Water Heater Repair, Installation & Replacement Services in Toronto GTA Ontario.

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Water Heater Repair, Installation & Replacement Services

Commodore Group in Toronto Ontario is a licensed HVAC contractor, we provide water heater services, water heater installation, water heater repair and tankless water heater services in Toronto area Ontario, our service areas is the greater Toronto area of Ontario. As your water heater is used day in and day out, expect to have to perform some amount of repair. If repair is not an option, we will help you determine the best replacement. Water heater repairs with Commodore Group Heating & Air Conditioning are upfront, cost-efficient, and effective. You can trust our licensed HVAC for satisfactory service. some of the water heater problem symptoms are;

  • the water heater is Not supplying adequate hot water
  • the water heater is Taking a long time to heat water
  • the water heater is Leaking from the water heater tank
  • the water heater is Making noise from the water heater tank
  • The water heaters burner has no flame
  • the water heater has a Defected gas valve
  • The flame sensor of the water heater is defected
Water Heater Repair, Installation & Replacement Services in Toronto GTA Ontario.

Lifespan of a Water Heater Tank

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Depending on the type of water heater you currently have in your home, life expectancy can range anywhere from 11 years to 20 years. If you would like to find out if your water heater is due for a replacement, feel free to reach out to your local Commodore Group Heating & Air Conditioning. We can come to your house, inspect your water heater, and help you determine the best replacement timeline and option.

Is your water heater at the end of its lifespan? Time to replace it with a new system? Commodore Group Heating & Air Conditioning® is ready to help! We provide fast, affordable, and efficient water heater replacement across Toronto ON. We also make sure that your new system is compliant with the new federally mandated energy efficiency standards. While newer water heaters may have more upfront costs, they provide greater savings in the long-run with improved heating efficiency and lower water heating bills. These newer systems are expected to lead to around 16% or more in savings on water heating bills. Learn more about our water heater installation service.

Water Heaters: 4 Main Types of Water Heaters

Whether your water heater is failing to produce anything but lukewarm water, has sprung a leak, or is simply outdated, Commodore Group Heating & Air Conditioning can help you find the perfect replacement for your home. We can replace your current system with the following types:

rheem power vent gas water heater

Power Vent Water Heaters

rinnai tankless gas water heater

Tankless Water Heaters

rheem electric water heater

Electric Water Heaters

Atmospheric Water Heaters

Atmospheric Water Heaters

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Proper maintenance can help prevent costly water heater repairs. As we inspect your water heater, we can quickly repair minor issues before they become major ones. However, if you do experience major water heater problems, we offer 24/7 emergency services at no extra charge. The quicker you call, the more quickly we will be able to help you get your home up and running again!

Water Heater Maintenance Tips

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There are several easy and inexpensive ways to increase a water heater’s operating efficiency and longevity. Some things—adding insulation and setting the temperature—have to be done only once. Others, such as flushing the tank and checking the anode rod, should be done annually.

The benefits of caring for your water heater are clear. Adding insulation reduces heat loss by up to 45 percent and can shave as much as 9 percent off water-heating costs. Flushing sediment from the tank improves efficiency and longevity. And making sure a viable anode rod hangs in the tank will help prevent its inside from rusting out. A used-up rod is far cheaper to replace than a new heater.

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We Are Certified HVAC Contractors Servicing Residential Commercial and Industrial Areas. We Will Provide You with A Free Estimate for Any Water Heater Work, Tankless HVAC Services in Toronto GTA Ontario .

FAQs: Water Heater’s Efficiency

Shut off the power and the cold-water supply valve. Place a bucket under the pipe connected to the temperature-pressure-release (TPR) valve on the top or side of the cold-water tank. (This valve opens if the tank pressure gets too high.) Lift the valve’s tab to let some water out, then let go. If water keeps flowing, drain the tank partway, unscrew the old valve with a pipe wrench, and install a new one.

Put a hose to the tank’s drain cock and let out a few gallons of water. Now fit a 1 1/16-inch socket onto the rod’s hex head on top of the Water heater (or under its top plate) and unscrew the rod. If it’s less than ½ inch thick or coated with calcium, buy a new one, wrap its threads with Teflon tape, put it back in the tank, and tighten securely. Use this segmented rod if headroom above the tank is limited.

Drain the remaining water in the Water heater tank into the bucket, then stir up the sediment on the tank’s bottom by briefly opening the cold-water supply valve. Drain and repeat until clean water comes out of the hose. Close the drain cock, refill the tank, and turn its power back on.

Find the temperature dial on the side of the Water heater tank and unscrew its cover. Adjust the dial to 120 degrees using a flathead screwdriver. For every 10 degrees the temperature is lowered, you can expect to save up to 5 percent in energy costs. Turn the water heater off or the thermostat down to its lowest setting if you plan to be away from home for more than three days.

Buy some self-sticking 3/8-inch-thick foam pipe insulation that matches the pipes’ diameter. Slide the foam over the hot-and cold-water pipes as far as you can reach. Insulating the cold-water pipe prevents condensation in summer. Peel the tape and squeeze the insulation closed. If the pipe is 6 inches or less from the flue, cover it with 1-inch-thick unfaced fibreglass pipe wrap.

Cut the insulating blanket to fit around pipes, the TPR valve, and the temperature control sticking out of the tank. Wrap the side of the Water heater tank, and seal cuts with foil tape. Do not cover the tops of oil or gas heaters. Cap an electric heater with an oversized circle of insulation, and tape its edge securely to the side of the tank.