Wireless Tankless Access
    May12

    Wireless Tankless Access

    Wirelessly change the temperature of your homes tankless water heater from your smartphone. This is a great feature now appearing on most tankless and combi-boilers offered by major manufactures. Sure you might think that’s something you’ll never use, but I promise you, you will, once you have it. once you get used to pinpoint accuracy on your homes hot water output you will be shocked how much you rely on it. For example,...

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    Cold Incoming Water and Tankless Installer

    Are you thinking of moving to a tankless systems but concerned that here in Canada our incoming water temperatures are too cold in the winter?   That is a common question we hear, but it’s not really a factor with the right tankless, and here is why.   A good tankless installer will only install the unit that fits a homeowner’s hot water needs and demands.  The winter is the when our incoming water in Toronto and the greater...

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    Ground Water Temperature and Tankless Flow Rates In Ontario
    Jun02

    Ground Water Temperature and Tankless Flow Rates In Ontario

    It is important to understand the relationship of ground water temperature and the flow rates of tankless water heaters.  In Southern US States a tankless can produce substantially more hot water as the incoming water can be as warm as 75 degrees. The tankless system doesn’t have to work very hard to get the water up to 120 degrees (45 degree rise).  Here in Ontario it’s a different story, our winter water temperatures dip into the...

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    Solar Hot Water and a Tankless

    To really reduce your hot water heating charges you could look at adding an active solar water heater in conjunction with a tankless water heater.  The rays from the sun would pre-heat the incoming water and then the tankless would simply finish the job.  It’s difficult to get a solar water heater to produce water hot enough for today’s household demands, but with the technology in a tankless system it’s a perfect fit.  Tankless water...

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    Periodic Maintenance of a Tankless

    There areonly a few things that need to be maintained on a tankless water heater. If these steps are preformed regularly you can expect your unit to last much longer (20 plus years) than a conventional tank type water heater. First there is a inline screen filter that is installed to insure that incoming water is clean and free of debris before running through the heat exchanger. This little filter should be checked every so often,...

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