Bridgeman Plumbing & Heating Ltd. has expertise in all forms of water heating technology, from the traditional hot water tank to the increasingly-popular tankless water heater. Our environmentally-conscious team offers energy-efficient models and can explain the difference in cost and effectiveness between conventional water heaters and on-demand or tankless options. We provide hot water tank installations in Victoria.
Learn more about energy-saving technology and how you can benefit from the Efficiency Incentive Program through LiveSmart BC.
Is your hot water tank leaking or not heating properly? Bridgeman Plumbing & Heating Ltd. can evaluate the situation and determine if it’s time to change your hot water tank. Upgrading to a newer model can save you money, not only on home repairs incurred from water damage, but also on electricity, since recent models are much more energy efficient than older tanks.
When you are looking for a new hot water tank, there are three basic types to choose from. These are:
Gas – these have faster heating than electric models as well as potentially lower energy costs, but also come with a higher upfront cost as well as a shorter lifespan.
Electric – Electric heaters are more convenient than gas heaters as you won’t need to waste gas to keep the pilot light on. However, they can also take more time to warm up the water and you might run out in the middle of doing something
Tankless - On-Demand – Never run out of hot water again. The water is heated when you need it and thus creates much more savings on energy.
Upgrade to a qualifying natural gas ENERGY STAR® water heater and you could get rebates from $200 to $1,000.*
heats water as you need it
takes up less space than a storage tank
Condensing storage tank
Life expectancy: 12 to 15 years
offers the benefits of a standard storage tank with much higher efficiency good for large households and can handle multiple, simultaneous demands for hot water
quick recovery means there’s less chance of running out of hot water (some units can heat up to five gallons per minute.
Install an eligible natural gas water heater and make an additional Home Renovation Rebate upgrade and you could qualify for our $300 two-upgrade bonus.
* Conditions Apply