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14 Dec 18
Alex Wallace Photography

Shooting log-fires on the beach for Rinnai. ( but there are no logs and we are not at the beach )

11 Dec 18
Groove Jones

Top Virtual Reality & Augmented Reality Developers List for 2018 Groove Jones Recognized as the Top Virtual reality & Augmented Reality Developers List. Clutch.com has released their 2018 AR and VR list and Groove Jones was selected to top the list out of 1218 Firms. The list originally appeared on Clutch.co https://clutch.co/developers/virtual-reality Clutch ranks these service providers […]

08 Dec 18
Plumber - Find One For Undetected Water Damage

What you need to be performing is drawing much more people today in, so you need to feel about why people today are coming to your area and How to unclog a toilet – How to plunge a toilet to appeal to them. You can break that down into quite compact market place segments – […]

08 Dec 18
Plumber - Find One For Undetected Water Damage

Plumbers are very hard to define. But still we can wrap in words as “Work which can be very well associated with water provision and pipe work, installation of gas & drainage.” It is a technical definition but in simple words it may be defined as “A person who cleans the society by putting his […]

06 Dec 18
Groove Jones

Covestro is Using VR to Transport its Customers into the Year 2030 and Experience the Future of Ridesharing and Autonomous Vehicles The automotive market is going through rapid and fundamental changes with autonomous driving, ride and car sharing and vehicle electrification. Covestro is a leading producer of advanced polymers and high-performance plastics in North America and […]

06 Dec 18
Real Estate Virtual Tours | Photography, 2D & 3D Floor Plans, Drone Aerials & YouTube Video

Spotlight Tour-Week #49

06 Dec 18
Atlas Plumbing

Atlas Plumbing Company is the authorized dealer of branded products and does a repair, and replacement plumbing and heating products. With the requirement of a number of accessories of plumbing and heating products Atlas provides it all. The innovative products such as Instant Hot Water systems and Tankless Water Heaters are also offered by the […]

06 Dec 18
Mike's blog - engineering fan

There are many types and models of heaters, and finding best water heater is not so easy. The most common mistake is choosing inappropriate power device The best tankless water heater should also be safe, easy, and comfortable for you to use on a daily basis. We offer to you our guide for finding appropriate […]

05 Dec 18
Kerrimuir United Cricket Club

Welcome to the latest update on Muirs on field progress. Each round we highlight a few teams from across the age spectrum of the club. The Under 9 White team put in a great performance on Sunday against Blackburn at Springfield Park. Ewan took 2 wickets in his 3 overs as all the bowlers did […]

03 Dec 18

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01 Dec 18
Gandalf

Rinnai RU199IN Sensei 11 GPM 199000 BTU 120 Volt Residential Natural Gas Tankles – Buy – Rinnai RU199IN Sensei 11 GPM 199000 BTU 120 Volt Residential Natural Gas Tankles

01 Dec 18

Cosmos Sound

rinnai-rai: Umbreon Print

30 Nov 18
Home Improvement Services and Tips

New Tip: Tankless hot water heater replacement Shared By Furnace Repair Financing Beaverton Experts… I'm looking to replace my Rinnai tankless hot water heater, model R75 LSi with a Rinnai RL 75iN (see link below) https://www.amazon.ca/Rinnai-RL75iN-Natural-Tankless-7-5-Gallons/dp/B0058DPG1C Would this be an instant swap out? submitted by /u/medicalquestionnaire [link] [comments] Looking for Furnace Repair […]

30 Nov 18
Home Improvement

RINNAI CHS199100IN 199,000 BTU Condensing Hybrid Tankless Water Heater NG – Buy – RINNAI CHS199100IN 199,000 BTU Condensing Hybrid Tankless Water Heater NG

30 Nov 18
East Bay Times
It’s not hard to find a middle-aged “early adopter” of technology who installed Alexa or Nest technology in his home years ago but who gets skittish at the concept of tankless water heaters. “No way!” said one Bay Area reader of this column during a conversation about new home construction; he later asked that his name not be used. “I don’t want to have to wait forever for the water to heat when I need to shower before work at 5:30 a.m. on a cold winter morning!” The same person also expressed concern about the long-term durability of a tankless, or on-demand, water heater. Fortunately, he doesn’t have to worry about buying a warmer bathrobe or slippers to keep warm as hot water flows to the showerhead, nor is durability an issue. Like this reader, many consumers are uninformed or misinformed. For several good reasons, nearly every new homebuilder in California is currently including tankless or on-demand hot water heaters in their construction. From a buyer’s standpoint, the least important of those reasons may be that by installing these devices during construction, a builder gets several points closer to reaching the state’s mandated net-zero energy use by 2020. Instead, the greatest benefits to new-home buyers are energy savings, long-term cost savings on appliances and improved comfort. “Most builders have been doing this for the past five or six years,” said Megan Gore, director of sales and marketing for Northern California-based Anthem United Homes. “On-demand hot water heaters use 30 to 40 percent less energy than traditional water heaters.” On-demand hot water doesn’t mean that you get hot water instantly, Gore confirmed. “But it takes no longer for water to reach the shower than it does for water from a traditional water heater. And in some cases, water pressure is better with tankless.” Some builders, especially those that build very large houses, will even include additional tankless water heaters to increase speed and comfort of on-demand hot water. Rinnai tankless hot water heaters, said Gore, have become the “Kleenex” of on-demand hot water heaters, but many makers are now offering the technology. “I haven’t heard of any complaints on any of the on-demand hot water systems we’ve used.” Like Anthem United, The New Home Company’s Green Life package also incorporates Rinnai tankless water heaters at its new construction in Northern California. But what about those concerns of abandoning the traditional hot water heater, which you know already works? Myth 1, Debunked: “How can a tankless water heater actually provided more hot water in less time?” According to Rinnai U.S., water heaters are the second-largest energy user in any residential property, causing energy bills to soar. But tankless hot water heaters only operate when the need for hot water is detected. Some consumers worry, however, that the time it takes for water to heat at the source would be no different than waiting for water from a preheated 50-gallon hot water tank. In fact, the opposite is true. “With a tankless water heater, not only can you save money, but you also eliminate the possibility of taking a cold shower due to someone else using all the hot water,” Rinnai explains to customers. Myth 2, Debunked: “How can tankless water heaters actually save (or prevent wasting) water?” Because the distance from water heater to user is typically the same for a traditional hot water heater and a tankless hot water heater, the water consumption is also virtually the same. Both systems provide hot water from the same distance. “And in some cases, water is saved,” added Gore. “Certain jurisdictions require the builder to install recirculating pumps.” Those recirculation pumps keep unused hot water in the pipes from cooling down, which not only prevents waste but can ensure even faster hot water delivery. Finally, if energy savings, water savings and convenience aren’t enough to persuade you to buy in to the tankless water heaters in most new construction, consider the space savings and life expectancy of tankless. According to energy.gov, tankless water heaters last 30 to 50 percent longer than traditional water heaters. And several cubic feet of space savings with a tankless hot water system frees up that more room for storage in your house or garage.