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Water Heater Installation

Natural Gas Heating System

water-heating-1Consider High-Efficiency Gas Storage if you:

  • Currently have a gas storage water heater that needs to be replaced.
  • Don’t want to make a major change and are satisfied with the style of water heater you have now.
  • If you are willing to pay a little more upfront to reduce water heating bills by about 7%.
  • Want routine installation and maintenance.

Consider Whole-Home Gas Tankless if you:

  • Want to replace your existing gas water heater before it fails. Are building a new home or conducting a major remodeling project.
  • Often run out of hot water.
  • Have limited space and need a water heater that doesn’t take up much room.
  • Want a water heater with a longer lifetime.
  • Are willing to pay more upfront to reduce water heating bills by about 30%.
  • Have a large enough natural gas line in your home (typically at least 3/4″) plus space to install the necessary venting.
  • Are willing to take on additional maintenance tasks or schedule a regular maintenance check every few years.

Consider Gas Condensing if you:

  • Want to replace your existing gas water heater before it fails, but don’t need to do it right now.
  • Are building a new home or conducting a major remodeling project.
  • Often run out of hot water.
  • If you are willing to pay more upfront to reduce water heating bills by about 30%.
  • Have space to accommodate a condensate drain and special venting.

Electric Heating System

Consider Electric Heating if you:

  • Want to replace your existing electric water heater before it fails, but don’t need to do it right now.
  • Are building a new home or conducting a major remodeling project.
  • If you are willing to pay more upfront to reduce water heating bills by about 50%.
  • Have space to accommodate a condensate drain.