Own an older water heater and are unsure whether you’re ready for a new model? A modern, high-efficiency water heater has many benefits including:
High-efficiency water heaters have a higher power rating, meaning they use less power to heat your water, saving you thousands in utility costs long-term. You’ll notice a difference from the very first gas bill you receive after installation.
Modern tankless water heaters deliver hot water on-demand regardless of weather or climate. Running at consistently lower levels of power to heat your water quicker and only when needed, you save up to 60% in expected energy savings.
High-efficiency water heaters are usually much quieter than standard water heaters and are designed to reduce the operational noise. They use much less power to provide the same results.
Call us to schedule your assessment with one of our home care consultants
A home care consultant will perform an assessment and recommend next best steps.
The home care constultant will conduct a second inspection and answer any final questions prior to next steps.
Our install, customer care and quality-control team will create your complete step-by-step installation project plan.
With your water heater upgrade, consider installing a HEPA air filtration system, ultraviolet (UV) light system or ventilator to make the air inside your home safer and cleaner.
Dust and debris add-up in your vents reduce optimal function of your water heater and restricts air flow. Keep your ducts clean to boost energy efficiency and keep your system running optimally.
A healthy running water heater is dependant how well it is maintained. It is recommended to have your water heater checked at least twice a year for optimal performance.
The following factors are the reason our company’s water heater installation services are the best:
There are several signs that may indicate you need a new water heater for your home, including: your water heater is more than 10-15 years old, it frequently breaks down or needs repairs, it is inefficient and causing high energy bills, and it is unable to provide enough hot water for your household needs. If you notice any of these issues with your water heater, it may be time to consider replacing it.
It’s important to choose a water heater that is the correct size for your home in order to ensure optimal performance and efficiency. A unit that is too small will struggle to provide enough hot water for your household needs, while a unit that is too large will use more energy and may not heat the water efficiently. We can help you determine the right size water heater for your needs.
The cost of water heater installation in a home can vary depending on the size and type of water heater you choose, as well as the complexity of the installation process. In general, you can expect to pay several hundred to several thousand dollars for a new water heater and installation. We ensure every one of our customers are getting a fair and competitive price.
The length of time it takes to install a new water heater in a home will depend on the size and type of water heater you choose, as well as the complexity of the installation process. Simple installations may only take a few hours, while more complex installations may take several days. Our professional contractors give you a timeline for the installation and keep you involved in every step of the process.
Water heater installation in a home is a complex process that requires specialized knowledge and tools. It is generally recommended to hire a professional HVAC technician to install a new water heater in your home. Attempting to install a water heater yourself can be dangerous and may cause further damage to the system.
In some cases, it may be possible to install a new water heater in an existing system. However, this will depend on the age and condition of the existing system, as well as the compatibility of the new water heater. A professional contractor can assess your system and determine the best course of action. In some cases, it may be more cost-effective to replace the entire system rather than just the water heater.