Tankless Hot Water Heaters

Efficient, convenient option only heats water as it's needed

Nothing’s worse on a chilly morning than an unexpectedly cold shower, and there’s no greener, smarter way to prevent such a rude awakening than with a tankless hot water heater. A great solution for delivering cost-effective hot water to your home, a tankless hot water heater is energy efficient because it only heats water as it’s needed, and is also controllable because the water temperature can be changed instantly.

With a traditional water heater, the 40-gallon capacity is being heated all day long (as your energy dollars are being burned away), and when the contents are used up on showers and household appliances, you have to wait for the next round of water to be heated. With a tankless hot water heater, however, water is heated on demand.

Tankless Hot Water HeatersBecause tankless units are small compared to traditional water heaters, they can be installed practically anywhere, and it’s easy to use multiple tankless hot water heaters to divide your domestic hot water supply into two zones. One can be fed from the basement or first floor, where it’s a short distance to the kitchen and powder room, and another can be fed from the attic or a second-floor closet, where it’s just steps away from the bathrooms. As a result, you can have both cost-effective and convenient sources of hot water by installing tankless hot water heaters.

Want another good reason for going tankless? A tax credit. Along with saving money on your monthly energy bill, you'll receive a tax credit equivalent to 30 percent (up to $1,500) of the cost of a qualifying tankless unit placed in service by December 31, 2010. It's a heartwarming and wallet-warming bonus to the comfort and convenience you’ll receive from this smart heating alternative.

All Rheem tankless hot water heaters qualify for the tax credit, and offer assurance that you're getting a product backed up by more than 100 years of trusted quality and a reliable reputation. Visit Rheem for more information on tankless hot water heaters.

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I have a Bosh natural gas tankless water heater and I would like to find out how to plumb in the valves so I can use vingar to flush out the heater.

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I am trying to find a drawing on how to plumb in the valves so I can flush the water useing vingar. Can you help me out

Thank you

Andy Brungardt

aj.brungardt@yahoo.com