Bosch tankless water heater sales and installations in Scarborough, Markham & the Toronto area

Frustrated over how quickly and frequently you run out of hot water? For a more energy-efficient, compact solution, homes across the GTA are making the switch to a tankless water heater. Here’s what you need to know about the benefits of upgrading to a new high efficiency tankless water heater, and how the Infiniti Air team can make the purchase and installation process as seamless as possible!

Tankless Water Heaters vs. Storage Tank Heaters

When it boils down to it, traditional water heaters don’t always measure up when it comes to energy efficiency and savings on your water heating bills. These bulky 40+ gallon tanks are filled with water and demand a constant flow of energy to keep the water consistently heated, so that we have hot water ready to go at all times. And what’s worse, if the tank is emptied from a family member’s long bath or shower, it can take a while for the temperature of the fresh water in the tank to rise once again.

Further, traditional storage tank heaters are often prone to issues such as leaks and sediment build-up, so they require diligent maintenance over their 8-12 year life span.

Tankless water heaters on the other hand, are the energy-saving, compact, cost-conscious water heating solution of the future! Delivering hot water when you need it, for as long as you need it, without the risk of leaking, tankless water heaters are designed to serve your home for over 20 years. Make the switch, and watch the savings roll in: tankless water heater-owners can save over 50% on their fuel costs compared to the cost of running a tank-type water heater.

  • Exceptional Efficiency
  • Considerable Savings on Water Heating Bills
  • Compact, Stylish Design
  • Unparalleled Reliability Over a Long-Life Span

Ready to experience the peace of mind of never having to worry about running out of hot water?

At Infinity Air Conditioning & Heating, we are pleased to carry a great selection of Bosch tankless water heaters with models to fit any home budget. 24hr emergency service is always available.

Contact Markham Scarborough & Toronto’s Tankless Water Heater Experts at Infiniti Air to learn more about purchase, installation, and maintenance services.

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FAQ's - Tankless Water Heaters

A: Tankless water heaters, use high BTUs to rapidly heat water as it runs through a heat exchanger and deliver it directly to your faucets or shower without storing it in a tank.  Gas tankless water heaters could be up to 22 percent more energy efficient on average than regular gas-fired storage-tank models. This also depends on life style and different geographical locations

Purchasing a tankless water heater will cost you a bit more than a traditional storage tank water heater, but, with UEF ratings up to 0.96 are far more efficient than tank units. Also known as on-demand water heaters only use gas when there is demand for hot water, since there is not tank, no energy is wasted on storing hot water. Saving money over time makes up for higher initial cost of tankless water heaters.

According to, “For homes that use 41 gallons or less of hot water daily, demand (or tankless) water heaters can be 24% to 34% more energy efficient than conventional storage tank water heaters.”

Tankless water heaters are also efficient in taking up space, they are small and may even be installed in small closets.

There will never be a shortage of hot water and you do not have to take quick showers to save water for other tasks.

Drawbacks of Tankless Water Heaters:

  • Higher purchase cost than storage tank water heaters.
  • Tankless water heater installation can be more timely and costly due to higher BTUs and plumbing modifications.
  • Tankless water heaters are more advanced and can be more expensive to repair.

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