Hot Water Tank Installation or Replacement
commercial water heater tank replacement in Kelowna, BC
We supply and install both electric and gas hot water tanks – for both residential and commercial customers.
A water tank is like a reservoir that stores between 30-80 gallons of water at a time. The tank releases hot water from the top of the unit and replaces with cold water that enters at the bottom so it constantly stays full. Hot water tanks are constantly heating the water to a preset temperature, even when you’re not using it, which results in ‘standby heat loss’.
A typical hot water tank, whether gas or electric, lasts approximately 10-12 years. After that, the potential of a leak or flood drastically increases. You should consider changing an aging hot water tank prior to experiencing an issue that could result in a costly clean up and replacement.
Tankless Water Heaters
Benefits of Tankless Water Heaters
- Endless hot water when you want it
- Compact, space-saving design
- Lower energy bills
- Longer lifespan then traditional hot water tanks
Navien tankless hot water heater installation done in kelowna, bc
Not sure which water heater is right for you?
Give us a call, we can help you navigate all the options to ensure you pick the water heater best for your situation.
Hot Water Heater Repairs
Leaking hot water tank
Water leaks are the most common and costly issues you could experience with your water heater. By nature, water will eventually corrode your tank and create tiny cracks or fractures in the tank and piping. Finding water standing at the top or bottom of the tank doesn’t necessarily mean you have a leak – it could be that your connection hose has become loose or there could be an issue with condensation. It could also be due to water spilling out from the overflow – which could be a sign of a bigger issue with the water pressure in your house or unit and you may need to have a PRV (pressure reducing valve) installed or replaced.
There are many reasons why you may be experiencing lack of hot water. If you find you just aren’t getting enough (or any) hot water you may be having an issue with your heating elements, pilot light or gas connection, depending on the type of tank. There could also be a problem with the gas burner, thermocouple, or dip tube. Just to name a few!
Give us a call to troubleshoot your hot water issues.