Expert Installation of New Water Heater Systems
No matter how well-maintained your water heater is, eventually you’ll need to replace it. When that time comes, you will have some decisions to make. Evans Heating & Cooling is here to help guide you through the process and get you the best water heater replacement for your family’s needs!
First, what type of water heater will you need? We offer tankless, conventional, and direct vent water heaters—both electric and gas—for your convenience. Our technicians will recommend the best option for your home based on your specific needs.
To have a new hot water heater installed in your home typically costs between $900 - $1,900. This is for a standard storage tank water heater and includes the unit and labor. Tankless water heaters generally cost a little bit more as they take longer to install.
Evans Heating and Cooling offers competitive costs and financing options on all of our services, including water heater installation. Our family owned and operated business has been providing top quality workmanship and equipment for over 50 years. For any questions on water heaters, please contact us today.
In general, a water heater will usually last around 10 years. If you have a unit that is over 10 years old and needs a repair, you might want to consider replacing your water heater.
To learn more or to request a quote, call the experts at Evans Heating and Cooling. We provide water heater repair, maintenance and replacement options, all backed with our performance and satisfaction guarantees. We promise to provide reliable advice and workmanship on any water heater problem you might be experiencing. Contact us today!
Some signs you might need a new water heater include:
- Age - If the water heater is acting up and is over ten years old, it might be time for a new one. They typically last about ten years and you don’t want to pay for a repair if you are going to need to replace it soon anyway.
- Not enough hot water - When you start to run out of hot water quickly and it is just getting worse, it might be a sign of decline in your unit.
- Water is brown and rusty - Sediment can gather in your water heater, causing it to turn brown. Flushing annually should help with this problem. However, if the water is rusty, your heater is rusting from the inside and should probably be replaced.
- Strange noises - As sediment builds up over time, it will eventually harden, causing your water heater to make rumbling or banging noises. Hardened sediment would mean replacement is necessary.
- Leaks and pools of water - A tank that is leaking most likely needs to be replaced.
For questions about your water heater, or to schedule a new water heater installation appointment, call on the experts! We service all areas of water heaters and can determine if you need a simple fix or a total replacement. Our customer’s satisfaction is guaranteed. Contact us today!
Some advantages of a tankless water heater include:
- A savings on energy over time
- A longer lifespan than standard tank storage water heaters
- Less storage space needed
- Unlimited hot water available in seconds
Evans Heating & Cooling can help with any questions you have about tankless water heaters. We have decades of experience working with all types and varieties of water heaters, including tankless. Our expert technicians will be happy to walk you through the process and provide you with a competitive quote on services. Contact us now for more information.
Call Evans Heating & Cooling at (905) 354-4424 today to discuss your water heater replacement needs. We have served the Niagara area for over half a century and can guarantee your 100% satisfaction!
Tankless Water Heaters
A tankless water heater installation gives you unlimited on-demand hot water for all of your household needs. We can provide whole-house systems or add a smaller unit to boost a certain room or rooms in the home.
Benefits of Tankless
- Lower energy costs due to heat exchange technology.
- Fewer moving parts means a long lifespan and fewer repairs.
- Compact size allows for more flexible placement in the home.
- On-demand hot water without the wait.
Conventional or Direct Vent
The traditional choice in single-family homes, the conventional tank water heater may be a powered vent or a direct vent system. In either case, your water is heated in a large tank and stored there for use when needed. Once the hot water is used, the system pulls in more cool water and begins heating it for the next use.
Benefits of Tank Water Heaters
- Quick recovery time and low operating costs.
- Great safety ratings with minimal environmental impact.
- Long lifespan with few repairs needed.
- Inexpensive to install.