A tankless water heater could be the answer if you’re looking for a solution to always running out of hot water. The licensed professionals at ECM have the training, expertise, and “know-how” to help guide you through the features, benefits, and options of owning a commercial tankless water heater system.
Tankless hot water heaters provide many advantages to normal or conventional hot water heaters. Using a tankless water heater, you may qualify for a sizable rebate from your current gas and electric provider. Just some of the tankless water heaters include:
Never Running Out Of Hot Water
Tankless hot water systems produce hot water instantly and on-demand.
Cost-Effective And Money Saving
Tankless systems are easy on your budget and your pocketbook. Unlike regular or conventional hot water heaters, tankless systems are designed to produce hot water when you want it. In contrast, conventional hot water heaters constantly produce a reserve or “stand by” surplus of hot water just in case you need it.
Tankless Water Heater Installation
ECM’s plumbing professionals are experts at installing energy-saving, on-demand water heaters whether you need a gas tankless water heater or an electric tankless water heater.
Durability And Reliability
Statistics show tankless water heating systems are more resilient and less likely to be adversely affected by leaks and rust issues than conventional hot water heating systems.
Same Day Service
ECM offers fast, same-day repairs, 24/7 Emergency Services, a large selection of top-quality brand-name tankless water heater systems with quality warranties, a satisfaction guarantee of our services, competitive pricing, and an upgraded “customer experience.”
Rinnai Continuum provides never-ending hot water to households 24 hours a day at the rate of up to 9.8 gallons per minute. This unique feature allows homeowners the luxury of using multiple hot water sources at once without losing temperature consistency. Because Rinnai Continuum is not limited by capacity, as are typical 50 and 75-gallon tanks, today’s 70+ gallon bathtubs can be filled again and again without penalizing the other hot water needs in the home. Homes with a Rinnai Continuum can run a washing machine, dishwasher, and shower simultaneously without worrying about hot water running out at any source.
Rinnai Continuum is up to 50 percent more energy-efficient than a traditional natural gas water heater and up to 70 percent more efficient than an electric water heater. Whereas 40-gallon tanks require 16 sq. ft. of floor space and usually last around 10 years, Rinnai Continuum is a compact wall-mounted unit with a life expectancy of 25 years. Because the Continuum does not require a tank, the risk of tank-type water heater ruptures is eliminated. Rinnai Continuum can operate at exact user-specifiable temperatures via the digital and easy-to-use control pad placed in multiple home locations. This is extremely important in households with small children and elderly individuals to help prevent scalding accidents.
Rinnai Continuum also offers flexibility in its wall-mounted locations. Should the user prefer to mount the unit indoors, it safely uses no indoor make-up air and vents directly into the atmosphere. However, a unique advantage of Rinnai Continuum is its ability to be mounted on the exterior of a house, completely removing a combustible device from home and freeing up valuable floor space. Additionally, the unit can be mounted in a recessed box, flush-mounted, and painted or textured to match the external facade.
Unlike antiquated water tanks that constantly store and reheat water, the Rinnai shuts off automatically when the water source tap is closed, providing its users with significant energy cost savings. The Rinnai can be set to operate at exact user-specifiable temperatures via the digital and easy-to-use control pad placed in multiple home locations. This is extremely important in households with small children and elderly individuals to help prevent scalding accidents. The Rinnai provides never-ending hot water to households 24 hours a day at up to 9.8 gallons per minute.