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In most cases we can replace your water heater the same day. Water heater replacement experts at a great price.
We offer installation, maintenance, repair & replacement services of tankless water heaters. Tankless Water Heaters are great because of their ability to heat the water as it passes thru the unit. The water enters cold and about 10 seconds later comes out hot. This means you don't ever run out of hot water. It does this by routing the water thru a large heat exchanger. This device sits on top of a burner that's about 4x as powerful as that of a standard water heater. Although it uses more gas at the time of use it actually uses much less gas over the long run. This saves you money on the cost of operation over the life of the water heater. Tankless Water Heaters have a life expectancy of 20 to 30 years while a standard units life is usually 6 to 10 years. We offer installation, maintenance, repair & replacement services of standard tank water heaters.
Hybrid Water Heaters. We offer installation, maintenance, repair & replacement services of hybrid water heaters. Hybrid water heaters have a tank like a standard water heater but use the heating technology of a tankless along with a heat pump to heat the water very efficiently.
These water heaters are tankless and are great for providing hot water to 1 or 2 sinks. They are electric, very efficient and space saving.
Experts in commercial water heating needs.
An expansion tank is used to help absorb extra water pressure when the heated water expands. It can also help boost your water pressure.
A hot water recirculation pump saves you a lot of water every month which reduces you bill. This device works by pumping the "cooled off" water that is sitting in your hot water pipes back to your water heater to be heated again. When you use hot water at any faucet the water flows from your water heater to the faucet your're using. Once you turn off that faucet, then the water in that pipe begins to cool off as it has already left the water heater. That's why when you first turn on your faucet for hot water you usually have to wait a while for the water to warm up. What's is really happening is the faucet is purging all the "cooled off" water from the hot water pipe by letting it run down the drain. That's a lot of water of $$$ that you could be saving. This device will pay for itself with the savings after a few years.