Hot Water Tank Installation
In every home, a good supply of hot water is essential. Otherwise, dishes and laundry would pile up, and showering would be a rude awakening.
Staying Out Of Hot Water
Good for about eight to ten years on average, a hot water tank (also known as a hot water heater) is suitable for average-use demands. To avoid mould, mildew, costly renovations, and sky-high insurance premiums—or a flooded basement as a result of a leaking hot water tank—homeowners should begin budgeting for a replacement tank after it has been in service for about eight years.
Let The Pros Handle It
Installing a hot water tank isn’t rocket science, but there’s an art to it: to ensure proper drainage, safe water heater pressure, and venting of combustion byproducts, a qualified professional knows best. A reputable and licensed installer will also pull the required municipal gas permit and call for an inspection.
Cutting Corners Is Costly
Without the permit that’s required by every municipality, you could be without insurance. If your home floods, or worse, this could spell disaster. At BC Furnace, we refuse to take the easy and cheap way out. Your safety and well-being is our top priority, and we’ll pull the permit for you. For extra protection, we’ll even install a free water leak alarm with your new hot water tank.
We’re Ready Whenever You Are
With a long-standing relationship with BC homeowners, fully licensed and certified technicians, and 30+ years of hands-on experience, you can breathe a sigh of relief-we’ve got this. With products always in stock, we can install your new hot water heater anytime, day or night. Just let us know what you need. We’re happy to help.
Types of Furnace Installations
At BC Furnace, our certified technicians are experienced with a variety of HVAC equipment installs, such as: