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Everett, WA Water Heaters by G & S Heating Cooling & Electric
Unless you’re comfortable with taking cold showers every day, it’s probably safe to say that having a good water heater is important to you. Water heaters perform an important service to homeowners, by providing the hot water that we use every day. They have become so ingrained in our home lives that most of us don’t even think about them unless they develop a problem. We know how vital a good water heater is to making your home comfortable. That’s why we provide a full range of water heater services. Whether you need your water heater repaired, replaced, or just need some maintenance, our expert technicians can meet your needs.
G & S Heating Cooling & Electric provides water heaters throughout the Everett, WA area.
Available Water Heater Services
G & S Heating Cooling & Electric offers a full range of water heater services. If you’re in the market for a new water heater, and you aren’t sure which steps to take next, we can help you through the process from start to finish. Have a problem with your current water heater? We’ll examine it top to bottom and recommend the necessary repairs. Do you just need the occasional checkup to make sure your water heater is working correctly? We can take care of that as well. No matter what your water heater needs are, we’ve got your back.
Which Hot Water Heater Do I Need?
The standard water heater tends to be a tank. In other words, the water heater uses a large storage tank to keep large amounts of water heated around the clock. While this may be the most common type of water heater, that doesn’t mean that it’s the best option for everyone. Tankless water heaters are also available, which save energy by only heating water in response to demand. There are also a couple of different fuel types to consider. Electric and gas water heaters both have their advantages which we’ll get into below. You aren’t limited to just one choice. Let us help you find a water heater that’s best for you.
- Electric Water Heaters: Electric water heaters are not as common as gas water heaters, but still represent a sizeable portion of the market. The benefits of an electric water heater include a longer life expectancy, smaller space requirements, and generally more versatility in areas where gas installation is difficult or impossible. In order to determine whether an electric water heater would be right for you, we recommend that you have one of our HVAC technicians assess your home.
- Gas Water Heaters: Gas water heaters have traditionally been the most popular in homes across the country. Their advantages include cheaper fuel and a more efficient heat output. Gas water heaters remain in widespread use, despite the advent of other variants, because they are still a great choice for homeowners. As with any large HVAC installation, however, we recommend that you let us evaluate your home and make a recommendation before you make a final decision.
- Tank Water Heaters: As mentioned above, the standard water heater tends to be of the tank variety. Storage tank water heaters can hold large amounts of hot water at any given time. This makes them capable of keeping up with high demand for hot water for longer than most other systems. The disadvantage of using a storage tank water heater is that if you do happen to exhaust the supply of hot water it has on hand, you’ll have to wait a while for it to produce a new supply. Of course, you’d have to have a pretty high demand for that to happen, but it is a possibility.
- Tankless Water Heaters: Tankless water heaters attempt to address some of the disadvantages of storage tank water heaters. Rather than storing a large amount of hot water at all times, tankless water heaters only heat water when there is demand for it. They are capable of heating that water much faster than storage tank water heaters, because they use a different heating method and it is easier to heat the smaller volume of water passing through them more quickly. However, they are also a bit more easily overwhelmed by high demand.