Takagi Tankless Water Heaters
For more than 60 years, the Takagi brand has been providing innovative and technologically advanced water heating solutions for both commercial and residential applications. Their products are simply unmatched in terms of diversity and quality. Regardless of where hot water is needed, Takagi is guaranteed to have a solution. The company’s singular goal is to provide hot water solutions that will provide value for years after they have been installed.
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Established in 1952, the brand’s core values are customer service, quality, and safety. The label has garnered a worldwide following for its innovative designs. In the world of tankless water heater, Takagi has been the originator of many “firsts”, including:
- Takagi was the first company focusing solely on the design and production of tankless hot water heaters to enter the market in North America.
- Takagi is the first manufacturer of tankless water heaters to create a tankless heater that offers an astonishing thermal efficiency rating of 95%.
- Takagi was the first design firm in the world to introduce a “direct vent convertible” tankless water heater, which enables the user to convert the model into a direct vent model.
- Takagi was the first business of its kind to bring the air-fuel ratio rod, a one of a kind safety feature, to the mass market.
In addition to innovation, Takagi has a passion for creating eco-friendly products, which is what led the company to begin focusing solely on the creation of tankless water heaters. Because they want these environmentally friendly products to be available to the masses, they actively strive to keep their prices affordable (compared to other brands in the industry). In doing so, they aim to help alleviate the problem of global warming.
In recent years, the Takagi brand has experienced exponential growth. Currently, they have offices in Tennessee, California, and New Jersey, as well as an international office located in Canada. Their products can be purchased through plumbing wholesalers and contractors across North America.