COME HOME TO WARM

There’s nothing worse that thinking you’re jumping into a hot shower, only to find out that your water heater has stopped working. Prevent cold showers with a new water heater from Service Olympians! We carry both tank and tankless water heaters that are energy efficient, durable, and reliable. View our full line of hot water heaters below and give Service Olympians Heating, Cooling & Plumbing a call with any questions you may have.

Products

Traditional Tank - Gas

Features vary by model:

  • Up to 100 Gallon Capacity
  • Up to 85,000 BTU/Hr. Input
  • Power Source – Gas or Propane
  • ENERGY STAR (select models)
  • 6 or 10-Year Limited Warranty
Traditional Tank - Electric

Features vary by model:

  • Up to 119 Gallon Capacity
  • Recovery Up to 21 GPH
  • Power Source – Electric
  • ENERGY STAR (select models)
  • 6 or 10-Year Limited Warranty
Tankless Water Heater

Features vary by model:

  • Up to 380,000 BTU/Hr.
  • Up to 13.2 Gallons per Minute Capacity Range
  • As high as 98% Efficiency Rating
  • Power Source – Gas, Propane, or Electric
  • ENERGY STAR (select models)
  • Up to 15 Year Limited Warranty on Heat Exchanger
  • Up to 10 Year Limited Warranty on Parts

GETTING TO KNOW YOUR WATER HEATER

Tank

At Service Olympians, we can help you find the perfect tank water heater for your home. We’ll look at how much how water you need, based on how many people live in your home and the size of your home. Then we’ll help you find the best water heater for your needs.

This is the most popular type of water heater for residential use; We install and maintain tank water heaters that are powered by gas, propane, or electricity. No matter how your home is set up, our water heaters are energy efficient, durable, and reliable. If you ever have a problem, we do repairs, too, so you never have to be without hot water for long.

The benefits of a tank water heater include:

  • You can use your existing gas or electric lines, without the danger of needing to upgrade
  • There’s no lag time between turning on the faucet and getting your hot water
  • It’s cheaper than tankless models upfront

It’s never good when you turn on the hot water and it’s just not there! If you are having this problem or want to prevent it, talk to us today about installing a new water heater, so you are never left out in the cold!

Tankless

Tankless water heaters are the new kid on the block when it comes to keeping the water warm for your family. Instead of taking up a bunch of space to store water and keep it warm until you need it, a tankless water heater hangs on your wall and heats water as you need it.

At Service Olympians, we can help you decide whether a tankless water heater will meet your needs. We’ll look at how much hot water you use, how big your home is, and how many people live there, and then we’ll give you our honest opinion about what will and will not work for you.

Tankless water heaters may be new, but they have a lot going for them. They offer:

  • A higher level of energy efficiency than traditional water heaters
  • Fresher hot water
  • No danger of leaks from the water heater
  • Longer life than tank water heaters
  • More space that you can use for storage or something fun

Don’t end up in a situation where you are miserable without hot water. If you have questions about your hot water supply or you’d like to know more about tankless water heaters, give us a call and we will make sure your hot water never runs dry.

Electric

If you’re looking for a new water heater, consider an electric model, especially if your home is already wired for one. At Service Olympians, we will help you find a water heater that fulfills your needs and fits into your budget.

If you’re not sure how your current water heater is powered, we can figure that out for you quickly and easily. Then we will assess your hot water needs, examine your budget, and find models that meet all of your criteria.

Still not sure you want an electric water heater? Here are some of their advantages:

  • Lower cost of installation
  • Smaller space requirements, since gas heaters must have ventilation space
  • Longer life of the water heater
  • Increased safety, since electric water heaters don’t have a pilot light or any risk of a gas leak

Many conventional water heaters run on electricity, and they can do so reliably and efficiently for years to come. There’s no reason to risk losing your hot water supply, when we can order and install your electric water heater today. It’s less hassle to do it now, before you have any problems, than it is to wait until the hot water is gone.

Gas

If your home already has a gas line, you may want to consider a gas powered water heater the next time you replace yours. While adding the gas line can cost thousands of dollars, there’s no reason not to use one that’s already there.

At Service Olympians, we can help you figure out what you already have installed in your home and whether a gas water heater or an electric one would work best for you. We can help you figure out if the added upfront costs that can come with getting a gas water heater will be worthwhile in the long run.

The advantages of a gas water heater include:

  • Hot water during blackouts. If you have an electric water heater, it won’t work when the power goes out. A gas model, on the other hand, should keep you supplied with warm water.
  • Faster water heating. Most gas water heaters heat significantly faster than comparable electric models. If you think you might use all of the water in your tank sometimes, a gas model may work better for you.

Depending on the relative prices of gas and electricity where you live, the gas models may cost less to run, too. Let us help you figure out the pieces to the puzzle and find the water heater that’s best for you and your family.

Heat Pump

If you are serious about energy efficiency and you already have a heat pump in your home, give us a call and we will see if you could use your existing pump for water heating purposes, too. Heat pump water heaters simply use your existing heat pump to move heat into the water heater, rather than requiring the appliance to generate heat directly.

Are you using a geothermal heat pump system to control the temperature of your house? You can buy a desuperheater to attach to this system and provide you with hot water, as well. These can work with both conventional (tank) water heaters and the tankless models.

The big advantage of a heat pump water heater is that it will save you money. You won’t need as much gas or electricity to move the hot air from one place to another as you would to generate heat, so you bills will be substantially lower.

Not sure if this is a good option for you? At Service Olympians, we know how to assess your existing system and your needs and determine whether a heat pump would work for you. Give us a call and we will find the solution that’s best for you!

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