Water Heaters Vancouver & Area / Hot Water Tank Installer

 

  MR. WATER HEATER  

For same day supply and installation of hot water heaters in Vancouver and the Lower Mainland, call Mr. Water Heater. We at Mr Water Heater market a complete line of residential and commercial hot water tanks and we have the professionally trained technicians to install them. We will haul away and dispose of your old water heater as part of our service.

Call Mr. Water Heater now to have your aging or failed hot water tank replaced today!

Tank Replacements
& Repairs

Over 20 Years
of Reliable & Professional Service

Same Day Installation

24 Hour Emergency Service

Hot Water tank servicing and installation throughout Greater Vancouver, BC

NOW SERVING:

Vancouver:

Burnaby:

Port Moody:

Coquitlam/PoCo:

Surrey:

North/West Vancouver:

736-8982

421-2818

469-2083

472-1761

583-9688

985-8620

Richmond:

Maple Ridge:

Langley:

Aldergrove/Ft. Langley

Abbotsford:

278-8085

465-2886

534-8498

857-8896

852-8738


The average life span of most hot water heaters is seven to ten years. If your tank is showing signs of wearing out or if it is already leaking and you are ready to replace it, call Mr. Water Heater and we will help you decide on which options are going to suit your needs the best.

Licensed, Insured and Bonded

Our company is licensed, insured and bonded and we employ only professionally trained and ticketed technicians who can provide tank replacements or repairs for both gas and electric water heaters on both residential and commercial tanks. Should you require any technical assistance about our products or our services, please do not hesitate to contact us. Our customers are very important to us and we want to help you every way we can. We pride ourselves on being the company that does what it says it will do.


Is Your Water Heater Under Warranty?

Are you wondering if your water heater may still be under warranty? Call Mr. Water Heater and we will be happy to check into the warranty status of your tank for you. We would suggest that you write down the MODEL number and the SERIAL number found on the manufacture’s sticker on the tank and the date of installation if possible prior to calling, as this information will be needed. Warranties may cover leakage on the body of the tank, the tank and the parts, and in some cases the tank, the parts and the labour.


What Water Heater is Best for You?

Need a new hot water heater and having trouble choosing the best one for you? Let the experienced, professional staff at Mr. Water Heater help you. The size of your home and the number of people living in it will have a bearing on the size of tank you will need. The actual physical space available for the hot water heater may also come into play. And remember, natural gas tanks use less energy and heat quicker than do electric tanks so the utilities available to you will also be a factor. Here is a quick reference guide to choosing the capacity of tank best for your home:

2 people

3 people

4 people

5 or more

30-40 U.S. Gal. (151 liters)

40 U.S. Gal. (151 liters)

40-50 U.S. Gal. (189 liters)

50-80 U.S. Gal. (227 – 284 liters)

Mr. Water Heater is a company specializing in the replacement and repairs of hot water tanks. The only other area we branch into is the accessories for hot water tanks. Our installer will be equipped with pressure regulators, water pans, tank expanders, shut- off valves, vacuum breakers, etc. so if any additions are required, your new installation can be completed in one trip.


Some of the Issues to Consider Will Be:

  • Is your current water heater gas or electric? Making sure of the right type fuel for your water heater allows us to arrive at your door with the correct tank.
  • What is the capacity of your currant tank and is the new tank going to be the same?
  • Was your old hot water heater adequate for your needs? If not, this would be the time to decide if you should be altering the replacement.
  • Is the water heater staying in the same location? Replacing your tank with one staying in the same location and using the same fuel is the least expensive type of replacement.
  • Will the new water heater fit the space of your original tank? The dimensions of new water heaters can change through the years, so it is a good idea to measure the space available where the new tank will be sitting.
  • Is the water heater accessible? The installer can not remove walls or door frames and it will take more time and expense if other appliances have to moved to access the tank.
  • Is there a shut-off valve to the cold water inlet pipe? This allows you to shut off the water supply to the water heater and it may be required by code.

Call Mr. Water Heater to replace your hot water tank!