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  • Did you know that you can save a lot of money if you switch to a tankless water heaters?

    Tankless Water Heaters, often referred to as Instantaneous or Demand Water Heaters, provide hot water only as it is needed. Traditional storage water heaters produce standby energy losses that cost you money.

    We do not leave our homes heated while vacationing. We only heat our homes when there is a demand for heat. In the same way, a tankless water heater is used only when there is a demand for hot water.

2 Years Warranty on Tankless Water Heater Labor.
15 Years Warranty on all Tankless Water Heater!


  • A tankless water heater is more energy efficient than most of the conventional water heaters on the market.

    Read on to learn more specifics as to how tankless water heaters can work more efficiently for you, as well as learn how they can save you a considerable amount of money. Unlike conventional tank water heaters that have to continually heat up the water stored in its tank, a tankless water heater heats up water as it goes through the unit and only when it is necessary to do so.

    Have you ever had to wait for the water to heat up after someone else in the house has taken a hot shower?

    This is because the water heater must work to heat up more water so it becomes available again – otherwise, the “hot” water will come out cold. You may also encounter this if you take a shower too early after doing laundry and dishes the water will become more cool as the hot water runs out. With a tankless water heater, these inconveniences are a thing of the past.

    How does this work, you may ask?

    Tankless water heaters make the water hot by means of a gas burner and heat exchanger, they are available in LP or natural gas. As the water flows through the unit it is heated in the heat exchanger therefore, no tank is needed at all. With these heaters, hot water is supplied to you at a constant temperature at all times.

    The average tankless water heater will provide, on average, up to five gallons of heated water each minute. Of course, there are different capacities available to you that provide more, but for most people, 5 gallons of hot water a minute is plenty enough.Keep in mind also that you won’t be wasting any electricity or gas keeping a storage tank full of water hot, as the water is heated only as it is needed.


Tankless heaters will save them on average 40% in energy costs.

When you do the math, that can add up to significant monthly savings.

Your choice of fuel, where to locate the unit and how you are going to vent the unit are all factors you should consider when talking to your plumber about switching to a tankless heater – this will also determine the price of the water heater.

Ask a plumbing expert or others for more advice and information to help steer you in the right direction.

What are you waiting for?

Start saving energy and money today by going tankless today!

Understanding Tank vs Tankless

The differences in tank vs tankless water heaters can be summed up in four categories:

1. Convenience

The biggest problems that people have with their hot water is not having enough. You may find that hot water doesn’t last long enough for everyone in your family to get a shower, or that it runs out partway through. These are problems that only exist with a tank water heater. A tankless heater can solve them. That’s because of how the two kinds of heaters work.

Tank heaters pre-heat a limited amount of water in their tank. You can get bigger tanks, but they’re expensive and there’s still a limit. If you use up all the hot water in the tank, you run out until it refills and reheats. This is what makes taking a long shower no fun.

Tankless heaters heat up water as it’s needed—whenever you turn the faucet. They can bring water up to steaming, soothing temperatures in a matter of seconds. They can provide hot water indefinitely.

2. Efficiency

One of the biggest things homeowners want out of a new water heater is energy efficiency. This is where there’s the most dramatic difference between the two heaters:

A tank heater operates continuously. That means it’s running even when you’re asleep, and much of that hot water will never even be used. That’s a lot of wasted energy—that you pay for.

A tankless heater only heats water on demand. It’s a smaller, compact system that flash-heats water when you need it, and turns off as soon as you turn off the faucet. Tankless heaters are designed to save energy.

3. Cost

The cost advantages depend on whether you want a quick fix or a long-term investment:

Tank heaters cost less up front but are expensive to run and wear out sooner.

Tankless heaters cost slightly more up front, but can save you substantially on your monthly bills. Comparing a standard tank heater (50-gallon, electric) with an equivalent tankless (condensed gas-fired unit), the tankless unit can reduce energy costs by 60% or more.

4. Installation & Maintenance

Installation costs on tankless heaters have come down recently, and Noritz offers models that are compatible with the same gas line and ventilation stacks as traditional heaters. Plus, Noritz can help you find a licensed installer wherever you live. That means the two heaters are now much more evenly matched.

But after installation, the difference is clear:

Tank heaters are old technology, and they have flaws. Minerals build up inside the tank as it’s cooked over and over. Most tanks last only 10-12 years before they have to be replaced, and typically come with just a 6-year warranty.

Tankless heaters are modern and more effective. They last up to 20 years with very little maintenance. And Noritz backs most water heaters with a 10-year warranty or longer.

Isn’t it time your home made the switch?

The water heater is probably the appliance least thought about in the home – until it fails. And when water heaters go bad, many do so in grand (ugly) fashion. Nearly three of every four water heaters fail due to a tank bursting or leaking 30 to 80 gallons of rusty water – depending on tank size – in your finished basement, attic or garage. Look for energy-efficient, certified ENERGY STAR water heaters, as new technologies can shave anywhere from 7 to 55 percent off household water-heating costs.

Navien’s NPE-S Series Condensing Tankless Water Heaters offer an endless supply of hot water.

These condensing tankless water heaters provide hot water on demand. It is achieved by activating the unit the second you open a hot water tap, supplying you with an endless supply of hot water.

Ultra Condensing Efficiency

  • Navien’s Condensing Technology provides high efficiency.
  • Energy and money savings over tanked and traditional water heaters.

Two Stainless Steel Heat Exchangers

  • Higher resistance to corrosion and erosion compared to copper heat exchangers provides longer life expectancy.
  • Cuts down on mineral deposits.

Low NOx Emissions (≤ 20ppm)

  • Consistent air/gas mixture is delivered by new metal fiber burner design, improving combustion efficiency.
  • Less green house effect, less acid rain.
  • SCAQMD 1146.2 strict NOx emissions standard compliant.

2” PVC, CPVC, Polyprophylene Venting Up To 60’ Run

  • Flue can be pulled through the existing vent with 2” venting option.
  • Use 3” vents up to 150’ with standard 2” x 3” adapters.

Utilizes Existing 1/2″ Gas Line

  • Better adaptability to low gas pressure applications due to negative pressure gas valve and fan with dual venturi operation.
  • NPE models can be installed ½” gas lines up to 24’.

Field Convertible

  • NPE models easily converted from NG to LP. (Conversion Kit Included)

Less Water Press Drop

  • Water pressure drop minimized by simple modular for water path.
  • Modular design for water path allows for easy maintenance and field service.

Intelligent Preheating Technology

  • Intelligently provides hot water when needed by detecting hot water usage patterns.

Navien’s Ready Link Cascade System

  • Connect multiple units in parallel for larger applications
  • Built in controls for multi-unit system allowing for easy operation.
  • Additional control boards are not required, lowering installation cost.
  • Easily connect units and easy setting of the parent and child for multi-unit system.
  • Cascade as many groups as you want, linking 16 units as one group.
  • Ensure on-demand hot water in any and all situations by cascading, allowing for added redundancy.
  • Compact wall-hung design allows multi-unit system installation even in small areas.
  • Can be used in hospitals, beauty shops, hotels, schools, health centers, restaurants, and more.

Front Panel Command Center

  • Self-diagnostics
  • Display water flow rate and temperature
  • Display cascade operation status
  • Display temperature in °F or °C
  • Easy to use interface
  • Easy to setup




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