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Ask about the Rinnai Sensei RU-199N Water Heater!
What’s most important to you when it comes to hot water? Is it a bountiful supply of hot water at (virtually) any cost? Or is it energy efficiency and lower bills? It’s a tough call to make. Hot water is a critical amenity these days, and most of us would find it difficult to go without temperature-controlled water for more than a day or so, except maybe in summer. That’s why it’s important to consult with a professional for any decision you make concerning your water heater. We offer a variety of systems and services, including high-efficiency tankless water heaters.
Let us find a tankless system that matches your needs exactly. While these systems differ in many ways from conventional tank water heaters, their installation does not mean that you will be without hot water at the cost of efficiency. We can find an exact match for your home’s particular needs. What’s more, our trained and experienced technicians are capable of handling all of your follow-up service needs, from repair to routine maintenance. All you have to do is let us know what you need.
If you’re considering a tankless water heater for your Salt Lake City or Layton household, or your existing one needs service, then get in touch with Rentmeister Total Home Service today.
A conventional tank water heater works by sending cold water to the bottom of the tank where it is heated by a gas–fired exchanger or an electric coil. Anywhere from 30 to 80 gallons of hot water is kept at a stable temperature, ready for use in the shower, or at the dishwasher or washing machine. A tankless system works a bit differently, however. Instead of a large tank that holds such hot water, it utilizes a high–efficiency copper heat exchanger that heats your water supply on–demand.
If you are looking for an extremely efficient water heater, you must consider the Rinnai Sensei RU-199N. This is an ENERGY STAR® Qualified water heater that boasts an Energy Factor of 0.96 and Uniform Energy Factor of 0.93. Contact us to learn more about replacing your current water heater with a super high-efficiency tankless water heater. 15,000 BTU (Minimum) / 199,000 BTU/h 58.3 kWh (Maximum)
One of the downsides of conventional storage tank water heaters is that what’s known as "standby energy loss." This refers to the capacity of thermal energy to move outside the tank, despite its lining and any insulation. Over time, this can amount to a significant amount of money. A tankless water heater, on the other hand, does not have to deal with this problem. Instead, it heats water on–demand, so that you use only the hot water that you will use. We can make sure that your tankless water heater installation provide you with a powerful and efficient setup.
In addition to installing tankless systems, we also repair and maintain them. If you notice that your tankless water heater makes a strange noise during operation, turns on and off too frequently, or simply fails to provide you with sufficient hot water at all times, then reach out to our team today. We will evaluate your system to get you back on track in no time. Moreover, our technicians are also capable of maintaining your tankless system, a service that typically includes annual cleaning, inspection and a tune–up. It’s the best way to keep your system efficient and effective in the long–term. Call Rentmeister Total Home Service to learn more about our tankless water heater services in Layton.