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Hot Water Solutions

For the average Canadian household, water-heating appliances account for up to 20% of total utility costs, and are usually the second-highest consumers of energy. Noll ClimateCare has a range of high-quality tankless water heaters, heat pump water heaters, and hybrid water heaters.

Speak with one of our experts who can:

  • Recommend the best ways to reduce your water heating costs;
  • Help you select the water heating solution that best suits your needs; and,
  • Talk with you about service and maintenance of your current equipment
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Tankless Water Heaters

Traditional water heaters heat or re-heat a tank full of water on a 24-hour cycle – even when you’re away from home or asleep! These heaters consume excess energy and can increase your utility bills.

Tankless water heaters are a modern, energy-efficient solution to this problem. They heat water as it is needed. And unlike traditional systems, tankless heaters provide an endless supply. No more cold showers!

Hybrid Hot Water Heaters

Hybrid hot water heaters integrate on-demand, endless-supply tankless technology with traditional tank technology in the same unit. Hybrid hot water heater technology means hot water will always be available for showers (with no hot water spikes!), even during peak usage periods. And there will always be a reserve for multiple hot water-utilizing appliances in use at the same time.

Hybrid hot water heaters may be of most value in homes where lots of hot water is used, perhaps because of numerous water-utilizing appliances, a large family, or several bathrooms.

Traditional Water Heaters

Traditional hot water heaters are still a popular option when tankless or hybrid water heater installation is impractical – traditional, power vent and direct vent water heaters are great alternatives. Why waste money on a rental when you can own your hot water tank for less than a typical rental fee?

Hot Water Solutions Brands available at Noll ClimateCare:

Rinnai
Navien

Safety and Maintenance

If your water heater leaks, be sure to repair or replace it right away. Leaks get worse over time and can cause serious damage.

If you’re dealing with a leak right now, follow these steps:

  1. If a leak starts, find the water supply valve and gas valve on your water heater. You will need to shut both valves off to limit water damage and stop gas flow to the burner.
    • The water supply valve is on the cold water pipe near the top of your tank (in some cases it may be several feet away. You may also have to shut off the water supply to the whole house.   The shut-off valve is usually in the same place as your water meter.
    • The water valve handle resembles a tap or a faucet. You may need to turn it several times to shut off the cold water supply to the tank.
    • The gas valve is usually on the gas pip (black or copper) that extends vertically to the bottom of the water heater. Use a small wrench to give this valve a quarter turn.
  2. If you have a power vent water heater with a fan at the top, be sure to unplug the fan’s power cord.

Basic Safety Precautions

All water heaters require some basic safety precautions. Be sure to read the manufacturer’s instructions for operating and maintenance procedures.   To reduce the risk of scalding and save energy, adjust your water heater temperature to 54˚C (130˚F).