Hot Water Tank

Residential HVAC Systems

Need a repair or new install? Call us today and we will make sure you have hot water.

"Going above and beyond your expectations"

Why choose us for your Hot Water Tank

Proudly Canadian

No outside investors, no venture capital firms taking control. Just your local Canadian business with its interest to only

Excellent Customer Service

No long waits, no being on hold, immediate customer help when you need it.


Make your equipment last longer, with a maintenance plan. Get a 1-year free maintenance plan with the installation of new equipment.

Emergency Service

Your equipment give out? are you stuck with a no cool situation? We have a team ready to help you whenever you need it.

Residential HVAC Systems & Repairs

How does a Hot water tank work

You can either get an electronic or gas Hot-Water Tank. The majority of the hot water tanks have 3 pipes each playing a vital role. The first pipe is used to bring in the water, the 2nd pipe is used to bring out the water, and the 3rd pipe (called the safety valve, is used to release the water from the tank if the pressure/temperature goes above the safety standards.

Choose your plan


Is your Hot-Water Tank old and unrepairable. If so purchasing a new one may be your best option. Contact us today and don’t go another day without hot water.


Choose from one of our many payment plans and decide which one best suits you.

We will help customize a plan that you can afford. So don’t think that your budget is out of range. Call us now and well make sure you get a hot water today!


Did you know that more than 90% of Hot-Water tanks are rented? If you are not ready to buy or feel that renting is the best option for you then call us and find out which plan is best for you.

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Hot Water Tank Maintenance Plan

What’s included:

Our expert and fully certified technician will come by and perform the maintenance and he will do the following:

  • Sediment Drainage
  • Check the Ventilation
  • Check for Carbon Monoxide
  • Test the Temperature & Pressure Relief (TPR) Valve
  • Check the Anode Rod
  • Water leaks
  • Weird noises
  • Unpleasant Smells

At the end of the maintenance, our technician will give you a in depth analysis report on your equipment and give you tips and recommendations on how save money and get the most out of your equipment


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