Did you know that water heating can account for 14 to 25 percent of the energy consumed in your home or business? When you choose the right water heater you can reduce your monthly water heating bills. At HBP, water heaters are our business. We specialize in water heater installation and repair, and have been serving the area since 1988. Our experts know the pros and cons of different types of water heaters and they know what can go wrong and how to fix any problems. Our certified staff is just a phone call away.
Combined, HBP’s diverse technical staff has more than 130 years of water heater and plumbing experience. Our technicians are licensed by the state of Georgia and 99 percent of the time, they’re able to fix any water heater problems completely in just one service call. That’s because we arrive with completely equipped vehicles, so there is no need to wait for parts.
Storage tank water heaters are still considered the most popular type of water heating systems for the home. The water is heated in a 20 to 80 gallon tank and is stored there until it’s needed. Storage tank water heaters are said to be the least expensive to buy and install; however, experts say they use more energy to keep the entire tank of water hot so you can use it when needed. Call HBP’s expert technicians for all your water heater needs.
Tankless water heaters only provide hot water as needed. When a hot water tap is turned on, cold water will go through a pipe, into the unit, and then a gas or electric element heats the water. They avoid the standby heat losses associated with storage tank water heaters. Tankless water heaters also deliver a constant supply of hot water. When considering what type of water heater to buy, the big question is whether the energy savings will be enough to offset the higher purchase price and installation. HBP Atlanta water heater certified experts can discuss the pros and cons of this type of water heater system and recommend the best type of water heater for your home.
Electric heat pump water heaters are hybrids and are also considered to be more efficient. With these systems, a heat pump unit is added to a regular-style electric water heater to heat water. Heat pump water heaters use electricity to move heat from one place to another. Call HBP Water Heaters the experts to help you decide on the proper water heater for your home or business.
Tankless coil and indirect water heaters use a home’s space heating system to heat water. They use a heating coil or heat exchanger installed in a main furnace or boiler to provide hot water on demand without a tank. They work most efficiently during cold months when the heating system is used regularly; however, they may not be the best choice for homes in warmer climates. Indirect water heaters use the main furnace or boiler to heat a fluid that goes through a heat exchanger in a storage tank. Since the energy stored by the water tank allows the furnace to turn off and on less often it can be the least expensive water heater. HBP technicians have specific knowledge about tankless coil and indirect water heaters and are available any time you need service or need to discuss water heater options.
Point of use water heaters have no tanks and supply heat to water at a certain location. They can be a smaller unit that can fit under a sink or a larger unit to supply an entire home. HBP technicians can explain your options when it comes to water heaters. With more than 24 years as water heater specialists, they know how to install, repair or maintain the best water heater for your needs.
HBP warranties its work for 30 days, and will return to fix any problems at no charge during that period.
HBP services the entire metro Atlanta Area including Fulton, Clayton, Spalding, Douglas, Cobb, DeKalb, Rockdale, Cherokee and Gwinnett Counties. We also service many of the extended areas, call for availablility.
HBP Water Heaters
5345 N. Lake Drive
Lake City, Georgia 30260
HBP Water Heaters
P.O. Box 99
Forest Park, GA 30298
8:00 am - 5:00 pm