We carry a full range of Navien’s residential tankless water heaters, including the award-winning, ultra-high efficiency NPE-Standard and NPE-Advanced lines.
Their units are designed to be compact and energy efficient, with the Advanced line including bonus comfort features like a recirculation pump for faster water delivery and a buffer tank for more consistent temperatures.
Turn energy savings into money savings with up to $1000 in FortisBC rebates on a Navien tankless water heater.
While we recommend Navien heaters, we install all tankless water heater makes and models.
Installation covers everything, including:
If your tankless water heater isn’t working or just hasn’t been performing the way it used to, we’ll solve the problem.
We repair issues like:
With regular maintenance, a tankless water heater can last for up to 2X as long as a traditional water heater.
Our maintenance service includes:
Our team of certified technicians is fully trained and equipped to help you with all your plumbing and heating issues. We are licensed, bonded, and insured by BC.
Call or book an appointment and get your free estimate. Our certified technicians will find your problem then provide solutions and payment options.
What we quote is what we charge. There are absolutely no hidden fees and no unnecessary services. No surprises, just great service and results.
With the highest quality plumbing and heating supplies on the market, we guarantee that the quality of service you receive from our certified technicians is world-class.
Customer by customer, job by job, we’ve earned a reputation for quality service. See what customers say after working with us.
In Vancouver, it typically costs between $4000 to $8000 to install a tankless water heater (including the unit). The range in price comes from the complexity of the system, the layout of your home, and the unit you choose to install.
A tankless water heater isn’t necessarily hard to install. However, compared to a traditional water heater, there are more steps involved in installing a tankless unit, like adding ventilation and adjusting the gas flow rate to meet the unit’s needs.
The actual answer to this question really depends on how much water your family uses. In general, if you have a family of four you should look for a tankless water heater that’s rated at 8-10 gallons per minute (for gas units) or 20-28 kW (for electric units).
If you’d like to find out more about choosing the right hot water tank for your home, be sure to check out our Hot Water Tank Buyer’s Guide.
For sure! You just need to make sure you’re buying a unit that can heat water quickly enough to keep up with your household’s needs. If you’re not sure, just chat with one of our tankless water heater experts — they’ll help you pick out a unit that works for your family.