High Efficiency Water Heater Installers

As a locally owned family business, our focus is to provide excellent customer service. We provide quick, clean and professional high efficiency (HE) water heater installation and repair services, offering the best water heaters and high quality parts with competitive prices.  These include gas condensing hot water heaters, electric heat pump hot water heaters, and tankless hot water heaters. Our reputation is built one satisfied customer at a time.
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  • Industry’s Best 20 year Warranty
  • Over 96% Energy Efficient
  • Relocations – Indoor or Outdoor
  • Quality Work – All Work Guaranteed
  • Competitive Prices
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High Efficiency (HE) Water Heaters

The most efficient storage tank water heaters available today are the HE Gas Condensing Water Heaters and HE Electric Heat Pump Water Heaters. The most efficient water heater without a storage tank is the tankless water heater. These High Efficiency Water Heaters are designed to last longer than the standard hot water heater. In some cases, the use of an HE tank is required.

High Efficiency Gas Condensing Water Heaters

We recommend a contractor grade HE condensing water heater. This not only will provide you with a better quality tank that lasts longer, but also provide you with peace of mind with a full warranty vs. the prorated warranties you often get at big box stores.

A.O. Smith Vertex Condensing Water Heater

We recommend the A.O Smith Vertex Condensing Water Heater. It is designed to deliver hot water for any high water demand situation. The Vertex can replace most 50, 75 and 100 gallon residential and commercial water heaters. Various installation options are available.
Vertex Condensing Hot Water Heater

Bradford White Direct Vent Condensing Water Heater

We recommend the Bradford White Direct Vent Condensing Water Heater. It is designed to deliver hot water for any high water demand situation. The Vertex can replace most 50, 75 and 100 gallon residential and commercial water heaters. Various installation options are available.

High Efficiency Electric Heat Pump Water Heaters

We recommend a contractor grade HE electric heat pump water heater. This not only will provide you with a better quality tank that lasts longer, but also provide you with peace of mind with a full warranty vs. the prorated warranties you often get at big box stores.

High Efficiency Tankless Water Heaters

We recommend contractor grade tankless water heaters. This not only will provide you with a better quality tank that lasts longer, but also provide you with peace of mind with a full warranty vs. the prorated warranties you often get at big box stores. Because the Tankless Hot Water Heater has no storage tank, it is in a class all its own. View More

Advantages of High Efficiency (HE) Water Heaters

Green Technology

All high efficiency water heater types  (gas condensing water heater, electric heat pump water heater, and tankless water heaters) are energy efficient and thus considered green technology. They reduce the carbon footprint cutting needless CO2 emissions by as much as 25%. All three types may qualify for the federal tax credit or the LEED credit (Consult with your cpa regarding any tax incentives). As energy costs go up, so do your savings. This combined with the lifespan makes the high efficiency water heaters an attractive option verses a standard water heater.

Endless Hot Water

Tankless water heaters provide endless hot water. For this reason, they are sometimes referred to as On-Demand Water Heaters or Waterless Hot Water Heaters. There is no conventional holding tank. Instead, the water is heated as you use it. Endless hot water is produced on demand, so you will never run out of hot water. There are many models of residential and commercial tankless water heaters available to accommodate all your hot water needs.

Safer than Standard Water Heater

Tankless water heaters lack the storage tank while condensing, heat pump and standard water heaters have a water storage tank. This makes tankless water heaters safer in an earthquake. The temperature on a tankless water heater can also be set comfortable enough for bathing, thus preventing the danger of scalding.

Various Installation Options Available

Tankless water heaters can be installed in the same location as the previous water heater, or relocated as desired, either inside or outside. They are small enough where they can be placed virtually anywhere, saving valuable space. Indoor and outdoor models are available. Our staff is fully trained for all your installation and relocation needs.

High Efficiency Water Heaters are Longer Lasting

The top tankless water heater manufacturers Noritz, Takagi, and Rinnai, have been making tankless water heaters since around the 1950s. The heat exchanger in a tankless water heater is made of a heavy gauge copper, and the technology is state of the art. These units were designed to last up to and possibly beyond 3 times the lifespan of a standard water heater. They are more durable and don’t have a storage tank that will degrade, leak, or rupture over time. The tankless water heaters are designed to last, and thus have longer warranties than a standard water heater. All High Efficiency Water Heaters (gas condensing water heater, electric heat pump water heater, tankless water heater) are an attractive option to a new buyer of your home.

Saves Space

Tankless water heaters occupy a very small area, averaging about the size of a small suitcase. They are often a lower cost solution if you plan to relocate your water heater to save space. They can be mounted on any interior or exterior wall (i.e. inside basement, kitchen, bathroom or laundry room, and outside wood, brick stucco, etc.). Tankless water heaters can be installed outdoors mounted on a wall. No enclosure is necessary for a tankless water heater. They are also a great alternative to standard tanks for condominiums, apartments, and small businesses where functional living/working space is severely limited. For commercial applications, or larger homes, either a single larger unit or multiple units can be connected in a series, in place of multiple water heaters.