Water Heaters

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Which Water Heater is Right for You?

No matter what your needs or budget, we can help you find a water heater to suit your lifestyle. Below are the different types of water heaters to choose from.

Electric or Gas Water Heaters – Conventional storage water heaters are the most common. These tanks store heated water and come in various sizes. If you already have a water heater, the least (upfront) expensive option is to replace your old unit with one of comparable size.

Tankless (On Demand) Water Heaters – These units heat water based on how often and how much hot water you need. Read more…

Heat Pump Water Heaters – This system redirects heat from one source to another, when and where you need it.

Solar and Hybrid Water Heaters – Uses the sun’s energy to heat your water. May also be combined with a conventional heating method (hybrid) to supply hot water when solar is not adequate.

What is your available fuel source?

Do you have oil, natural gas, propane or electric already provided? Would a solar or geothermal option be suitable? How much do you want to spend initially (alternative energy has a higher upfront cost, but savings will add up the longer you have it).

What size water heater do you need?

We help you calculate size based on how many bathrooms, hot water appliances and people in your home. If you currently run out of hot water before everyone showers in the morning, we would advise you to get a larger tank, or an On Demand water heater.

What can you afford?

You know your budget and what you spend each month on utilities. You have the option of having a higher up-front cost to save money each month, or replace your existing unit with a similar one for a lower upfront cost. Depending on the age of your old water heater, you may see some savings just by the fact that your new unit is built to a higher energy saving standard and will be running at peak efficiency after a professional installation.

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