Water Heating

Water heaters are often the second largest energy user in your home. If you are considering replacing your water heater, call us to find out your options. We can explain how the new water heating standards from the Department of Energy may impact you and explain your options between the following options:

  • Condensing and non-condensing tankless units
  • Condensing storage tank systems
  • Cogeneration units that combine space heating and water heating

Tankless Water Heaters

We offer high-quality, energy-efficient wall-hung water heaters, including tankless water heaters offering substantial energy savings.

These water heaters heat water directly without using a storage tank. Turning on the hot water faucet or tap sends cold water through a pipe into the unit, the water is then heated by a natural gas burner, propane burner or an electric element, providing a constant supply of hot water on-demand.

There are many reasons why tankless water heaters are an ideal solution for homeowners:

  • Endless hot water – never take another cold shower again!
  • Reduced energy costs – enjoy up to 40% energy savings.
  • Save space – units are about the size of a carry-on suitcase.
  • Peace of mind – no tank to leak or break, reducing flooding risk.
  • Versatile controls – set water temperatures precisely in multiple locations to ensure comfort and prevent scalding.

Storage Tank Water Heaters

A conventional storage water heater offers a ready reservoir, usuallly 40 to 80 gallons, of hot water. It operates by releasing hot water from the top of the tank when you turn on the hot water tap. To replace that hot water, cold water enters the bottom of the tank through the dip tube where it is heated, ensuring that the tank is always full.

Our water heater sales and installation are all backed by our unparalleled commitment to customer service. For more information on water heaters and services, contact us today!