Water Heaters & Boilers
Ready to ditch your ancient water heater? Trying to figure out what kind of water heater to buy or rent? Wardlaw Heating & Cooling carries a variety of water heaters for Algoma and the surrounding area. Our team can help you find the best product for your property, budget restraints and any other special requirements. We also stock a wide range of parts to make water heaters and boilers function like new again after a repair.
Wardlaw Heating & Cooling supplies and installs hot water storage tanks, tankless water heaters and combination boiler/water heaters. All of our water heaters can be rented or purchased with the exception of the oil fired, which is available for purchase only.
Types of water heaters we carry:
- Power vent propane or natural gas
- Electric water heaters
- Direct vent propane or natural gas
- Demand hot water units, propane or natural gas
- Chimney vent propane, natural gas or oil
We supply and install direct vent and chimney vent gas, oil, propane, and electric boilers. Boiler heating systems produce a cleaner form of heat that doesn’t have an abundance of dust particles and other allergens. Heat from a boiler is also said to be more comfortable because it’s not being forced all throughout a building’s ductwork. Lastly, the noise level of boilers is significantly lower than other types of heating systems.
Boiler systems are often preferred for customers looking to install radiant in-floor heating systems or for customers who are replacing electric baseboards and want to install a minimally invasive system into their already finished home.
A combi (or combination) boiler is an ingenious space-saving idea. A combi boiler is both a high-efficiency water heater and a central heating boiler, combined within one compact unit. Therefore, no separate hot water cylinder is required, offering space saving within the property. Further benefits of a combi boiler include hot water being delivered through your taps or shower all at high pressure. So, you can enjoy powerful showering without the need for a pump.