Rinnai Hot Water Heaters
Rinnai Hot Water Heaters Reviews
Rinnai hot water heaters model R98LSi offers more hot water per minute than any other Rinnai hot water heaters available. With 9.8 gallons of hot water output per minute, this model is ideal for large homes or businesses. With the small size, it can be mounted on most any wall inside the home and offers a commercial grade heat exchanger. There is an integrated condensate collector, EZConnect to connect to other units if you choose, as well as meeting the Texas and CA NOx emission requirements. This model of Rinnai hot water heaters will work with gas or propane, but not electric, which seems to be the only downfall of any of the models offered by Rinnai hot water heaters. The up side to these models, is that there is a 12 year heat exchanger warranty as well as a 5 year parts and 1 year labor warranty.
The Rinnai hot water heaters model R63LSe2 offers 6.3 gallons of hot water per minute on demand, so there can be up to 3 types of appliances or actions requiring hot water going at once in the home. This model is supposed to work well in 2 and 3 bathroom homes. There is no venting required, and this model of Rinnai hot water heaters has the same great options listed above, with an energy factor of .82 for gas or propane. The up side to owning this small model of Rinnai hot water heaters is that smaller homes would benefit from its use due to the amount of water produced and the small amount of energy required to work the unit. The down side to this model is that it will not produce enough water to simultaneously work in 2 or 3 bathrooms at once.
All Rinnai hot water heaters are made to work with natural gas or propane, and offer tankless on demand hot water. The up side to owning any of the models offered is that they are cost efficient over the life of the unit which is about 11 years, and tax credits are available for switching to a renewable energy source. The down side to owning Rinnai hot water heaters, is that the cost will vary to purchase the unit and have it installed based on the area you live in due to propane and natural gas prices.