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Get Tanked on Tankless

Rinnai Turns Up the Heat with Digital Resource Center

Get Tanked on Tankless




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Since insights into tankless water heating should flow as continuously as its hot water and savings, Rinnai has enhanced its website with a blog, Think Tankless, for consumers and building developers to stay informed on the latest energy-efficient benefits and endless hot water features, along with related news and insights into efficient luxury  living.

Convenient luxury, in fact, has never been so affordable, as Think Tankless reveals through truly hot features on tankless functionality, study reports, efficient living insights, product discussions, the latest company news, and more.

While tankless water heaters have been embraced by millions for their continuous water supply and ability to lower utility bills up to 40%, there’s been a void of centrally accessible information into its performance and benefits — until now.

Whether detailing the latest research on tankless functionality versus electric water heaters, highlighting how high heating oil costs are driving more home owners to convert to gas, or presenting helpful tips to reduce CO2 emissions from household energy consumption, Think Tankless intelligently invites homeowners, builders, and commercial developers to join the tankless revolution.

“We are very excited to share our passion about tankless water heaters and efficient living with our readers,” said Kelly Matheny, Rinnai eMarketing Manager. “Tankless water heaters are a relatively newer technology that many consumers do not even realize is an option for heating their water. By providing original and relevant content, we have a great opportunity to educate consumers on this technology, as well as the energy-saving and lifestyle-improving benefits of tankless water heaters.”



Desira says on February 02, 2012 at 10:12 am

We bought 2 tankless water heaters of a different brand,paid to have them installed and it became a nightmare trying to not only get the hot water but also to maintain it for any length of time. We went back to our water tank:(  Im so afraid to try the RINNAI & end up in same disapointment. HELP!!

Greg says on February 06, 2012 at 10:15 am

I need information of the required WC Feet of Natural Gas required by the Rinnai residential water heater.  I understand that some homes, especially older homes may not have the required natural gas flow to install a Rinnai tankless.