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Tankless Water Heaters from Reliance®

tankless water heater has many advantages over a conventional water heater. Not only does it provide on-demand water whenever you need it, it can also reduce your energy bills, help the environment, and help to conserve space in your home. Read about on demand hot waterhow a tankless water heater works, the pros and cons of tankless water heaters and tankless water heater FAQs at our water heater learning resources.

Is a Tankless Water Heater Right For You?

Our tankless water heater rentals are available with low monthly payments, plus you can take advantage of the many benefits going “tankless” offers, including:

  • An endless flow of hot water when you need it
  • Energy efficiency, to reduce your utility costs
  • Compact size, which saves space
  • Environmentally friendly

Find out if a tankless water heater is right for you. Just complete the form on the page to book your free assessment or contact us for answers to any questions you may have.

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If you’re running a busy household, the last  thing you want is to run out of hot water.
This is actually a common problem, and you  may have been thinking about replacing or
upgrading your existing equipment  to a more energy-efficient model.
There are a lot of options out there, and  it can all be a little confusing. Ultimately
you want the best possible solution for your  family, and that’s where Reliance can help.
When you begin to look for a new water  heating solution, there are a few
things that you’ll need to consider to help  ensure that it will meet all of your needs.
If your home is heated by electricity,
there’s a good chance your water  heater will need to be electric too.
Electric tanks are also a good option when  it may be too complicated, or impossible,
to run natural gas or propane lines into your  home, or to install the necessary venting.
Natural gas water heaters will  cost more than electric models
at the outset, but they usually offer savings in  the long run. Depending on local energy prices,
natural gas can be one of the most  economical ways to heat your home’s water.
Propane gas water heaters may also be your  only alternative for a gas heater if you
live in a rural area without natural gas lines. Understanding just how much hot water your family
normally uses is an important step in determining  the size and type of heater you may require.
You’ll need to consider the number  of people in your household,
the type and number of water-consuming appliances  in your home, as well as your family’s lifestyle.
A water heater that is too small will not be  able to keep up with the demand, which could
decrease your unit’s life expectancy and leave  you without hot water when you most need it.
Traditional storage tank water  heaters are still the most common type
and have been around for generations.  They’re affordable and easy to use,
as they simply heat the water and store  it in an insulated tank until it’s needed.
A typical household tank would hold 40 to 60  gallons. The efficiency of these units can vary
depending on the model and the fuel source – so be  sure to ask about Energy Star® certified models.
Tankless systems, on the other hand, heat  water on-demand using a heat exchanger,
which is fueled by either natural gas or  propane. The heat is activated automatically,
as soon as you turn on a hot water tap or  if one of your appliances requires it – and
because tankless systems are smaller, more  efficient, there are some clear advantages.
They are durable, long-lasting appliances  that conveniently allow for replacement parts.
Your family will enjoy an endless stream  of hot water, whenever they need it.
They’re a great space-saving option.
They can also help to reduce  utility costs since the system
isn’t using energy to maintain  the temperature of stored water.
And because they are more energy-efficient,  they’re a better choice for the environment.
A new water heater is an important investment  for your family’s comfort – and while buying
can make sense for some homeowners,  many Canadians prefer the peace-of-mind
and flexibility that comes with renting  their water heater from Reliance.
You’ll get ongoing 24/7 live support
No charge for repairs
Service as soon as same-day,  including weekends and holidays
And all for one affordable, monthly payment.
To book your FREE in-home  consultation today, Call on Reliance™.

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