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Tankless Water Heaters are a great way to heat the water in your home without wasting energy. Several of the heaters below qualify for the 2009 Tankless Water Heater Tax Credit.
Tankless Water Heaters are an energy efficient way to heat the water in your home for plumbing systems. With a tankless water heater, there is no storage tank of hot water, so water is only heated when it is called for. When you turn on a tap for hot water, the system will recognize the demand and heat the amount of water that you have asked for at the moment that you have asked for it. Tankless water heaters save space, save energy, and save money.
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Before considering which tankless water heater to purchase, it is important to verify the type of fuel source you will be using. Tankless water heaters come in electric, natural gas, and liquid propane versions. Select the fuel source for the water heater that corresponds to the fuel source that you have. Natural gas is commonly written as NG, while propane is written as LP.
Tankless heaters are sized based on the gallons per minute (GPM) they are able to produce. Each tankless heater has a GPM rating associated with it. The best way to size a heater is to determine the maximum flow rate that you'll have at any time. You can assume that each shower requires 2.5 GPM. You may also need to consider any appliances that use a lot of water such as certain types of dishwashers or washing machines. The chart on this help section labeled Tankless Heater Selection will give you a better idea of which heater you need.
Tankless heaters use less energy than traditional tank style heaters. Traditional tank type heaters sit with 40 or 50 gallons of hot water in them all day, this is known as stand-by loss. They are wasting energy keeping this water hot until someone needs it. Tankless water heaters produce hot water only when it is needed. By using less energy tankless heaters will save you a significant amount of money in the long run.
Many of the tankless water heaters qualify for the 2009 energy efficiency tax rebate. The rebate pays back 30% of the cost of the item plus installation costs with a maximum rebate of $1500. The heaters need to have and EF rating of .82 or higher, or a thermal efficiency of .90 or higher. Most of the units we carry qualify for this tax rebate.
1. Warmer climates: 70° incoming groundwater on average
2. Cooler climates: 40° incoming groundwater on average
Since there is no tank to fill, there is no end to your supply of hot water. Depending on the model, Takagi Tankless water heaters deliver between 200 gallons and 500 gallons of hot water every hour on demand. Tankless systems guarantee that an endless supply of water is available to residences, commercial spaces or anywhere a constant source of hot water is needed. The Takagi Tankless Water Heater is made using the best quality material for durability and long life, unlike storage tanks which are designed to eventually rust and be thrown away. These Takagi Heaters are ideal for potable plumbing systems and radiant heat systems. Takagi Tankless water heaters must be accompanied by a relief valve and venting equipment.
Eemax offers a full line of electric tankless water heaters. These Eemax electric tankless water heaters include the single point models, flow controlled models, HomeAdvantage models and thermostatic models of electric tankless water heaters.
Stiebel Eltron electric tankless water heaters include Tempra electric tankless water heaters, mini tankless water heaters, DHC tankless water heaters, DHC-E tankless water heaters, and SHC mini tank water heaters.
Noritz has been an innovator in the water heating industry for over 60 years. Having introduced the first modern, electronically controlled tankless hot water heater in 1981 they remain the leader in energy savings and superior hot water delivery today.
This category contains various Takagi venting and miscellanous parts.
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