Tankless Water Heaters
Power Vent Water Heaters
Power Direct Vent Water Heaters
Conventional Vent Water Heaters
Electric Water Heaters
Please select the tank type and size that’s best for your home and budget.
Prices may vary due to the quality of your water.
• Hold up to 60 gallons of hot water in a large storage tank
• Water in the tank is heated constantly so that it is ready and waiting for your use
• Are subject to constant energy loss known as “standby loss” as heat escapes which means a portion of what you pay for energy does not go to usable hot water
• Available in range of storage sizes to meet your household needs
• Water heater unit that heats water ‘on demand’ as you require it
• Compact and space saving frees up valuable floor space
• Provides an endless supply of hot water
• Can help save on energy costs by only heating water when needed
An electric tank-type water heater uses electricity to heat water in the tank and does not require venting. It can hold between 40 and 60 gallons of water that remain heated at all times. Based on local energy costs an electric water heater may cost more to operate than a gas water heater.
Common and economical choice and often the default that many older homes were built with. Combustion gasses are exhausted through a vertical vent or chimney.
Uses a blower or fan to exhaust gases by pushing them through vent pipes wich can be either out the side of your home, or through the roof. Can be located in more convenient areas in your home as it does not require a vertical vent or chimney.
The size and type of water heater required is based on your estimated household water demand.
Here are some factors to help guide you:
|Household Size||Regular Usage||High Demand||Need to free up space||Concerned about energy costs|
|up to 3 people||40G||50G||Tankless||Tankless|
|4 to 6 people||50G||60G|
|over 6 people||60G||High Output or Tankless|
* Plus applicable taxes
*** Equipment installed may not be as shown