Edmonton Water Heater Replacement
Water Heater Replacement and Installation
If your water heater is old and inefficient or broken beyond repair, we have a solution for you. Our skilled technicians can install a new water heater quickly to ensure maximum comfort for your family. You may also want to upgrade your water heater to reduce your heating costs; a new water heater can cut your energy costs by up to 30%.
Water Heater Financing
Sometimes a water heater replacement is planned. Other times it’s an unwelcome surprise. We can help with our easy and convenient financing programs as an affordable way to pay for your new home comfort system. The energy savings from your new high efficient furnace may even help to offset the investment.
Water Heater Brands
Every brand has its pluses and minuses. The fact is, there is no “best” brand. While most companies focus on one brand, our purchasing power allows us to work directly with many manufacturers.
Our technical knowledge and systems designers understand each water heater brand’s strong and weak points. This knowledge is passed on to you in the form of greater choice, superior warranties, and a system designed specifically for your home and comfort expectations.
Comfort Survey & Home Analysis
At WeatherMakers, we know every home and homeowner is unique. Homeowner expectations for comfort, indoor air quality and control increase every year. Codes and government efficiency standards change as new technology is introduced. As a Green Screened Plumbing and HVAC company, sensitivity to our environmental footprint is at the top of our minds. We offer a FREE Comfort Survey & Home Analysis to identify your requirements and offer a solution that is best for you.
WeatherMakers’ Comfort Club – Protect Your Investment
By joining WeatherMakers’ Comfort Club you can keep your new water heater operating safely, reliably and at peak efficiency well into the future. Included with your membership is a FREE annual Tune-up & Safety Inspection plus discounts and other valuable services.
Tankless Water Heating
If the time is coming near for your hot water tank to expire, you may be weighing the pros and cons to investing in a tankless water heater. People who own them tend to rave about their benefits, which include saving energy and reducing space. But before you jump on the tankless water heater bandwagon, it’s important to understand what the benefits will be for your household. Tankless water heaters are not for everyone, and you don’t want to be disappointed with the investment.
Tankless Water Heating Advantages
Energy Savings: Tankless water heaters don’t heat up water unnecessarily; instead they only heat up the water that is needed at the time. This means that you don’t have to pay for water that no one in your home will use, saving energy consumption and lowering utility bills.
Longer Lifespan: The average water heater lasts 10-13 years, but a tankless version has a lifespan of up to 20 years. If you’re going to stay in your home for a while, a tankless water heater is worth the investment in this respect.
Space Savings: If you have a small home, a tankless water heater will be a welcoming alternative. Traditional water heaters are around 60” tall and 24” wide, but a tankless water heater can be as small as a large computer, about 28” tall and 20” wide.
Tankless Water Heating Disadvantages
Limited Hot Water: That big water tank on a standard water heater may not look attractive, but it also holds between 40-60 gallons of hot water that is ready to be used for laundry, showers and dishes. This is pretty important when you have a busy household.
Tankless water heaters heat up water on demand, so the output can be somewhat limited (usually a few gallons at a time). If someone is in the shower, you’re running a load of laundry, and your spouse is washing the dishes, someone is going to be left with cold water.
Higher Cost: While you will save money over time with a tankless water heater, the initial cost will be more, for both the product and the installation. Not only do these water heaters cost more upfront, but also they require new plumbing.
Specialized Care: Tankless water heaters should be serviced once a year by a qualified technician. They can experience calcium buildup as well as other problems, and you don’t want this investment not to last. Be prepared to provide extra care for your system.
Need help deciding on which water heaters are best for your home? Call WeatherMakers and our techs can help you choose an option that fits your family’s needs and budget.
We Provide Water Heater Replacement Services in the Following Areas
Edmonton, AB | Sherwood Park, AB | St. Albert, AB | Stony Plain, AB | Spruce Grove, AB | Fort Saskatchewan, AB | Leduc, AB | Beaumont, AB | Devon, AB | Calmar, AB | Nisku, AB