Tankless Issues – The Facts and the Fiction

    Tankless Issues – The Facts and the Fiction Some people are very resistant to change, I don’t know what it is but some will fight it until the end of time. A recent Toronto HVAC company posted a large article on their website outlining all the negative aspects of a tankless system and how they would never recommend it nor install one. We install both systems and you know what, they both have their positives and negatives....

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    Does a Tankless Water Heater Save Money?

    Tankless Systems Save Tankless systems are very effective at saving you money. This only makes sense as they only provide hot water on demand. They don’t heat water and then hold it, continually maintaining that temperature. You wouldn’t leave your car running all night so that it was warm in the morning would you? Well that’s what your hot water tank does day in and day out. Our tankless water rental tanks have been...

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    End of Government Grants for Tankless
    Apr04

    End of Government Grants for Tankless

    Grants End In a surprise announcement on Thursday April 1 2010, the Federal government suspended the Ecoenergy retrofit program. This program aided homeowners in upgrading their existing HVAC equipment to more energy efficient models, thus reducing greenhouse gases that homes emitted substantially. The program was axed due to its popularity, more than 3 times more Canadians participated than the Government had anticipated. Typical...

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    Solar and a Tankless

    Solar And A Tankless Heater There is starting to become a buzz around solar hot water systems. If you have a good, knowledgeable contractor a solar water system can work quite well with a tankless hot water heater. Here are a few of the advantages that you can expect when combining the two systems. 1. The preheated water coming from the solar water heating system will increase the flow of hot water out of a tankless unit. The reason...

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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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