Today, the most common residential water heaters are the familiar storage water heater tanks. Newer on-demand, tankless water heaters and instant, single area, point-of-use water heater dispensers are becoming more popular. We can help you choose the right water heater to fit your daily household needs and stay within budget. The best time for water heater maintenance is in the fall or spring, when you call for a heating and air conditioning tune up.

Check out our handy Preventative Home Membership Plan – it’s free to join! Our professional inspection service can provide peace of mind along with even more homeowner benefits.

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The type of water heater choices for your home can generally be made on two important factors: affordability and energy efficiency. Here’s why: the purchase price of higher efficiency heaters is more costly than basic models. You’ll need to carefully analyze the heater’s out-of-pocket cost vs. the savings on your heating bill.

Several factors can help in deciding water heater options. Here in the upper Midwest, energy costs come into play. Natural gas typically costs much less to operate than electric for most home appliances that provide heat. Another factor is your household usage. How much hot water is needed and how often? Compare these and other energy factors to help arrive at the best water heater options for your home at.

Warning: If your gas water heater pilot light is under water due to flooding, do not attempt to re-light the unit. Call your professional plumber. We service and install all major water heater brands.

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Traditional water heaters will continue to work efficiently for 10-15 years. Consider a tankless water heater that can last 20 years and save on monthly water bills.

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