Water heaters come in two forms: tanked and tankless. Whether you need to choose and install a new unit, replace or upgrade or repair, we can provide you with the guidance needed to make the right choice for your needs, home, and budget.
Traditional water tank rental
Why rent from a “Rental Company” when you can rent your water heater from your local heating professionals? We are locally owned and operated and can provide service to you promptly when needed.
- Local service: We are located within your community and over 40 service trucks which means we are able to provide faster, better service when you call
- Fully transferable: The rental is transferred to the new homeowner should you sell your home
- Easy payment: Just like Direct Energy™, your Bosco Home Services rental water heater will be conveniently billed on your gas bill
- Hassle-free tank replacement: We will return your old tank to Direct Energy™.
- Low rates and rate increase protection: Not only do we offer low rates, the rate will be protected with a 2.5% rate increase guarantee
Also, if you are currently renting a water tank from a competitor, we will replace your current water heater rental for free.
Tankless water heaters
There are many advantages of having a tankless water heater over a traditional unit.
- Much more economical than traditional units because tankless water heaters only heats water as it is needed
- Unlimited amount of hot water
- Simultaneous use across a number of outlets without affecting performance
- Tankless units also tend to last up to 2-3 times longer than traditional units
- Compact and can be installed almost anywhere in a home
- Suitable for homes of any size and amount of usage
Tank units have a finite amount of heated water, while a tankless unit can heat water only when it is required. That closet that used to contain your traditional water heater can now be used as additional storage.
How long do tankless units typically last?
Tankless units usually come with a warranty of up to 15 years, but most last for 20 years or more. When you compare this to an average lifespan of 6-8 years for a traditional water heater, the savings are enormous.
If you still have a traditional water heater, your best option would be to replace it with a tankless system.