Best Propane Tankless Water Heaters Reviews

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I’m sure you must have already heard about the many perks of the tankless water heaters which explains why you’re here in the first place. However, even when we make that transition, we are still left with a few choices and we have to determine which is better yet.

It’s not the easiest thing to choose from electric, propane or natural gas tankless water heaters because each has its benefits.Nevertheless, the choice is still there and you have to make it. So what do you pick exactly? Well; that depends on where you live exactly. Propane is pricey in some countries because it correlates with oil prices.

So, if you’re living in a country where oil is not that expensive then a propane tankless water heater should be your best choice. Some argue that it is more demanding to get propane than it is to get natural gas because gas runs through pipes right to your home while you have to go get propane. However, I believe that it’s only a matter of habit because we regularly go to the gas station and we can get propane easily as well.

Electric tankless water heaters on the other hand are forfeiters by default from this competition because they’re simply a whole different story. Electric on demand water heaters are a lot more demanding initially in terms of $$$ and labor and they might cost you more than you’d want them to on your electric bill (depending on the brand).

Now that we established that foreground, let us look at some of you best choices when it comes to propane tankless water heaters. (In no particular order).

Propane Tankless Water Heaters Reviews

Rinnai RL94iP Review

Rinnai RL94iP propane tankless water heater reviewFirst on the list is the RINNAI RL94iP which is a very powerful unit and when I say very powerful I mean it’s also suitable for  commercial applications. With a flow rate of 9.4 gallons per minute at 35 degrees rise, this propane on demand water heater is a beast. The unit can easily cater for a huge home of 4 bathrooms or even a small apartment building.

One more substantial feature of this edition is that it comes in two models: indoor (RINNAI RL94iP) – outdoor (Rinnai RL94eP), which accentuates on user preference that I personally appreciate in any product.

Don’t be fooled however, this tankless propane water heater is not only strong but it’s also technologically fortified. For instance, the unit will come equipped with a digital controller with error code indicator which allows you to detect exactly what’s wrong with the heater and prevent malfunction.

Eventually, nothing says we trust our product like a healthy warranty and this RINNAI is no exception. This unit comes with a 12 years warranty on heat exchange, 5 years on parts, and one year for residential installations given that you hired a licensed professional to install the unit for you.

Takagi T-K4-IN-LP Review

Takagi T-K4-IN-LP propane tankless water heater reviewSecond comes the TAKAGI T-K4-OS-LP which is a solid unit that can take care of a house as big as your biggest dreams. Seriously, this propane on demand water heater is able to easily cater for a house of 3 bathrooms and the additional home requirements. This is simply one of the strongest tankless water heaters with a flow rate of up to 8.0 gallons per minute at 35 degrees rise which should be enough to run a bath house.

Just like the RINNAI model we listed above, the TAKAGI T-K4-OS supports two models: indoor (Takagi T-K4-IN-LP) – outdoor (Takagi T-K4-OS-LP). I personally prefer outdoor models simply because I don’t have to worry about making room for it somewhere in my house and consequently fewer concerns about safety. Let’s be honest, heaters of all kinds can be dangerous if not handled with care, so I might as well just place it outside.

When it comes to performance, this unit is top notch and yet it still has a lot more to offer. The simplistic design covers up the technology beneath that cover of which I can name the exhaust and water temperature safety control which prevents water temperature fluctuations, which Is also known as Cold Water Sandwich Effect.

Rheem RTGH-95DVLP Review

Rheem RTGH-95DVLP Propane tankless water heater reviewAnother remarkable propane tankless water heater is the RHEEM RTGH-95DVLP (indoor unit). Now, it is no secret that RHEEM is a glorified name in the industry and that is for a very good reason. Quality is essential for this company but so is power. This unit has an astonishing flow rate of 9.5 gallons per minute at 35 degrees rise which is a mouthful. This unit is so powerful and is suitable for both commercial and residential applications.

This RHEEM is also equipped with intelligent electronic controls designed to increase energy efficiency and safety measurements. What that means is that you can always keep an eye on what’s happening inside the machine easily and adjust its commands to suit your needs best. To say the least, this machine is simply fascinating.

Bosch 830 ES LP Therm Review

Bosch 830 ES LP Therm Propane on demand Water Heater ReviewNext is the Bosch 830 ES LP (indoor unit) which also happens to be a familiar name in the industry which carries a mention worthy reputation. Now, I’m not saying that we shouldn’t trust unfamiliar names but truth is, it is much easier to trust a manufacturer with a reputation because they’ll do their best to maintain it.

This Bosch has an admirable flow rate of 8.3 gallons per minute which makes it a strong contender but also capable of seeking the requirements of a house of 3 bathrooms at least. What that means is that this unit will keep that hot water flowing non-stop and you won’t have to worry about heat dropping or rising surprisingly because you can fixate that on command.

This propane tankless water heater also encloses a fair share of technological advances which account for an electronic ignition system and a sharp temperature control device. On the level of warranty, this machine will come with 3 to 15 years warranty depending on application. So, make sure you hire a licensed professional to install the unit for you.

Eccotemp 45HI-LP Review

Eccotemp 45HI-LP propane tankless water water heater reviewNumber five on this list is the ECCOTEMP 45HI-LP which is a powerful indoor unit with a promising brand name. ECCOTEMP is also big on heaters as it has recently dropped various models in the market and has been collecting nothing but positive reviews. However, I’m assuming that’s not convincing enough to make this purchase. In that case, let’s look at how it performs.

For a very a reasonable price, this unit promises a flow rate of 6.8 gallons per minute at 35 degrees rise which is huge. The price difference between this unit and the previous ones is simply unavoidable. This heater is able to take care of a home of 2 bathrooms like a charm and the built-in anti freezing system makes it very suitable for cold weather environment which is not a common feature amongst heaters in this category. And if that’s not enough, the manufacturer offers a 5 years warranty on parts and 10 years on heat exchanger. This ECCOTEMP is easily a golden opportunity for a middle class family, so don’t miss it.

Marey Power Gas 10L Review

Marey Power Gas 10L propane on demand water heater reviewLast item on the list of propane tankless water heaters will be the MAREY 10L which is also an indoors unit. However, unlike the previous units, this heater is considerably less powerful. With a flow rate of 3.1 gallons per minute, the MAREY is admittedly weaker. Nevertheless, it is specifically designed for a small family with one bathroom and at that, it will do just fine.

Considering this though, this unit will consume less propane which is great for starter. But seriously, this MAREY is still very capable and yet better, it is a quality product. This heater comes equipped with a digital temperature display which means you don’t have to play the “can you guess what temperature it is” game anymore, the body is primarily designed to save up space and allow a smooth installation process, it doesn’t require technology and only uses gas when hot water is running. The MAREY 10L might not be the most powerful but it is still a viable choice if it fits your requirements.