At Duncan Plumbing we are proficient at installing several types of water heaters.
What can you tell me about tank-less water heaters? How does a hybrid water heater work? What kind of tax credits could I be eligible for? We hear questions like this and more on a daily basis – and we’re happy to answer all of them! When you and your family are shopping for a water heater, it’s important to be well-informed of your options..
We can answer your questions about many different types of water heaters.
Standard Atmospherically Vented Tanked
This is frequently the most affordable and most reliable option and is the typical choice for residential needs. The drawbacks to these are increased operating expense and wasted space.
This options is additionally known as “on-demand” or “instant” water heaters. These names however, are misleading because they insinuate that as soon as your faucet is turned on – the water will be hot. This is often not the case. Tankless water heaters are more highly-priced to set up, but save space in your home and have lesser working fees.
These water heaters are up to 97% efficient, they supply a lot of hot water and they have the most inexpensive operating costs. Additionally, they require minor amounts of maintenance and repair and will normally last the lifetime of your residence. While the initial investment is significantly more than that of a standard water heater – the long-term investment is by far a better one as these water heaters can be considered for a $1500 credit on your taxes.
This is a cost effective, eco-conscious answer. The VELUX solar water heater system comes with a 5 year promise, and, as a VELUX partner, Duncan Plumbing is an advanced leader in this high-efficiency option.
Should I have a look at a conventional or a tank less water heater? What is a hybrid water heater? What range of tax credits can I look forward to? These are all questions the expert staff at Duncan Plumbing receive on a day-to-day basis, and we are happy to answer these concerns and more. No question is a poor question.
The decision of which water heater to have installed is an important one. Considerations such as the number of people in the household and how much your current gas bill is will influence your choice.