Learn About Your Options
Did you know the average lifespan of a water heater is 12 years? If your unit is approaching or has exceeded this time frame, you are likely considering a new water heater system. Learn how we can help you save with our rebates and special offers.
Your water heater is a big investment. We understand that making the right decisions today are crucial to your long-term home comfort.
Here are some of our incentives:
- Free estimate on new installations
To protect you from surprise breakdowns and costly repairs, we provide a comprehensive maintenance package backed up by both parts & labor warranties.
- 2-year labour warranty on new installations
Regular tune-ups and safety checks will ensure your system is running efficiently, saving you money on monthly water bills.
A thorough maintenance plan completed by licensed and certified technicians also secures the longevity of your water heater, providing you peace-of-mind.
WHAT SIZE WATER HEATER DO I NEED?
A properly sized water heater will meet your household’s hot water needs while operating more efficiently. Therefore, before purchasing a water heater, make sure it’s the correct size.
Today’s water heaters usually report their efficiency in terms of the energy factor (EF) and the home’s FHR (first hour rating). The higher the EF, the more efficient the water heater. The first hour rating is a measure of how much hot water the heater will deliver during a busy hour, such as first thing in the morning. Keep these factors in mind when purchasing a new water heater for your home, and if it meets certain criteria, you can even qualify for a federal tax rebate that can help you save big.
HOW WE DETERMINE THE RIGHT SIZE WATER HEATER FOR YOUR HOME NEEDS
If you haven’t yet considered what type of water heater might be best for your home, it’s always best to consult a qualified contractor. To get you started, here are some pros and cons of a tankless versus conventional water heater.
- Provide a steady and uninterrupted supply of hot water
- Large storage capacity
Conventional Water Heaters – Traditional storage tank systems are the most common type of water heaters. Some of the benefits include:
- Ideal for large homes with high hot water demands
- Heats water only when you need it
Tankless Water Heaters – Rather than storing water, tankless systems only heat water when you need it. Although their initial cost can be higher, they’re more efficient than conventional storage tank water heaters. Benefits include:
Always remember the life expectancy of a water heater varies with the location and design of the unit, quality of installation, maintenance schedule and your water quality. Whether you’re looking for a conventional or tankless unit our technicians can help with all of your water heater needs.