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    Saving Water and Money with Tankless Water Heaters

    Last updated 5 years ago

    Did you know that approximately 18% of your monthly utility expenses go towards water heating? Water is one of the world’s most precious resources, and should be conserved as much as possible. If you have a conventional water heater, you could be wasting water, energy, and money every time you turn on the tap. Tankless water heaters are 8% to 34% more efficient than conventional water heaters because they heat water as it is needed instead of heating a large supply of water in a storage tank. Tankless water heaters can last for more than 20 years, so you don’t have to spend money as often to replace your equipment. Check out this infographic from Wholesale Tankless, Inc., a Rinnai tankless water heater supplier, to see how tankless water heaters can help you save money and resources. Please share with your friends and family!

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    Product Profile: RU98i with Isolator Valve

    Last updated 5 years ago

    What do you get when you combine a passion to meet homeowners’ hot water needs with engineering prowess in an environmentally conscious framework? The answer is the Rinnai RU98i tankless water heater with isolator valve, the Japanese-based appliance manufacturer’s latest and most highly coveted water heater.

    An undeniable symbol of progress and ingenuity, the RU98i is the most space-saving and energy-efficient water heater on the market. Capitalizing on Rinnai’s stellar condensing technology, one gas-fueled RU98i is capable of delivering impressive volumes of hot water to a medium- or large-sized home.

    If you would like to learn more about Rinnai’s advanced condensing technology or the other water heaters and water heater accessories the first-rate appliance manufacturer produces, look to Wholesale Tankless, Inc. Call (877) 278-2253 or visit our website to learn more about the state-of-the-art Rinnai tankless heaters, replacement vents, and recirculation pumps we carry.

    Rinnai Tankless Water Heaters Offered By Wholesale Tankless, Inc.

    Last updated 5 years ago

    Since 1920, Rinnai has provided building owners with exceptional gas-powered appliances. Its most recent water heaters are some of the most highly-rated, energy-efficient options available. Wholesale Tankless, Inc., the largest supplier of Rinnai tankless water heating systems in the United States, carries the following models, each available in outdoor and indoor trims.


    Part of Rinnai’s Luxury Series of water heaters, the RL75 is an economic and energy efficient option for medium-sized households. ENERGY STAR qualified, the RL75 has an EPA energy factor of 0.82. Equipped with enhanced scale detection, this tankless water heater rarely suffers from serious operational and mechanical problems.


    A bit more powerful than the RL75, the RL94 is capable of delivering hot water to several plumbing fixtures and appliances at once. It has the same energy rating as the RL75, and also belongs to Rinnai’s Luxury Series. The RL94 is ideal for large homes.


    Belonging to Rinnai’s esteemed Ultra Series, the RL80 received a 0.96 energy factor rating for both natural gas and propane. In addition to enhanced scale protection, this tankless water heater is equipped with a temperature lock function and Rinnai Circ-Logic™ circulation technology that makes water delivery as efficient as possible.


    This high-powered water heater has a maximum energy input of 199,000 British thermal units. Boasting a sleek design in addition to stellar performance specifications, the Rinnai RL98 is probably the most impressive residential tankless water heater a homeowner can buy.

    All of the Rinnai’s water heaters are top-of-the-line. The most important factors in your purchasing decisions should be to choose a tank size that suits your needs at a price that meets your budget. To learn more about our line of Rinnai tankless water heaters so that you can make that decision, call Wholesale Tankless, Inc. at (877) 278-2253.

    Factors to Consider Before Purchasing a New Water Heater

    Last updated 5 years ago

    For most homeowners shopping for a new water heater, the major decision to make is the choice between a tankless water heater and a tank-based water heater. If you want to make a decision that you will feel good about for years to come, consider each type in the context of both the benefits it can provide and the costs associated with operating it.


    It is helpful to know how much you can spend on a water heater before you make a purchasing decision. When budgeting, it is important to take into account the expected costs of operating and maintaining your hot water heater throughout its lifetime. Tank-based water heaters are often cheaper to buy, but their higher energy usage and maintenance requirements mean that they can cost more than tankless heaters in the long-run.


    Traditional water heaters are much larger than tankless models. If you live in an apartment or a small home and space is tight, you may not have room for a tank-based water heater. Tankless water heaters are only a fraction of the size of traditional tank heaters, and they can be mounted on the wall to conserve even more space.

    Power Source

    If you don’t already know what type of fuel your home is equipped to handle, find out by calling your utility company or home builder. Electricity, fuel oil, natural gas, and propane are the most common sources of water heater fuel, so be sure to find a model that is compatible with your home’s power source.

    Energy Efficiency

    Some water heaters are rather inefficient, resulting in the unnecessary consumption of energy and water. Consumers who pride themselves on their environmental stewardship will want to keep this in mind when shopping for a new water heater, especially when one considers that tankless water heaters are some of the most energy-efficient models available.

    If you are looking to get the best value for your money, the Rinnai tankless heater is for you. To learn more about our status as the largest retail distributor of Rinnai tankless water heaters or enquire about any of the Rinnai tankless accessories we carry, call Wholesale Tankless, Inc. at (877) 278-2253. You can also contact us online with any questions you have.

    Downsides of Having an Electric Water Heater

    Last updated 5 years ago

    Having electricity in your home is a hallmark of modern living. Even so, there are a number of household appliances that run more efficiently on other types of power. To discover why a tankless water heater falls under this category, watch this brief video clip.

    In this video, a homeowner discusses his experience with an electric tankless water heater. In short, he discovered that electricity is not the most cost-efficient or reliable fuel source for somebody seeking on-demand hot water. After having a second electric water heater fail on him in just five years, the homeowner decided to ditch electricity as a means of heating his home’s water altogether.

    The homeowner featured in this video clip has done his research, and he recommends purchasing water heaters that are powered by either natural gas or propane. If you would like to learn more about the most efficient gas-powered tankless water heaters on the market, call Wholesale Tankless, Inc. at (877) 278-2253. We are proud to be the country’s largest retailer of Rinnai tankless water heaters and accessories.

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