Water Heating OPTIONS

Gas Tanks


6-12 year warranty

 Eco-friendly burner, low NOx design

 40, 48, 50 and 55 gallon capacities

Electric Tanks


Marathon Lifetime Warranty on Some Tank 

The most durable electric water heater

High efficiency design  

impervious to rust and corrosion

30, 40, 50, 85 and 100 gallon capacities



 High Efficiency with 12 year warranty

Built-in Re-circulation for instant Hot Water

Reduces Water Waste up to 12,000 Gallons a Year!

High Efficiency


 ENERGY STAR® rated 

WiFi Echo Net compatible 

Leak detection

 Delivers hot water faster than other electric



 Delivers Up to 45% More Hot Water

Improves Gallon Capacity and Performance

Compatible With Both Gas and Electric Tanks

Extended warranty's & Upgrades


4 Year additional warranty, Expansion tanks, 

Drip pans, Smart water sensing systems,

WiFi Smart Thermostats

Do you know your Tank?

Conventional Tank VS Tank-less Style Water Heaters

 Your water heater is the most under appreciated appliance you own.  We never give a thought to the water heater until the day that there is no hot water!  If it is time to replace your water heater, there are several options.  We install gas hot water heaters and electric hot water heaters.  There are several options for both sources of energy to provide for your hot water needs. 

 These water heaters fill with cold water which is heated by gas or electricity and held for later use.  Conventional tank water heaters have a lower initial purchase price.  The heating element runs throughout the day keeping the full tank of water at the desired temperature. 

If there is an electrical outage, you can still have hot water with a gas heated hot water tank.  Problems can occur with traditional tanks because they do run higher energy expenses.   When using a lot of hot water, with multiple showers, laundry, etc., an exhausted hot water supply means waiting for the tank to re-heat again.  Water that sits in a tank can cause some rust and corrosion of the tank, causing possible leaks.  A 10 year life span for a conventional water heater can be expected.

Tank-less heaters heat the water when you need it.  While having a more expensive initial cost, they use less energy because they are not keeping water heated around the clock but only when you turn on the hot water, saving you money in the long run.  There is no recovery time to replace hot water in the tank.  Without the tank, they take up less space in your home.  Because tank-less water heaters do not store water, there is no possibility of leaking or flooding.  The lifespan of a tank-less water heater is twice as long as conventional tank heaters. 

If it is time to think about replacing your water heater, let J&J Plumbing help you make the decision.  Deciding which option is best is up to you.  We’ll provide information on all options so you can make the best decision. 


Other Services We offer

When you choose J&J Plumbing, Heating & Cooling you can rest easy knowing we can handle any job from a dripping faucet to the most complex plumbing and heating system installations.  We know the value of staying on the cutting edge of advances in plumbing technology and training our technicians accordingly.  Whether you need repairs, construction or additions, drain and sewer cleaning or gas work,  J&J Plumbing, Heating & Cooling has you covered.