Northeast Water Heaters
For over 25 years Northeast Water Heaters has been serving Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts customers as a division of New England Boiler Works. We serve residential and small commercial properties with conventional storage, tankless on-demand, indirect, and hybrid systems.
Whether your property’s system is fueled by oil, gas, or electric, Northeast Water Heaters has the right water heater for your needs, featuring some of the best names in water heaters, like AO Smith, Navien, and HeatFlo.
Let our years of experience work for you in choosing the right type water heater to meet the needs of your property and your budget. Northeast Water Heaters accepts most major credit cards and offers financing.
You can reach our Water Heater Specialists at 401-219-5929 or contact us here, to schedule a free consultation and estimate on your new water heater installation or service.
Order your water heater before 10:00 am Monday – Saturday and have it installed same-day in most instances.
Conventional Storage Tank Water Heaters
The conventional storage tank type is the most common style of water heater, with an insulated tank that holds water to be heated and stored until you are ready to use the hot water. This means that the capacity of the tank determines how much hot water you have available at once. Conventional water heaters come is a variety of sizes that will suite most residential and rental property applications.
On Demand - Tankless Water Heaters
A tankless water heater is capable of delivering an unlimited supply of hot water, and
will heat the incoming water on-the-spot, on demand, and send it immediately to your faucets, shower, or dishwasher, while saving you money on your utility bills as it only operates when hot water is needed. Tankless water heaters come in many sizes to handle the needs of small apartments, homes, or even multi-unit dwellings or office buildings.
Indirect Water Heaters
Indirect water heater uses the main furnace or boiler to heat a fluid that’s circulated through a heat exchanger in a well-insulated storage tank. The “indirect” unit doesn’t produce its own heat; instead, it relies on the boiler, and the energy stored by the water tank allows the furnace to turn off and on less often.
Hybrid / Heat Pump Water Heaters
Hybrid / Heat Pump water heaters are unique in that they use heat in the air and in the ground to heat water. They use electricity to move heat from one place to another instead of generating heat directly. Therefore, they can be two to three times more energy efficient than conventional electric resistance water heaters. Hybrid/Heat Pump water heaters have ambient temperature and spatial requirements to work properly and efficiently.