We offer Maintenance plans for your
Water Heater in case something goes
wrong or needs to be replaced.

Ask us about the benefits of regular
water heater inspections and tune-ups!

No matter what type of water heater you own, it should provide enough hot water for your home’s peak usage without inflating your utility bill. Most household water heaters are conventional tank heaters (also called storage water heaters). These appliances heat incoming water from your home’s plumbing system and store it in a large, insulated tank for future use. Storage water heaters use gas or electric energy at a relatively slow rate, and new models are especially efficient.

When it’s time to replace your traditional electric or gas water heater, consider the advantages of a tankless water heater.
A tankless model costs more upfront, but homeowners may receive a federal tax rebate for the upgrade. Tankless water heaters also provide these benefits:

  • Longer lifespan than conventional water heaters

  • Compact, space-saving installation

  • Up to 20% lower energy use

  • Environmentally friendly design

  • No risk of flooding due to tank rupture

  • Option of intuitive remote-control operation

If a tankless water heater is cost-prohibitive or your home demands large volumes of hot water, a large storage water heater may be the better option.