If your water heater needs repair or tuning up or you are exploring replacing your unit, Reliance Home Services offers a choice of the best systems on the market (tankless or traditional) with some of the most important, energy efficient features and lowest running costs.
We provide complete installation and even remove your old hot water heater. You can have your hot water heater serviced, repaired or installed today, at a time convenient to you. Our experienced technicians can help with any brand or model.
High-Efficiency Tankless Water Heaters
Tankless water heaters are fast becoming the gold standard. They heat only the water that is needed at the moment; they do not store hot water for future usage. This equipment saves homeowners money with tax incentives and utility rebates, and saves more money through its highly efficient operation. Tankless water heaters are also environmentally friendlier. Tankless units are more energy efficient because they use less power than traditional water heaters. Though a tankless water heater will likely cost more to purchase than a traditional hot water heater, it will more than pay for itself in energy savings, and you will never run short of hot water.
For endless on-demand, energy efficient hot water, consider a state-of-the-art tankless hot water system from Reliance Home Services.

Not All Hot Water Heaters are Created Equal!
The following is an overview of hot water heaters, to help you determine which unit is best suited for the unique needs of your home.
Hot Water Heater Sizes
Residential hot water heaters come in three basic sizes: 30-, 40-, or 50-gallon capacity. If you look at the nameplate on your water heater, it will tell you the capacity. If you need to replace your water heater, it is best to select a new one with the same capacity as the old one unless you have just added a dishwasher, washing machine, or bathroom, or plan to do so in the foreseeable future.
To best determine hot water needs of your home, count the number of bathrooms in the house. For single bathroom homes, a 30- or 40-gallon unit is sufficient; for homes with 1¬Ω baths, a 40-gallon tank is the minimum; for homes with two or more bathrooms, you will need at least a 50-gallon capacity.
Gas vs. Electric Hot Water Heaters
The type of fuel used to power a hot water heater can have a big impact on the capacity of the unit. The capacity of a water heater depends on two factors: its total storage and its recovery time (how quickly it can warm a full tank of water). Both gas and electric water heaters are rated based on the number of gallons they can heat to 90 degrees F in one hour.
Gas-powered water heaters warm up more quickly than most electric models, so if you are planning to buy an electric system it should be larger than its gas counterpart. This is especially true if you have a large family or use more hot water than the average household. Residential electric hot water heaters can be purchased with capacities as large as 100 gallons or more.

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