless water heater is a new condensing unit available to house hold consumers. This tankless heater has an average efficiency of 95% with propane as its fuel source and 92% when natural gas is used. In our Canadian climate you can expect about 4 plus gallons per minute in the dead of winter, and much more in the summer when ground water is warmer. The Flash T-H1 is able to...

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