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Evergeeen Construction Group

Evergeeen Construction Group

5.0 (8)
We strive to provide nothing but the best to all of our customers. We provide Electrical & Plumbing services. We always provide free estimates. We have been providing quality Electrical & Plumbing work in the greater puget sound area for 18 years. 
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JJ Handyman”s Service

JJ Handyman”s Service

4.6 (5)
The quality and a honest hard working people 
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Glenview Building

Glenview Building

5.0 (4)
Construction  landscaping  Plumbing by trade 
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Plumbing Experts NW

Plumbing Experts NW

4.7 (3)
Here at Plumbing Experts NW our goal is to find the solution that best meets the customers needs at an affordable price and complete the job proficiently.
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Anthony Plumbing & Repair

Anthony Plumbing & Repair

4.7 (3)
I offer the experience and quality of the biggest and best plumbing companies in the Seattle area, but at the small guy price!
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Day & Night Drain Rite Plumbing Service

Day & Night Drain Rite Plumbing Service

5.0 (2)
Low prices with high quality, honesty. All my clients are return customers.
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Hardworking Handyman LLC

Hardworking Handyman LLC

5.0 (1)
We perform quality work and craftsmanship that meet contractor board standards, along with integrity, and affordability with competitive pricing. We pick up and deliver any materials you buy from home depot that we install after you hire us.
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Puget Sound Plumbing & Heating

Puget Sound Plumbing & Heating

5.0 (1)
Puget Sound Plumbing and Heating is family owned and operated with over 20-years of experience in the field and a CPA on staff. Our experience and knowledge has us focused on building a strong business centered on providing quality service at a fair price. Our dedication to our customer base keeps them coming back to us for all their plumbing and heating/cooling needs.
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Day & Nite Plumbing & Heating Inc

Day & Nite Plumbing & Heating Inc

Residential and commercial plumbing, heating and A/C services. Serving Snohomish and King Counties since 1954. We have found that when our customers call us to help them with their plumbing they don’t every want to think about their plumbing ever again. They want someone they can trust that isn’t putting a band aide on the problem or just showing up to plant a flag and sell work for a later date. We feel we meet that need in a very real way. All our Plumbers are required to keep up on all the State Required CEUs (Continuing Education) and maintain their license. Our intent is to fix the job the first time, so all our plumbers ... View Profile
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Day & Nite Plumbing & Heating

Day & Nite Plumbing & Heating

"Always here during assigned time. Treat property with care and are thorough and explain what they are doing and what they intend to do. Friendly and reliable staff." -Actual quote from our customer Richard We've been around since 1954. We strive to provide innovative technology and services to families in our community that need help in their home or business. Your safety and comfort is our top priority!
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Compass Plumbing & Drain Services

Compass Plumbing & Drain Services

Compass Plumbing is a locally owned and operated emergency service plumbing company that is located in Puyallup. If you are experiencing low water pressure, high water bills, or leaky plumbing let Compass get your plumbing flowing in the right direction. Our staff of highly trained plumbers are skilled at residential,commercial, and industrial plumbing and drain services. We are available 24/7 to address your emergency plumbing needs. We always honor our military, senior citizens, returning clients and new referrals with preferred pricing. ... View Profile
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All Climate Heating And Air Conditioning

All Climate Heating And Air Conditioning

With over two decades of peerless service, All Climate Heating & Air Conditioning has become a leader in western Washington heating and air conditioning service. Our company is proudly family owned and operated and we bring that spirit to every customer interaction we have. No matter if you need a simple service checkup, or a full system installation, we will treat you as we would our own friends and family. Whether you have a traditional HVCA system, or a geothermal setup, we have the highly-trained and motivated technicians, experience and customer focus that have separated us from the crowd for decades. ... View Profile
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Sunworks Llc

Sunworks Llc

Sunworks specializes in installation, service and repair of radiant floor, hydronic and solar hot water heating and cooling systems.  We install and service gas, oil and electric boilers. geothermal air and hot water heat pumps and most other types of forced air heating and cooling systems.  We have over 25 years of experience in hydronic heating and cooling systems with installation covering most of the greater Puget Sound area.  If your building new, we can help with a design that will fit your buget.  Got an old system that needs help,then our award winning service department is the one to call. Weather you need a new i ... View Profile
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Frequently asked questions

How much does tankless water heater installation cost?

Tankless water heater installation costs $800 to $3,500 on average, depending on the brand, fuel source, flow rate, and labor rates. Tankless hot water heater prices are $300 to $2,100 for a gas or electric on-demand system, plus $300 to $2,500 for installation labor.


Do tankless water heaters save money?

Tankless water heaters save $40 to $200 per year on energy costs and are 8% to 34% more energy-efficient than traditional water heaters.


How long do tankless water heaters last?

Tankless water heaters last 10 to 20 years on average. In comparison, traditional tank water heaters last 8 to 15 years on average.


Are tankless water heaters worth it?

A tankless water heater is worth it for homeowners who want an endless hot water supply and increased home value. Tankless water heaters are more energy-efficient and save $40 to $200 per year on energy costs, but cost more to install. Most homeowners see a total return on their investment after 20 years.


How long does it take to install a tankless water heater?

Tankless water heater installation takes 3 to 10 hours for a new install or 2 to 4 hours to replace an existing tankless unit. New tankless water heater installs require upgraded gas supply lines, new venting, and a new electrical outlet.


Who installs tankless water heaters near me?

Plumbing companies install gas and electric tankless water heaters. Home Depot and Lowe's also offer tankless water heater installation through their network of licensed plumbers.


What is a tankless water heater?

A tankless water heater provides hot water on demand, heating water only when needed rather than continuously using fuel to heat water in a storage tank. When a hot water tap is turned on, cold water travels through the heat exchanger in the tankless unit and is warmed instantly.

  • Whole-house tankless systems deliver hot water to all the fixtures and appliances throughout the home.
  • Point-of-use tankless models are smaller units designed to provide hot water to a single fixture or appliance.

Where to install a tankless water heater?

Plumbers can install tankless water heaters on inside or outside walls, including utility rooms, attics, garages, or basements. Tankless water heaters can also be installed in place of an old tank water heater if the area provides enough combustion air. Tankless units installed outside can freeze and needs protection from the weather, direct sunlight, rain, and bugs.


How do I know if I need a new water heater?

Signs a water heater is going out:

  • Rusty, discolored, or metallic-tasting water
  • Loud clanging, knocking, gurgling, or whining noises
  • Hot water that runs out quickly
  • Low water pressure
  • Foul odor coming from hot water
  • Low or irregular water temperature, or no hot water at all
  • Leaks at the base of the tank or around the pipes at the top of the tank

Will a tankless water heater work without electricity?

A tankless water heater does not work without electricity. Natural gas and propane tankless water heaters need electricity to operate the internal PC board, ignition, and thermostat.


Is a gas or electric tankless water heater better?

Gas tankless water heaters have many advantages over electric on-demand systems.

Gas tankless systems are:

  • More energy-efficient and saves $150 to $300 in annual operating costs
  • Warranty lasts up to 5 years longer
  • Provides a higher gallons-per-minute (GPM)
  • Most gas units are eligible for a $300 federal tax credit

Electric tankless water heaters are:

  • Cheaper to install
  • Easier to repair

How to find tankless water heater plumbers near me?

Finding reputable contractors requires planning, researching, and asking questions. To hire the best:

  • Get at least three estimates from plumbers to compare.
  • Look for plumbers with experience installing tankless water heaters.
  • Select companies that are licensed, insured, and bonded.
  • Check out their reviews and previous work on HomeGuide, Google, and the Better Business Bureau (BBB).
  • Make sure the quote includes removal of the old water heater.
  • Ask about their guarantees.
  • Get an itemized estimate, contract, and warranty in writing before the work begins.
  • Avoid making payments upfront. Pay after installation is completed.

What questions should I ask tankless water heater installers?

When looking to hire a plumber near you, ask them the following questions:

  • Which type of water heater do you have the most experience installing?
  • What flow rate and temperature rise should my tankless water heater be able to handle?
  • Would a gas, propane, or electric tankless water heater be best for my home, and why?
  • Which tankless water heater brands do you offer, and why do you recommend those brands?
  • Are there any manufacturer rebates available?
  • Does your estimate include removing and disposing of the old water heater? If not, how much extra will that cost?
  • What additional costs should I expect?
  • What permits do I need, and will you obtain them?
  • How long will the installation take?
  • How long is the warranty, and what does it cover?
  • How long will the water heater last, and what can I do to make it last longer?
  • What kind of maintenance will my new tankless water heater require?
  • What payment methods do you accept?
  • What do I need to provide to get started?

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