We offer rental water heaters at a cheaper price than our competitors, and we can prove it.
Guaranteed we’re not the only water heating company here in Southern Ontario, but that’s a good thing. Competition brings about cheaper prices for consumers. Its fast and simple to Google anything, you can have 10+ companies vying for your business in a single search. We hope you choose us to be one of the few that get an opportunity to offer you a quote.
There is a good chance you have a reliance water heater and you have chosen to rent your system. We offer identical rental water heaters at a reduced cost as well as the new tankless systems.
Your conventional tank type Reliance water heater in the the basement or closet is always running, while you sleep, work, go on vacation, etc. A tankless water heater is an on demand system. That mean the moment you want hot water it turns on until the moment you shut off your tap; it only runs when you need hot water and is completely shut off at all other times.
A Tankless water heater is super efficient as well, up into the high 95 percent plus range. The conventional tank you rent from Reliance is probably only 50 percent efficient at best.
It may be time to move your rental Reliance water heater over to us and get an ultra efficient tankless system at nearly the same price your paying to rent you inefficient model. Reliance has no contracts and no penalties to leave so switching is an easy process.
Give us a call today to discuss your opportunity to get a rental tankless water heater.
The Canadian Competition Bureau has issued a fine of 25 million dollars to both Direct Energy and Reliance Comfort. The charges suggest that the two water heater rental companies have been gouging customers and making it ridiculously difficult to end contracts. Both Direct Energy and Reliance offer rental water heaters throughout Ontario.
Critics suggest that the industry is mainly a big scam as the cost of renting a water heater is nearly high enough to cover the cost of owing one. In addition the penalties to exit a contract are exorbitant and designed to confuse and frustrate a customer into giving up.
Interestingly this isn’t the first time that Direct Energy has been in hot water. In 2002 following a similar investigation the Competition Bureau enforced new rules and conduct guidelines that Enbridge Services (now Direct Energy) was required to follow under a 10 year consent order. The investigation found that Direct Energy re-engaged in the sleazy conduct in February of 2012.
As for Reliance, the company was apparently in a co-operative discussion regarding its hot water tank return policy. They also suggested that the company had initiated the difficult return policy in an attempt to thwart rival water heater companies.
I cant think of a better reason to simply purchase your own water heater, be that a tankless or just your conventional power vent. The rental business can be full of bureaucracy and technicalities. If you must have the peace of mind that comes with a full service, 24 hour emergency replacement then it might be worthwhile to look into maintenance plans. These are usually only 5-10 bucks a month, depending on equipment and gives you a full sense of security, oh ya, also no long term contract.
Interested in moving away form a rental and into owning your water heater?
We have helped many of our customers escape their long term contracts.