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Water Heaters 

New Sales, Repairs, Upgrades & Replacement

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Estimated

Installation Cost

 

Customer Supplies & delivers $250 - $275


Customer Supplies & we pickup & deliver $325 - $360

We can dispose of the unit for $40

Residential & Commercial

Tank and Tankless Gas & Electric Heaters  

What do we do?

Regardless of the type of water heater we’re installing, we have the expertise needed to safely replace your old water heater and get you up and running with a state-of-the-art unit in very little time.

Electric water heater installation

  • Water heater installation

  • Heating element replacement

  • Burner assembly cleaning and repair

  • Leaking valve repair

  • Tempering, and regular service plans

Electric water heaters are generally more efficient than gas heaters, which is one of the main reasons they are popular with clients today. Gas heaters must continuously burn a pilot light, which is not considered an efficient practice.

While some gas heaters have a pilot light that can be extinguished when not in use, not all clients have the time or energy to manage their water heaters to this degree and much prefer the low maintenance of an electric unit. Electric heaters do not require an exhaust system as there are no fumes from burning gas, and they can be installed in smaller spaces than gas units.

 

The installation costs associated with electric heaters are lower than those associated with gas. Electric heaters also have a longer average life span than gas units, usually lasting from 10 to 14 years.

Tankless water heater installation

While tankless water heaters are smaller than other types of water heaters, they require a great deal of experience and expertise to install correctly. Complete Handyman of Wisconsin has installed many of these systems, which use less energy, take up less space and last five to ten years longer than other types of water heaters. These space-saving units can be installed in attics, basements, crawlspaces and closets