Water Heater Installation & Service
Paragon Heating and Home Comfort Solutions services and installs tank and tankless hot water heaters. An essential item in your home, we provide maintenance, repair and replacements.
Traditional tank water heaters provide a large volume of low-cost hot water. Fuel sources can be propane, natural gas or electricity. They are the most common way to heat water in the United States.
Tankless water heaters can provide an endless supply of hot water, or “hot water on demand”. They only provide hot water when you need it. You never have to worry about running out of hot water, no matter how many hot water draws you have in a row.
For more information please feel free to give us a call at (360) 658-9500.
Achieve your home comfort goals with one of our water heaters
Direct Vent water heaters utilize a co-axial (pipe inside a pipe) vent pipe that takes air in from the outside (outer vent) and vents combustion gases directly back to the outside (outer vent). It is the perfect choice for situations with insufficient combustion air. No electricity required. See available models at www.bradfordwhite.com
Our line of upright electric models features the power of the Hydrojet® Total Performance System and the convenience of electricity. Available in single and double element models, these water heaters give you the power you need to heat water with electricity. See available models at www.bradfordwhite.com.
Our Power Vent (TTW®) models are power vented for positive exhaust. They offer greater installation flexibility with the ability to vent through a wall or roof, with either 2" or 3" PVC, ABS or CPVC pipe. They offer an increased amount of hot water available at a usable temperature in less time than normal. See available models at www.bradfordwhite.com.
Professional Classic Plus® Atmospheric gas water heaters are engineered for more hot water at a low operating cost. See more at www.rheem.com.
FHR: 54 - 90 gallons
Exclusive air/fuel shut-off device
Maintenance free – no filter to clean
½” gas pipe capable up to 24’
Field convertible gas system
Ultra condensing efficiency
Dual stainless steel heat exchangers
Low NOx emissions (≤ 20ppm)
SCH 40, 2” venting up to 60’
"Their service was courteous, communicative and they were the only HVAC service I called who Immediately diagnosed the problem."
— Seattle C., Seattle, WA
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