Water Heaters

Hot Water Tank Heating Systems Overview

  • Water-heating accounts for 15-25% of the average homeowner's energy bill
  • A hot-water tank takes water from your municipal water source and heats it up using electric, gas, or oil fuel sources
  • When the hot water tap is turned-on, water is drawn from the tank and new water is added and a thermostat ensures the water stays at ~140 degrees Celsius

Key benefits when upgrading to a High-Efficiency Water Filtration

  • Old tanks may not have up to date temperature and pressure release valves
  • High-efficient hot water tanks have reduced standby-loss due to better insulation, more efficient heat-exchangers, and factory-installed heat-traps

Key Benefits of Renting a High-Efficiency Hot Water Tank

  • Rental programs include maintenance services for FREE
  • Rental programs require $0 of upfront costs and monthly fees are spread-out over 7, 10 or 15 year terms
  • Rental programs provide a warranty for parts and labour for the lifetime of the equipment
  • Having a qualified TSSA-certified installer ensures a safe and reliable installation and you will be eligible for all government rebates

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