When it came to technical advice on the tankless hot water, Dan, from Ecotech’s, technical knowledge and advice was far and away the best of the 7 or 8 companies we had over to consult and quote on the job.
I yanked my old fashion hot water tank and mid-efficiency furnace about 18 months ago. I waited a while to write a review just to be sure things were running smooth, I would hate to recommend someone if I wasn’t very confident in my recommendation.
Anyway, after I did some initial research on tankless hot water and high efficiency furnace I had 7 or 8 different firms in to quote on my job. I had a tight space and everyone said it would be a bit tricky to make sure all the venting was up to code and I wanted to make sure the job was done right. Dan, from Ecotech, was by FAR and AWAY the most knowledgeable on tankless hot water systems.
In addition, all the other furnace people that I had over wanted to install a new furnace that was too big for my house. Dan was the only furnace guy that assured me that the 100,000 BTU high-efficiency furnace that everyone else was more than happy to sell me was just too big for my house. If your furnace is too big it looses efficiency, not to mention a big furnace cost more to buy in the first place. Anyway I was pretty doubtful since Dan was the only one that was insisting on this, but after reviewing numerous websites, doing some calculations, and speaking to a few government organizations that had no profit motif in the advice that they were providing me I found that Dan was indeed correct. Last winter we had some good and cold days but you would have never know it at my house.
Dan at Ecotech is the best of breed.