Company history and description:We are a father-son business with over 45 years of experience and we strive for 100% customer satisfaction. Ask your friends or neighbors about us. We most likely have provided quality heating or cooling services for them or someone they know. As the business owner, I am personally present on every installation that we do. Quallet HVAC is fully insured, bonded and licensed, and all parts and labor come with a certified warranty.
Traditionally a tank style water heater has an insulated tank of 40 or 50 gallons that is kept hot by a gas or electric heat source. When you turn on a hot water faucet, water from this reservoir is sent to that faucet and mixed with cold for the desired temperature. Lifespan on a typical tank water heater is 8-10 years. Failure of a hot water heater can be gradual, or catastrophic (imagine you're away and your tank goes, dumping 50 gallons of water in your basement - and the refill line that tries to keep your tank full runs until you realize you have a foot of water in the house!
Within the last few years, tank less style water heaters have started to catch on. Instead of paying to keep a supply of water heated all of the time, a tank less water heater heats water "on-the-fly". When you open a hot water faucet, the unit is triggered and a heating element kicks on to instantly heat water passing through the unit on it's way to your faucet.