Girard Systems and Girard Products LLC have opened a new facility in Goshen, Ind., to house operations for its tankless water heater with plans to add other product lines next year.
“Our business has dramatically increased and we have outgrown our San Clemente, Calif., facility,” said CEO and President Marcia Girard. “Our goal is to be closer to our customers and provide faster service.”
Girard said the company will conduct R&D, testing and order processing, and shipping for its tankless water heater starting in November.
“We have many new innovative products in development and being in Goshen will allow us to work closely with our OEM customers in their development,” Girard said.
Girard Systems said it has new awnings in development and will begin to expand certain awning and shade products production to Goshen after the first of the year.
The new facility is located at 2515 Lombardy Drive in Goshen.
Girard Products LLC, a leader in RV tankless water heater technology, announced a patent was issued Oct. 2 for the San Clemente, Calif.-based company’s low-cost tankless portable water heater.
According to a press release, the patent covers many of the unique features offered by the Girard GSWH-1 and the new GSWH-1M tankless water heaters. Girard said these features have made the product ideal for new installations at the RV OEM level and for tank-style water heater replacements in the RV aftermarket.
For more information contact Girard at (866) 559-1221 or visit www.greenrvproducts.com. Girard will also be showing product in its booth display at the National RV Trade Show in Louisville, Ky.
San Clemente, Calif.-based Girard Products LLC has gained certification to market its tankless water heater to the Australian and New Zealand RV industries, according to a press release.
In cooperation with its partner Australian RV Accessories, Girard was issued a “Certificate of Conformity” on Aug. 10 from SAI Global, allowing the company to sell its Girard GSWH-1 Tankless Water Heater in the foreign markets.
Debuting in October 2010, Girard’s tankless water heater is compact (12 1/2 inches by 12 1/2 inches by 15 inches), lightweight and uses 60% less LP gas than storage-tank-model water heaters. It is also equipped with a state-of-the-art ignition and, without a storage tank, eliminates the need for an anode and by-pass valve.
For more information visit www.greenrvproducts.com.