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Why Homeowners Choose Us For Water Heating Services

  • Upgraded water heaters provide limitless hot water
  • Improve operating efficiencies by replacing inefficient equipment
  • Super-efficient HVAC components can cut heating and cooling costs by 30-50%

A water heater system (tank style) installed in a Chesapeake, VA home

Electric water heaters do not have to filter out gas, therefore there is no exhaust flue at the top, electric water heaters are one of the most expensive units to own.

It usually costs three times as much to heat the same amount of water with electricity as it does with gas.

Upgrading Your Hot Water Heater

Dr. Energy Saver is your reliable energy saving company specializing in water heater repairs, replacements and installations.

We provide a free home inspection and water heater estimates to homeowners that live in Virginia Beach, Newport News, Norfolk, Williamsburg, Portsmouth, Hampton, Chesapeake, Yorktown, Gloucester, Suffolk, Seaford, Smithfield, Poquoson, Carrollton, Toano, Lanexa, Hayes, Gloucester Point, Barhamsville, Fort Eustis, Surry, Fort Monroe, and their nearby cities and towns.

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Remarkably, 15% of your total home energy consumption is directly accountable from your home water heater. That's a significant portion of energy usage when you think about how often you use water compared to electricity. Older water heaters often correlate with expensive monthly utility bills and leaks.

Upgrading or improving your current water heater through Dr. Energy Saver can instantly help you reduce your monthly energy bill. Upgraded high-efficient water heater's are less likely to run out of hot water or spring a tank leak.

Contact us today by phone at 1-757-566-8622 or visit us online to schedule a Free Estimate for our water heater services.

We service water heaters in Virginia to improve energy efficiency

When it comes to water heaters, we're the company for you. Our trained experts offer fully warrantied work to solve all your water heating problems. Contact us today by phone or visit us online for a free water heating estimate. One of our specialists will inspect your water heater and diagnose what needs to be done to save your money and energy.

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Water heater models available to Virginia homeowners

Tank-type water heaters

A tank-type water heater - is the most common type of water heater used in the United States, but not necessarily the best. Tank-type water heaters use electric resistance elements and gas or oil as the heat source. In fact, you can save up to $50 a month by getting rid of an electric water heater in favor of a more efficient one.

Even with ample insulation, efficiency is limited because water sitting in the tank eventually cools and must be reheated. Standby heat loss causes this cycle to repeat 24/7, whether you're using hot water or not, and whether you're at home or away.

Older tank-type water heaters are not only prone to waste energy, their more likely to develop corrosion and leak water in your basement.

Interested in saving energy costs by eliminating standby heat loss? Then you may want to have a tankless water heater installed.

diagram of a tank-type water heater in Newport News, VA Tank-Type
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drawing of a tankless water heater, available in Williamsburg, Virginia Tankless
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Tankless water heaters

Tankless water heaters are compact. Tankless water heaters are about the size of a carry-on bag. A typical model can mount on a wall just about anywhere. Installation locations are flexible, especially since there's no need to worry about leaks or flooding.

Tankless water heaters are much more efficient than any kind of tank-type water heater. Without having a tank, tankless water heaters, heat water on demand - only as hot water is actually needed and used. When a sink or washing machine instructs the water heater for water that triggers the heating coil inside the water heater unit to warm the water.


When the tap is closed, the heat goes off and energy consumption stops. Because a tankless water heater eliminates standby heat loss, you're not paying to continually reheat water in a tank.
Unlike an old-fashioned tank-style heater that consumes energy heating and re-heating your water. If your house is empty all day, when you're on vacation, when you're asleep at night, a tankless water heater just sits and waits, consuming zero energy. It turns on when you turn on the hot water faucet, the washing machine or the dishwasher. 

Here are some benefits of tankless water heaters:

 

How big? If you replace a tank-type water heater with a tankless model, you could cut your hot water heating bill by as much as 45%!

We proudly serve the Virginia area including: Virginia Beach, Norfolk, Newport News, Hampton, Chesapeake, Portsmouth, Williamsburg, Yorktown, Suffolk, Gloucester, Seaford, Smithfield, Poquoson, Carrollton, Toano, Lanexa, Hayes, Gloucester Point, Barhamsville, Fort Eustis, Surry, Fort Monroe.

Water heater upgrades save you money and energy

Contact us by phone at 1-757-566-8622 or visit us online to schedule your free water heater estimate and inspections today.

Tank Type Water Heaters

A tank-type water heater (aka storage water heater) is the most common type of water heater used in the U.S., but not necessarily the best. Tank-type water heaters use electric resistance elements, gas or oil as the heat source. An electric tank-type water heater doesn't have a burner or flue like gas and oil versions, and cost the most to operate. In fact, you can save up to $50 a month by getting rid of an electric water heater in favor of a more efficient one.

Tank-type water heaters come in different sizes. A 60-gal. or 80-gal tank is adequate for most households. New ENERGY STAR tank-type water heaters are insulated to improve energy efficiency by reducing standby heat loss.

Even with ample insulation, efficiency is limited because when the water in the tank eventually cools to a preset temperature, it must be reheated. Standby heat loss causes this cycle to repeat 24/7, whether you're using hot water or not, and whether you're at home or away. If your water heater feels warm to the touch, it's losing more energy and costing more money than it should. When the burner shuts off, the heat in the water is released up the flue too - so exterior tank insulation can't fix the problem of the water cooling again, requiring constant reheating. Interested in saving energy costs by eliminating standby heat loss? Then you may want to have a tankless or demand water heater installed.

tank style water heater in Hampton, VA

Tankless Water Heaters

Tankless water heaters (aka demand water heaters) are becoming more and more popular because of how energy efficient they are. Unlike a tank-style heater that consumes energy heating and re-heating water, a tankless heater only heats water once, when a hot water tap is opened.

Standby heat loss is eliminated. Case studies have demonstrated that replacing an old tank-type water heater with a tankless model can cut water heating expenses by as much as 45%. Tankless heaters fueled by natural gas and propane are more efficient than electric models.

Tankless water heaters offer another advantage: They are very compact. A house-size model is about the size of a suitcase, and can be mounted on the wall. Most gas-fired models are direct-vent appliances, which means that they don't require a chimney. Instead, exhaust gas is vented outside through a pipe that extends through the wall.

If you are interested in saving money on water heating by installing a tankless water heater, talk with Dr. Energy Saver about this upgrade.

tankless water heater in Hampton, Virginia

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Cities in Charles City County, VA
Charles City

Cities in Hampton City County, VA
Fort Monroe
Hampton

Cities in Henrico County, VA
Henrico
Richmond
Sandston

Cities in James City County, VA
Toano
Williamsburg

Cities in New Kent County, VA
Barhamsville
Lanexa
New Kent
Providence Forge
Quinton

Cities in Newport News City County, VA
Fort Eustis
Newport News

Cities in Poquoson City County, VA
Poquoson

Cities in Williamsburg City County, VA
Williamsburg

Cities in York County, VA
Hampton
Seaford
Yorktown

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