Tracy Burleson Give the Gift of Comfort—and More—with a Natural-Gas Fueled Tankless Water Heater

Guest Blogger: Mike Peacock on behalf of Rinnai America Corporation*

Is ultimate comfort important to your prospective homeowner clients? Are they interested in saving money on monthly utility bills? Is space an issue? If you answered yes to any—or all—of these questions, Rinnai America Corporation may have the solution: The natural-gas fueled Rinnai Tankless Water Heater.

Never worry about running out of hot water again.
Rinnai Tankless Water Heaters offer homeowners an endless supply of hot water for limitless comfort. Hot water can be used for multiple tasks—such as showering, washing dishes or doing laundry—at the same time without worrying about running out.

More room for shoes, toys or tools. The size of a small suitcase, a Rinnai Tankless Water Heater requires a fraction of the space of its traditional tank-style counterpart. Easily mounted on virtually any wall, inside or out, this space-saving appliance offers design flexibility.

Peace of mind. Built on Rinnai’s long-standing tradition of excellent products, the Tankless Water Heater is engineered for reliability, including a longer life expectancy—up to two times that of a traditional tank-style storage unit. Plus, it’s covered by a 12-year limited heat-exchanger warranty.

Go Green. Engineered with Rinnai’s leading-edge technology, its Tankless Water Heaters are ENERGY STAR®-qualified and have an Energy Factor (EF) rating from .82 to .96, depending on the model.

Save more on energy costs. Unlike traditional tank-style water heaters, Rinnai Tankless Water Heaters only heat water as needed, offering homeowners increased monthly energy savings—in some cases up to 40 percent.**

Home builders will have the opportunity to see the Rinnai Tankless Water Heater, along with other leading-edge natural gas and propane appliances, at the National Association of Home Builders’ International Builders’ Show in Las Vegas, NV. The American Gas Association (AGA) will be part of the American Natural Gas and Propane Industries exhibit (C2614) on January 22 through 24. In the meantime, visit Rinnai America Corporation’s website to learn more about this exciting innovation.

*Statements of fact or opinion in this blog post are the responsibility of Rinnai America Corporation alone and do not imply an opinion or endorsement on the part of the American Gas Association.

**As based on the average cost to run an electric tank water heater per the DOE Average Energy Costs (

Tracy Burleson

About Tracy Burleson

As Communications Director for the American Gas Association, Tracy serves as editor and publisher of American Gas magazine. In addition, she works to increase the visibility of natural gas in the residential market with a focus on opportunities to expand the use of natural gas in new construction. Her other responsibilities include projects to expand AGA’s work in the international energy community. Previously, Tracy served as director of residential programs at the Propane Educations & Research Council for nine years where she planned and executed the annual marketing and communications programs and instituted a formal training program for construction professionals. Tracy started her career as a legislative assistant on Capitol Hill after receiving a Bachelor of Arts in History and a Masters of Science in Consumer Sciences from the University of Alabama.
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