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Tankless Water Heaters

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Tankless Water Heater Features

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Trading up to a tankless gas water heateris the smart choice. Rinnai tankless water heaters are energy efficient and cut CO2 emissions (as compared with tanks). a Rinnai tankless water heater heats water only when you need it, resulting in less wasted energy. You’ll spend less heating your hot water.

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Endless Hot Water

With a Rinnai tankless water heater, you’ll put an end to rationing water and will never have to choose between taking a piping hot shower, doing a load of laundry or running the dishwasher again. When demand is high, a traditional tank heater can run out, leaving you in the cold.

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Save Valuable Space

Your hot water heater doesn’t have to be a behemoth. Traditional tank water heaters take up valuable space in a basement, attic or closet. Space that you could use for something else. Instead, each Rinnai tankless water heater is only the size of a small suitcase.

Reasons to Choose a Tankless Water Heater

  • Tankless water heaters provide hot water only when it’s needed, they can save you up to 40% on your energy bill. They feature Energy Factors of 0.82 up to 0.96, while tanks are typically 0.60.
  • Tankless hot water heaters do not store a large volume of hot water that can be depleted, but rather heat the water as it’s being used, giving you endless comfort in the form of continuous hot water at a consistent temperature. You can even use hot water for multiple tasks—such as showering, washing dishes or doing laundry—at the same time without worrying about running out.
  • Traditional tank water heaters can take up to 16 square feet of floor space. Tankless water heaters, however, are a fraction of the size and can be installed on virtually any wall.
  • Tankless water heaters have a typical life expectancy of up to 20 years. That compares to 10 to 15 years for a tank water heater.

Tankless Water Heater Facts

  • The ideal size of your tankless water heater will depends on the number and type of plumbing fixtures and appliances you have. We also consider the incoming water temperature. In South-Western Ontario the incoming water temperature in the winter is quite cold. Any type of water heater has to work harder. Finally, it will also depend on how many people are in the household.
  • A typical tankless water heater comes with a temperature controller that you use to adjust the water temperature within a safe range (98°-140° F or 37°-60° C ). The controller also displays diagnostic and maintenance codes to help you monitor system performance.
  • There are two types of simple, periodic maintenance that you or your service technician should consider to keep your tankless water heater running optimally: Checking the in-line screen filter for debris, and flushing the tankless water heater to keep it free of scale and lime.
  • A tankless water heater will typically cost two to two-and-a-half times as much as a conventional tank-style water heater. However, energy savings and lifestyle benefits can make it a better long-term investment over a tank. The longer lifespan of the water heater also saves you money in the long run.

It Doesn’t Matter Who Made Your Water Heater, The Hayter Group will Service It

  • A.O. Smith
  • American
  • American Standard
  • Bosch
  • Bradford White
  • Cascade
  • Eco Smart
  • G.E.
  • Giant
  • Kenmore
  • Lochinvar
  • Navien
  • Reliance
  • Rheem
  • Rinnai
  • State
  • Takagi
  • Whirlpool

Water Heaters - Buy or Rent?

Many homeowners in South-Western Ontario rent their hot water heater from Reliance. In the past, a lot of people rented their water heater from Union Gas (now Enbridge). You had just one bill which included all the gas you used for heating and hot water. The bill also included your hot water tank rental. It was a simple and very popular.

Union Gas (Enbridge) sold its’ hot water tank rental business to Reliance. Homeowners now get a separate bill from Reliance for the rental of their hot water heater.

Buying your water heater and getting out of your rental contract has many advantage. The rental payments will normally pay for your water heater in about seven years. The water heater lasts for ten to fifteen years. So buying a water heater works out to be a pretty good deal.

When you rent a water heater and you have a problem, you can only call Reliance. It’s up to them if they fix it or replace it. If you own your water heater and you have a problem you can call any plumbing contractor you like. If you choose The Hayter Group, we can check your hot water heater the same time we make our service call for your HVAC equipment.

Hayter Group Service Area

Lambton County

  • Alvinston
  • Arkona
  • Brigden
  • Forest
  • Grand Bend
  • Kettle Point
  • Lambton Shores
  • Oil Springs
  • Petrolia
  • Point Edward
  • Sarnia
  • Sarnia Indian Reserve
  • Thedford
  • Walpole Island
  • Watford
  • Wyoming

Kent County

  • Bothwell
  • Chatham
  • Dresden
  • Kent Bridge
  • Thamesville
  • Wallaceburg

Essex County

  • Stoney Point

Elgin County

  • Dutton
  • Iona Station
  • Rodney
  • St. Thomas
  • Shedden
  • Talbotville
  • Wallacetown
  • West Lorne

Middlesex County

  • Arva
  • Chippewa of the Thames First Nation
  • Delaware
  • Glencoe
  • Ilderton
  • Kilworth
  • Komoka
  • Lobo
  • London
  • Melbourne
  • Mount Brydges
  • Muncey
  • Munsee-Delaware Nation
  • Newbury
  • Oneida Nation of the Thames
  • Poplar Hill
  • Strathroy
  • Wardsville