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.
Water Heater Cost = Price of Unit + Cost of Labor
A water heater replacement can run upwards of one grand, generally costing around $500 - $1,000. You can choose to pay it all upfront or take advantage of financing options from local water heater contractors like Evans.
Call 905-354-4424 for more details.
Is your water heater on the brink of failure? Here are signs it might be:
- The unit is 10 years old or older.
- Your hot water is brown and rusty.
- There are strange noises when you run the hot water.
- Water is pooling around the unit.
- Shorter and shorter hot showers.
If you’re on top of these signs before they become a bigger issue, you can get a replacement from a professional water heater company and preserve your comfort. Call Evans for assistance: 905-354-4424.
A water heater generally lasts around 10 years before it starts showing signs of age like unreliable hot water, strange noises and brown water. You should think about a replacement if your water heater is over a decade old. Call Evans at 905-354-4424 to get your water heater issues professionally assessed.
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.