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After heating and cooling, water heating is typically the largest energy user in the home because it is necessary for so many domestic activities. The capacity of a water heater is an important consideration. The water heater tank should provide enough hot water at the busiest time of the day. Models vary from 40 gallons to 100 gallons and is dependent on the size of your home and usuage. We offer a wide variety of electric and gas water heaters and will help you determine the best fit for your home.

Tankless Water Heaters

A tankless water heater is a water heating appliance that does not store heated water in a tank for future use. Also known as an on demand water heater, the tankless water heater heats your water to order, when you turn on the tap. The tankless water heater provides a compact and energy efficient solution for a continuous supply of hot water that will not run out – even with the longest showers! Choose from gas or propane installations that can be customized to fit your needs.


Frequently Asked Questions

What does the Energy Factor (EF) on my water heater mean?

Where is the "anode rod" and what does it do?

Why doesn't my old water heater make as much hot water as it used to?

If my water heater was in a flood, do I need to replace it?

Can I use my water heater with a solar heating system?

Is a drain pan necessary?

What type of maintenance should I do on my water heater?