Water Heaters

Rinnai Tankless Water Heaters

Tankless Water Heater

Rinnai Tankless Solutions Give You the Power to Live Better

An endless supply of hot water, whenever you need it—even for multiple tasks at the same time. Tankless Water Heaters revolutionize comfort, energy efficiency and convenience.

Indirect Sidearm Water Heaters

 
The Smart Choice in Indirect Fired Water Heaters
STAINLESS STEEL

The decision to use stainless steel for the manufacture of the "Tank in Tank" was made in the 60's. It was chosen for its well established reliability and advantages over other materials, namely: Stainless steel is stable at elevated temperatures above 180ºF, which is not the case for tanks manufactured from mild steel protected by a glass lined coating. It is for this reason that some manufacturers include a clause in their guarantee limiting the DHW storage temperatures to 140°F or even 130°F. Stainless steel, as its name suggests, is resistant to corrosion. The protective coatings in an enameled tank can be damaged by a shock during transportation, unloading or maneuvering it into position. This is not the case with stainless steel. Last, but not least, a stainless steel tank does not need a sacrificial anode. This is a major advantage versus conventional water heaters. Stainless steel is also universally recognized for its hygienic properties and is frequently used in the manufacture of items for the food industry and for surgical instruments. There is little chance of its use being questioned on the basis of it being a health hazard. Conversely, protective coatings, i.e. enameling cannot be examined everyday and their failure could lead to unhealthy consequences.

TANK-IN-TANK

There are two major types of water heaters, those with coils and the twin walled tank. The water heater which we manufacture, the "Tank-in-Tank", doesn't fall within either of these categories. The difference between our water heaters and those with coils is clear since in the former the primary fluid heats the domestic hot water from the outside while the other heats it from the inside out. On the other hand the twin walled water heaters have an area near the bottom which is not heated and the heat transfer surface is smaller than in the "Tank-in-Tank".

The most important characteristic of the "Tank-in-Tank" system is its capability for auto-descaling and its long life expectancy combined with the reduced requirement for regular maintenance.

Rheem Water Heaters


These water heaters utilize a draft diverter and are atmospherically vented with capacities ranging from 29 to 60 gallons and inputs ranging from 30,000-50,000 BTU/Hr. These models are perfect for many standard water heating applications.

So what can you expect as an Avalanche Heating, Cooling, and Plumbing customer?

  • Quality and value from a locally owned and operated company.
  • Flexible appointments that fit your schedule.
  • Fast service 24 hours a day - 7 days a week.
  • Trained service professionals that you can trust in your home.
  • People who will treat your home or business with the respect it deserves.
  • A written, flat-rate estimate you approve first before any work begins.
  • Industry leading warranties and guarantees.
  • 100% satisfaction guarantee

How is Avalanche different from other service companies?

Avalanche differentiates itself by our commitment to exceed your expectations on every service experience.

The emphasis on making that experience a pleasant one is woven into everything we do. It is our goal to find the best solutions for your needs with custom tailored approach with your family.

We aim to find the right products and services to best fit your budget, expectations, and needs to be able to guarantee 100% satisfaction.