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Conventional Hot Water Tank

Is a Traditional Hot Water Tank The Right Choice For You?

If these conditions apply to you, you may want to consider a conventional hot water tank instead of a tankless model:

  • You tend to be home during the day, using hot water. With a conventional tank, you pay to heat the water 24/7.
    You are planning to sell your home in the near future (and therefore won’t reap the rewards from the energy savings a tankless will provide).
  • You are on a very tight budget. Conventional hot water tanks are cheaper than tankless models, and installation is cheaper as well.
  • There aren’t a lot of people sharing your home.

If you have a large family or are away from home a lot, a tankless water heater will provide energy savings for you.

If a hot water tank is the right option for you, we have a package you’ll love:

  • One-of-a-kind air/fuel shut-off device offers double protection.
  • Available as power vented or atmospheric.
  • Maintenance free – no filter to clean.
  • Standard replacement parts.
  • Self-cleaning EverKleen™ patented system fights sediment build-up.
  • Energy efficient – reduces fuel costs.
  • Provides more hot water.
  • Easy to light: no matches required.
  • Longer life than most conventional hot water tanks.
  • Patented magnesium anode rod design protects the tank from rust.
  • Meets or exceeds NRCan requirements.
  • Warranty: 8 year tank, 8 year parts, 1 year labour.

For some people a traditional hot water tank makes more sense, and you can still get more hot water at a lower cost.

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