You won't have to waste gallons of water waiting for it to get hot in the Greenhaven home. Hot water is circulated through insulated hot water lines with a low energy pump on a timer. This ensures instant hot water on demand. The water is kept hot through a solar thermal hot water heating system combined with tankless hot water heaters as back-ups.
Rinnai Corporation is the largest gas appliance manufacturer in the world and the technology leader in the industry. Headquartered in Nagoya , Japan , Rinnai has 86 sales offices, 15 production facilities and 20 international subsidiaries and affiliates throughout the world.
Rinnai's US operation, established in 1975, markets and distributes an extensive product line including our award-winning, continuous-flow tankless water heater, ductless direct-vent heaters and advanced technology fireplaces.
Rinnai distributes products through an extensive network of North America's most recognized appliance distributors and has trained and registered more than 20,000 independent technicians across the nation to provide quality Rinnai installations for years of trouble-free operation.
Go Green with Rinnai's LS Series tankless water heaters. With its significant energy savings, 30 to 50 percent over traditional tank-style units, installation flexibility and low emissions, Rinnai tankless water heaters can supply hot water when you need it, for as long as you need it, while contributing to a greener environment.
These compact, wall-mount units can be located closer to fixtures and appliances requiring hot water, saving on water consumption because less "waiting" time is needed before hot water is available.
Where a tank-style water heater has a life span of approximately 10 years, the Rinnai tankless water heater has a life expectancy of 20 years. Because of their compact size and longer life, landfill waste is significantly reduced.
Rinnai units are environmentally-friendly, contributing to cleaner air and healthier homes by being SCAQMD approved and by producing very low NOx and up to 30 percent less CO2 emissions than tank-style water heaters.