Hot water is such a part of your life that you don’t even notice it’s there and likely don’t think about where it comes from. But when it’s gone, you’ll know right away and act fast to get it back up and running. Water heaters are built to last, but over time they do wear out and they’re a big expense—so you want to choose wisely. We can help you navigate the selection process and find a water heater that takes your usage habits and family size into consideration.
There are three main types of water heaters to choose from, each with their own benefits and downfalls. No matter which style you go with, it should last for 10-15 years.
Tank heaters are a tried and true water heating technology. They’re low maintenance, less expensive to install and offer 10-15 years of reliable service when installed and maintained properly.
Tankless water heaters offer a more energy efficient option. You also have the added advantage of never running out of hot water.
Under ideal conditions, hybrid water heaters are extremely energy efficient. They use heat pump technology that converts air heat into energy to warm up your water.