Water Heater Installations and Repairs in Mercer & Monmouth Counties
The first major decision in installing a new water heater is what type of system to get. For a quick rundown on the basics of tankless and storage-tank type water heaters, take a look at this infographic:
Benefits of a Storage Tank Water HeaterStorage tank water heaters are a reliable and time-tested hot water source, using a small but constant supply of energy to keep stored water hot. Like tankless water heaters, they can be powered by gas or electricity and come with several benefits.
Overall, storage-tank water heaters are simpler mechanically than tankless water heaters, so they’re generally less expensive to purchase and install. This simplicity also means simpler operation and easier, less expensive repairs. Plus, storage tank water heaters keep enough hot water at the ready to supply multiple appliances at once, while some tankless water heaters can only produce enough hot water for one appliance at a time. While they aren’t as energy-efficient as tankless water heaters, the brands we install include features that offer opportunities for huge energy savings. Tankless water heaters may cost more upfront and can be a bit more complex, but there are plenty of reasons to consider going tankless.
Benefits of a Tankless Water HeaterTankless water heaters tap directly into your main water supply and heat water on demand, giving you access to hot water almost instantly. You’ll have a virtually unlimited supply of hot water as long as maximum usage is properly calculated, and you’ll save energy by heating water only when you need it. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, a tankless water heater in a home that uses 41 gallons of water daily will offer up to 34% greater efficiency than a storage-tank water heater.
Without a tank to worry about, these systems take up less space, giving you more flexibility in terms of where you can have one installed. Crawl spaces and attics are two places where a traditional water heater typically wouldn’t fit but a tankless water heater often can.
Tankless water heaters tend to cost more to buy and/or install than tank-type heaters, but by paying more upfront, you can save money in the long run by lowering your utility and energy costs, thanks to the efficiency these systems offer. Not only that, but with proper maintenance, these systems also offer up to twice the life expectancy of tank-type water heaters. One reason for this is that components are easy to exchange and every part is replaceable, so chances are you won’t have to replace the whole system before the end of its life. If you do happen to need a water heater replacement, now is the perfect time to call us. We’re currently offering a $50 discount on water heater replacements!
Benefits of Our Brands
RinnaiRinnai tankless water heaters use state-of-the-art technology to bring you convenience and control, with optional wi-fi connectivity to the Rinnai Control-R™ Wireless Module and App. Use your smartphone or tablet to change the water temperature, activate recirculation, and more.
Bradford WhiteOne of the oldest and most highly regarded water heater brands, Bradford White’s gas water heaters are among the safest you can buy, thanks to the Defender Safety System®. This system prevents flames from escaping the water heater, so that even if there are flammable vapors in your home, the water heater will continue to operate safely without the risk of a gas explosion.
Benefits of SG Heating & Air Conditioning LLCWe’re a Rinnai Pro Dealer and an Advanced Comfort Expert™ (ACE), which means Rinnai trusts us to sell, install, and service Rinnai Products. This certification is only given after a company receives training from Rinnai professionals, and demonstrates our commitment to making sure Rinnai products work for you as well as they’re designed to. We hold a similar certification with Bradford White, meaning that whichever brand makes the product, you can be sure of a top-quality job when we install it for you. We’ve installed countless water heaters throughout our service area, which includes places such as:
Monmouth County, NJ
- Cream Ridge
- Millstone Township
Middlesex County, NJ
- Monroe Township
Mercer County, NJ
- Lawrence Township / Lawrenceville
- Princeton Junction
- Robbinsville Township
- Windsor (East Windsor, West Windsor)
Somerset County, NJ
- Rocky Hill
Bucks County, PA
- Fairless Hills
- Washington Crossing
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