Don't find yourself in hot water—or without it! We know our way around a water heater and which one is right for you.
Repair & Maintenance
In the last 10 years we have found a large increase of "no hot water" complaints. This is not because of a bad thermocouple, but plugged combustion air. The newer design of flame arrestor air intakes at the base of water heaters can collect with lint and dust, starving the flame of oxygen. Call us today and have your water heater serviced along with all your other gas appliances before it causes you grief like a cold shower in the morning.
Replacement & Installation
The last thing you want is for your water heater to leak! If it does, give us a call and under normal circumstances, if called in before noon of a regular work day, we will have it replaced with a new one. Better yet, don't wait until it leaks. Call us today for a price on new replacement Water Heater from Bradford White
Gas or Electric
In general, gas water heaters have higher initial costs compared to electric water heaters but on average tend to cost less to operate. Gas water heater or electric water heater both have an average life expectancy of approximately 10 years.
Holding Tank or Tankless
What's the difference? Traditional tank-style water heaters are unfussy and have reliably served generations of homeowners. A storage tank unit heats and reheats a volume of water stored within an insulated tank. A tankless water heater comes with the convenience of a limitless supply of hot water and a smaller footprint. With no need to store water, there is minimal heat loss and associated cost with reheating water throughout the day.