Have you ever had the hot shower goodness turn cold on you? If you have a large family you’ll appreciate the chance to get endless hot water – and you’ll spend less every month to do it.

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Advantages of Tankless Water Heaters

You’ll get these great benefits:

  1. Never run out of hot water.
  2. You’ll save money on your monthly energy bills. Tankless water heaters only heat water when you turn on the tap – they don’t waste energy heating water while you’re asleep or at work. Recirculating models are even more efficient.
  3. Save on installation. Many high efficiency tankless water heater installations qualify for great rebates.
  4. Space saving. You can reclaim some valuable square footage in your utility room when you upgrade to a tankless model.
  5. Longer lifespan. Tankless models tend to last almost twice as long as a tank.
  6. No risk of flooding. Tankless models have safety mechanisms that prevent flooding if something goes wrong. Conventional tanks are famous for ruptured tanks.
  7. Eco friendly. Fewer greenhouse gasses are emitted with a tankless model.

Our Tankless Water Heaters

Did you know it pays to own?

You’ll actually spend less money over time if you buy your water heater.

  • Renting: 15 year cost is approximately $6,300 (180 months x $34.99 per month = $6,298).
  • Purchase: cost starts at around $3,098.
  • What about repairs? We provide a warranty and you can also get extended coverage with one of our maintenance plans.

You save $3,200!

Large: Navien NPE-240A Recirculating Tankless Water Heater

This state of the art water heater is one of the most efficient and reliable system available anywhere.

  • Navien Tankless Water Heater5.1 GPM (gallons per minute) and 19,900 – 199,900 BTU.
  • 97% efficient – Energy Star compliant.
  • Warranty:15 year heat exchanger, 5 year parts, 1 year labour.

You’ll get the great advantages mentioned above, PLUS:

  • Ultra condensing efficiency: hot water is recirculated until needed, making this one of the most energy efficient models on the market.
  • Intelligent preheating learns your water usage patterns to give you more hot water when you need it.
  • User friendly front panel display shows self-diagnostics, temperature, water flow rate, and can be converted from °C to °F
  • Shortest possible wait from when you turn on the tap to when the hot water starts flowing. Reduces water waste in comparison to other heaters.
  • Two stainless steel heat exchangers last longer than copper ones, and naturally resist corrosion and mineral deposits.
  • Low NOx emissions (≤ 20ppm) – a better burner mixes air and gas consistently for better combustion efficiency.
  • Navien’s “Comfort Flow” technology eliminates the “cold water sandwich” that can happen with some models.
  • Runs on existing ½” gas pipe and can work with up to 24’ pipe runs.
  • Ships to use natural gas, but can be easily converted to propane if needed.
  • Compatible with PVC venting pipes – 2″ or 3″ vent diameters.
  • Cascading capable – set up multiple heaters for extra demand situations.
  • Lowest possible water pressure drop.

Please note that while our natural gas tankless water heaters require an electrical connection for some functions, actual electricy use is negligible and won’t cause your rates to increase.

Cost for this model is around $4,489 +HST.

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Medium: Navien NPE-210S Recirculating Tankless Water Heater

Get all the advantages of our large model, with a more compact size and power for homes experiencing less demand.

  • 4.6 GPM and 19,900-180,000 BTU.
  • 97% efficient – Energy Star compliant.
  • Warranty:15 year heat exchanger, 5 year parts, 1 year labour.

Cost for this model is around $3,959 + HST.

Small: Navien NPE-180S Recirculating Tankless Water Heater

Our smallest model. Also gets the advantages of the large.

  • 3.8 GPM and 15,000-150,000 BTU.
  • 97% efficient – Energy Star compliant.
  • Warranty:15 year heat exchanger, 5 year parts, 1 year labour.

Cost for this model is around $3,655 + HST.

Are Tankless Water Heaters Right For You?

A tankless water heater will make sense for you if:

  • You plan to stay in your home for many years. Over time, the monthly energy savings will add up and pay for the cost of tankless heater.
  • You have a large family, and are constantly running out of hot water.
  • Your family is away during the weekdays. If everyone is at work or school all day, you’ll save money because the unit isn’t heating any water.

Here are some facts that you should take into account:

  • Tankless water heaters are more expensive to install if your home is already set up for a standard water tank. The natural gas line and venting will likely need to be moved and may require an upgrade.
  • You need to keep up with your maintenance to get the full efficiency benefit from a tankless model. Most people ignore the maintenance requirements on regular water tanks, but with a tankless you need to make sure any calcium buildup in the lines is removed yearly (especially if you have hard water).
  • For very large homes with lots of simultaneous water draws, you may want to install more than one tankless water heater to ensure all locations get enough water. If your family tends to shower and do laundry at separate times, one will be plenty.

If you have questions about tankless water heaters and finding the right solution for you, talk with your Air Quality Dunrite representative.