Sizing Your Tankless

    “I have two bathrooms, 3 bedrooms and a 1800 square foot home, what size tankless do I need?” We get asked this question so often it’s time we take an in-depth look at what you need to know to effectively size your tankless water heater.  Firstly, we have relatively cold winters in Toronto and areas, thus we automatically need a larger tankless system.  We don’t recommend any tankless that produces less than 150,000 BTU’s and most...

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    Energy Audit Program Coming To An End… Again
    Jan10

    Energy Audit Program Coming To An End… Again

    The ecoEnergy program that gives homeowners access to thousands in grant money to upgrade and improve the efficiency of their homes is coming to an end. This program is quite convoluted due to both the Provincial and Federal Governments flip flopping on both funding and support for the ecoEnergy retrofit. I guess when something is as successful as the ecoEnergy program it makes sense that our Government would work to dismantle it....

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    Ontario Grants, Rebates a Tankless and Energy Audit
    Nov02

    Ontario Grants, Rebates a Tankless and Energy Audit

    Ontario Grants For Water Heating Gas — hot water heater up to $375 Solar — hot water system $1,250 Ontario water heater rebates — Get Government of Canada ecoENERGY grants and rebates of up to $1,250 for a new hot water heater. Click here Hot water heater grants for your home Take advantage of Government of Canada grants for replacement hot water heater systems: Canada ecoENERGY — Homeowners can get up to $1,250 in grants from the...

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    Instant or Tankless Water Heaters?

    Things to Know. Most of us have grown up with a standard tank type water heater.  As such we are used to the way our hot water system works.  Switching to a tankless water heater will have an affect on the way your hot water system works. With a tank type heater, when you turn on a hot water faucet, the hot water, typically 140 degrees, immediately begins flowing through the pipe to get to your faucet.  As the water travels through...

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    Sizing a Tankless Hot Water Heater

    Sizing a Tankless Water Heater The largest difference between a tankless and a conventional tank type system is that, while a tank can supply a large amount of hot water for a short period, a tankless water heater provides a smaller amount limitlessly. Thus with a tank type water heater you can run all your taps and showers and have all the hot water you want…. Well until the tank runs dry, and that shouldn’t take long. With the...

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