Types Of Water Heaters
Conventional Tank Water Heater
Conventional water heaters store water in a tank. They are available in a variety of sizes. The number of fixtures that call for hot water determines the size heater your property will require. A conventional electric or gas water heater should last about 10 years and they have warranties starting at 1 year for parts and 6 years for the tank. Doc Joe’s offers sales, service, maintenance and new installation on major brands like AO Smith, Bradford & White, Rheem, State, Whirlpool, GE and many more.
Tankless Water Heater
A tankless water heater or on demand water heater does just that, it delivers an endless amount of hot water when there when called for it. A tank less water heater requires less space, delivers endless hot water at a consistent temperature and uses up to 50% less gas then a conventional water heater. Their life expectancy is up to 25 years and they come standard with warranties starting at 12 years. Doc Joe’s offers sales, service, maintenance and new installation on major brands like Takagi, Noritz, Rinnai, AO Smith, Rheem and many more. Call today and set up a complimentary in home evaluation. We will provide you will all the information needed for you to make an educated decision on which type of water heater will best suit your needs.