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tankless water heaters:

Tankless water heaters are a modern innovation that allow for instant hot water, which allows for efficiency, convenience and saved expenses.

Benefits of a Tankless water heater:

Save Energy: A traditional water heating system is constantly heating your water, whether you are using it or not, thus wasting energy. While a tankless water heater heats on demand, therefore eliminating any unnecessary loss of energy saving you time and money! Pretty great right?

Conserves: Tankless water heaters heat water instantly, removing the need to stand around waiting for your water to heat up while wasting gallons of water in the meantime. This means instant hot water for your family’s baths, showers, or cooking needs and much needed saved water!

Cleaner Water: Conventional hot water tanks can be known to corrode over time causing the water carried from the tank to have rust and residue in it. This can cause health and safety concerns. Because a tankless water heater heats on demand rust and residue is not an issue, which gives peace of mind in knowing you are getting clean water.

Preventative Maintenance:

With the preventative maintenance service program, you never have to worry about your family being without hot water. Your system will be guaranteed to operate effectively and safely, as well as potentially extending the life of your hot water heater and help to avoid unnecessary breakdowns.

Conventional Hot Water Tanks:

Need a new or repaired water heater? Progressive can help.

We offer traditional gas water heaters. A member of our team can walk you through all of the available heaters, their features and benefits and help chose the right type/size for you and your family.

Not sure on how it works?

A Conventional water Heater contains a certain reserve of hot water (dependent on your size) in the tank. From time to time this water is preheated to a programmed temperature to ensure it is always ready to be used at the appropriate temperature. This is often an affordable option to purchase and install, however its downfall is that it can be less efficient over time and consumes more energy as it needs to keep the water warm regardless if you’re using it or not.

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