All our work is guaranteed and covered under our no-hassle warranty. We offer competitive rates and no hidden costs.
Norm’s Plumbing and Heating is the best hot water tank installation team in Nanaimo. With 13 certified plumbers, you can count on us to be there that day (most cases within the hour).
At Norm’s plumbing and heating we have the experience it takes to service, repair and install hot water tanks for our customers in Nanaimo and beyond.
At Norms Plumbing and Heating, our top priority is to minimize any inconvenience you may face due to hot water issues. We understand that problems can arise at any time, including weekends. That’s why we always keep a stock of hot water tanks available during weekends to ensure that you never have to go without hot water for long. Our proactive approach means that even if your hot water system decides to quit working on a Saturday or Sunday, you can rely on us to provide a hassle-free solution, ensuring that your weekend plans remain uninterrupted.
Signs of Leakage:
If you notice either of these, please call us right away as your water heater is now a ticking time bomb, waiting to cause major damage to your home.
Tankless water heater systems outlast traditional water heaters by nearly double, offering homeowners a more efficient and cost-effective hot water solution. With their compact design, on-demand hot water supply, and energy-saving features, they provide both convenience and long-term savings. To delve deeper into the benefits and inner workings of tankless water heater systems, click here to discover more about this sustainable and enduring technology.
– A Way To Give Back –
The tanks for lunch program is a way for us to give back to our community in our own way. We have partnered with the Nanaimo Ladysmith School Foundation to create a donation program.
The Nanaimo Ladysmith School Foundation is a paid/volunteer organization that took child hunger under their belt. They decided to make a difference in our community by creating a food program for children in need. 1/3 children in Canada live in poverty, meaning they go to school hungry. The school foundation provides lunches and meals for children in all Schools in Nanaimo and Ladysmith.
Knowing these facts, we knew we had to help out. That’s where the idea of Tanks for lunch was created. So we decided that from every water heater install, we would donate a portion directly to the foundation.
To Date we have Donated: $26,250
you have questions
How long does a hot water tank last?
The average life expectancy of a hot water tank is 8-10 years
What do I do if my water heater is leaking?
If you notice your hot water tank is leaking you should turn off the supply valve, and then call your plumber to have it replaced.
Where is the shut off valve on a hot water tank?
The supply valve that feeds the hot water tank is located on the cold supply line. There is a stamp on the top of the tank indicating which pipe is the cold one.
What is the best tankless water heater brand?
Rinnai makes the best tankless water heater. A Rinnai tankless water heater has a long lifespan, in fact, it can last up to two times as long as a traditional water heater. When purchased from Norms plumbing and heating, you also receive a generous warranty to give you piece of mind. With this premium product, you’ll save both time and money. Rinnai is the smartest water heating investment.
What are the benefits of tankless water heaters?
Rinnai tankless water heaters have many benefits, such as:
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How do I tell the age of my water heater?
You can find the age of your water heater by looking at the “rating plate” on the side of the tank. Sometimes though it is embedded in a code in the serial number. If you have any questions, feel free to call us.
What is the valve on the side of my water heater?
The valve on the side (or top) of your water heater is the Temperature and Pressure relief valve. It is designed to relieve excess pressure or heat to protect the tank. It is vital that these valve work. Sometimes, they will expel water, if they do, its best that you call a plumber.