How do I properly ventilate my Takagi
A major element to a quality installation of a Takagi
tankless water heater is the ventilation of the heater.
Due to the pressurized exhaust a Takagi tankless heater
produces, IAPMO (International Association of Plumbers
and Mechanical Officials) requires the use of a category
III venting pipe.
How do I install my Takagi Heater?
In order for your warranty on a Takagi tankless water
heater to be valid, the heater must be installed by a
licensed contractor/plumber. This is to ensure all basic
standards such as water line size, gas line size, and
proper ventilation are present for the heater to operate
at its optimal potential.
How much does a Takagi Heater cost?
Takagi tankless water heaters vary greatly in price. For
the most accurate prices of a Takagi tankless water
heater, we recommended contacting a contractor/plumber in
your area. Often time's different contractors/plumbers
have price breaks on the cost of the heaters and
Where can I purchase a Takagi Heater?
Takagi tankless water heaters can be purchased from any
licensed contractor/plumber. If you already have a
contractor/plumber in mind we can refer them to the
closest wholesaler in your area. Otherwise one of our
regional sales representatives can assist you in finding
a contractor/plumber who specializes in Takagi water
How do Takagi tankless water heaters work?
Takagi Water Heaters run on either Natural Gas or Liquid
Propane. The internal computer, fan and igniter also
require electricity from a standard electricity outlet.
When you open a water faucet, the computer senses the
water flow and measures the water temperature, it then
turns on a power fan, an igniter and then the gas. The
computer then adjusts the heat level to your desired
temperature. The computer also checks the outgoing water
temperature to ensure accuracy. When the water flow
stops, the water heater turns itself off.
Can it be used for methods other then heating
Yes, Takagi tankless water heaters can be used for all
kinds of applications from radiant floor heating to
hydronic air heating, there is a Takagi heater to fit any
is the warranty on a Takagi Heater?
The Heat Exchanger, which is the main component of the
heater, is covered for parts for 7 years. The remainder
of the heater is covered for parts for 2 years. (This
does not include labor)
is the lifetime of a Takagi Tankless Water
It really depends on your usage, quality of the
installation, and the quality of your water. With optimal
water quality and a quality installation a Takagi
tankless water heater should have no problem lasting 20
years and beyond.