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Water Heater Installation & Repair

Do you have any heater installation and repair needs?

Is your water not heating up or taking too long? You could potentially have a leak in your water heater or the heater could have completely stopped working. Our professionals will assess the root of your problem, and suggest the proper solution. Water heaters have an average life span of 12 years, so it is important to evaluate the cost of repair vs replacement based on the age of the device.

Types of Water Heaters

Electric Heaters

Electric heaters are widely favored due to their numerous benefits. Firstly, these heaters offer efficiency as they convert almost all the energy into heat, minimizing wastage. Additionally, electric heaters are easy to install and require minimal maintenance, making them cost-effective in the long run. (However, they suffer from a common issue of slower heating rates compared to gas heaters.)

Kidder Heating & Air Conditioning Inc. offers electric tank water heaters built with commercial-grade components for durability you can count on. We invest in making sure all our electric tank products are built to last - so you and your family can have peace of mind.

Gas Heaters

Gas heaters have their own set of advantages that make them a popular choice among consumers. The primary benefit lies in their ability to quickly heat up large volumes of water while maintaining high temperatures consistently—ideal for households with high hot water demand or larger families. Furthermore, gas heaters tend to be more energy efficient than electric ones when it comes to longer durations of use while offering lower operating costs overall. 

Built on a tradition of durability and dependability, our gas tank water heaters include 150 different varieties of natural gas and liquid propane tank water heaters. Whether you need a high-efficiency ENERGY STAR® Certified water heater or a standard model, we offer a gas tank water heater to fit your daily lifestyle and your needs.

Tankless Heaters

Tankless water heaters have gained significant popularity in recent years due to their unique set of benefits and innovative technology employed in their design. They provide an endless supply of hot water on-demand by heating the water directly as it flows through the unit without needing storage space like traditional models—thus saving valuable square footage within homes or buildings where space may be limited. Tankless water heaters provide an energy-efficient and easy-to-install solution for a variety of applications. Designed for durability and dependability, tankless water heaters pack significant power for both whole-house water heating and specialized applications.

Moreover, tankless units minimize standby heat loss as there is no stored heated water waiting for usage but rather instant heating when needed—which ultimately reduces energy consumption and saves money on utility bills over time.


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