Types of Water Heaters in the Boulder and Denver Metro Area

Most homes have a standard 40 or 50-gallon gas water heater, which our plumbers expertly and efficiently replace every day. We also offer interesting alternatives to standard tanks, including high-efficiency tankless systems, electric models, and boiler sidearm tanks.

Standard Water Heaters

It’s a feeling you’re probably aware of, and there’s almost no greater shock than a shower that turns the instantly cold first thing in the morning.

Having a good water heater that can meet the needs of your family and household is important to keeping everyone happy, with hearts beating normally.

Standard Water Heaters are what most homes have.

Bradford White Standard Water Heater

Sealed Combustion Water Heaters

Do you prefer a tank-type water heater, but your home can’t accommodate a vent pipe run up thru the roof?

Or, is your water heater in a location where combustion air supply from inside your home is a potential safety or code issue?

A sealed combustion water heater may be the answer you’re looking for!

Sealed Combustion Bradford White Water Heater

Tankless Water Heaters

Do you want plenty of hot water in your home but don’t want to sacrifice the space needed for a traditional water heater, complete with a large storage tank? Maybe it’s time you looked into a gas-fired, whole-house tankless water heater.

Rinnai Tankless Water Heaters

Electric Water Heaters

Save Home Heat carries electric water heaters for the limited applications where a gas fired system is not feasible.

Electric Water Heater

Indirect Fired Water Heaters

Operating as a separate zone off your boiler, a sidearm tank, or indirect-fired water heater, provides hot water at the same efficiency level as your boiler, which is typically more efficient than a conventional gas water heater.

HTP Water Heater