Water Heating Systems
Confused About Which Water Heating System Is Right For You?
We can help you decide. For years, water heaters have been the least efficient appliances in your home. But technology has dramatically improved the efficiency and cost of heating water. We can help you sort out which system fits your needs and budget. We work with a wide-range of products and brands, and provide repair or installation services for the following types of water heating systems:
Regular Tank Water Heaters – Operate At 58% Efficiency
Modestly priced, new tank heaters are better insulated, and will be more energy efficient than your old tank heater. Newer improvements include a sealed combustion chamber that greatly improves safety from explosions.
Standard Power Vent Water Heater – Operate At 64% to 67% Efficiency
These are economical to buy and easy to install. These units vent out the sidewall of your home instead of exhausting up the chimney. This is important for homes without chimneys and of course, allows for flexibility in where to locate the water heater.
High Efficiency Tank Water Heaters – Operate At Over 90% Efficiency
Improvements in water heating technology have led to much more efficient tank heaters. These tanks will markedly reduce your monthly energy bill and they produce the hot water faster. While their dimensions are similar to a standard 50-gallon tank, the hot water output is similar to a larger, less efficient conventional 75-gallon model. These tanks provide lots of hot water and can rapidly replace hot water that is used, which means homeowners can expect to get one more hot shower.
Tankless Water Heaters – Operates At 94% to 98% Efficiency
The latest technology in water heaters provides endless hot water along with dramatically lower energy costs. We offer the industry’s most energy efficient tankless water heater. It functions at a very high efficiency and has the lowest annual operating costs, as well as the best payback, compared with conventional tank-type water heaters. Recent innovations have improved performance over earlier tankless models.