When it is time to service your water heater, H2O Maestro is the only call you need to make. Our team of plumbers is fully trained to help you service or install both tank and tankless water heaters and can recommend the perfect water heater to meet your needs.
TANKLESS WATER HEATERS
H2O Maestro is a preferred dealer of Rinnai Tankless Water Heaters. Tankless water heaters heat the water you need, when you need it. Turning any faucet into endless hot water on demand.
Reduced Energy Costs
With tankless water heaters, you will enjoy up to 40% energy savings. That’s because our units are designed to be highly efficient and only heat water when it is needed. When the demand for hot water ceases, the unit shuts down and uses almost no energy, a revolutionary advantage over inefficient tank-style heaters.
Meeting increased hot water demands can be a challenge for traditional tank-style heaters. However, with tankless innovative technology you’ll never run out of hot water.
Traditional water heaters can take up to 16 square feet of valuable floor space. However, tankless water heaters are about the size of a carry-on suitcase and can be installed on virtually any wall inside or outside of your home.
Clean, Fresh Water
Traditional tank-style water heaters can build up rust and scale inside the tank, where the hot water you use for bathing and drinking is stored. With a tankless water heater you will experience fresh, clean water that is heated on demand, as it passes through the unit.
Tankless water heaters have a typical life of up to 20 years. This can be twice as long as a tank style unit.
IS IT TIME TO REPLACE MY WATER HEATER?
The average life expectancy of a water heater is between 8 and 12 years. If your water heater was installed over 8 years ago or is exhibiting any of the following signs, your water heater needs to be serviced or replaced:
- Rust or sediment in your hot water
- Unusual odors in your hot water which are often very metallic and unpleasant
- Noises that sound like rocks in the tank, especially when the water is heating
- Water leaks around the heater or under the water heater
- Lower volume of hot water