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Residential Water Heaters

With so many energy efficient water heaters on the market today, there’s no reason you should ever run out of hot water in your Portland home. Midway Heating Company installs a variety of conventional storage-style water heaters from Reliance and tankless water heaters from Navien.

Save money with new water heater

You can save money by upgrading as a 10-year old water heater is less efficient. Midway offers a variety of electric and gas water heaters (storage-style and tankless) in varying capacities so we'll find the right model to fit your hot water needs and budget.

Please note that while Midway Heating installs new water heaters, we do not repair them.

Reliance Storage-style Water Heater

Reliance storage-style water heaters

Reliance self-cleaning water heaters are energy-efficient and built to stay that way as efficiency declines when sediment buildups. That's why our automatic self-cleaning feature won't send your water heating costs through the roof!

  • Gas and electric models
  • High efficiency will save you money
  • ENERGY STAR® qualified models
  • Self-cleaning feature keeps it running at peak efficiency
  • Variety of sizes and water-holding capacities
Navien Tankless Water Heater

Navien Tankless Water Heaters

Navien offers many models to fit your household. All have a high performance condensing tank that delivers hot water on demand while saving your money.

  • Heats water on demand
  • Endless hot water supply
  • 98% Energy efficiency
  • Leak detector
  • Space saving design

Tankless vs. storage-style

Tankless water heaters have no storage tank as they heat water on demand. Conventional water heaters have a storage tank of hot water ready for use (size of tank differs between models).

Which water heater is best?

Both have their advantages. Tankless water heaters can last up to 2 times longer than a storage-style water heater so while more expensive, they can be a better value because of their longer lifespan.

Consider your current type

If you have an electric water heater you may want to stay with an electric model as converting to gas for a tankless could be costly and depending on your location, you may not have access to natural gas.

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