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Still Being Bogged Down by Water Heater Rental Fees? We Can Help

 In Furnace supplier and maintenance Waterloo Listowel, Tankless and hot water tank heaters in Waterloo and Listowel, Water heater sales in Waterloo & Listowel

Are you a homeowner with a rental water heater? If you are, listen up. You may have noticed your water heater rental fees have increased. This typically happens in January.

Water heater rentals are a never-ending monthly expense with regular increases. If you’re tired of dealing with water heater rental fees, it’s time to reconsider your options.

Why purchase your water heater from Cross?

At Cross Heating & Air Conditioning Ltd in Waterloo and Listowel, we offer a wide range of solutions for water heaters. The benefits of a water heater from Cross include:

  • 10-year financing plans
  • 10-year parts and labour guarantee
  • Payments that won’t increase
  • Choice of tankless water heaters or hot water tank

With our 10-year financing option, you typically get a lower monthly cost than your monthly rental payments. Plus, there’s an end in sight: you’re not tied to a long-term commitment! At the end of the 10 years, the water heater is yours.

The benefits of owning your water heater

Much like renting vs owning a home, different people have different needs depending on their circumstance.

Here are some benefits to owning a water heater:

  • Fewer rules and restrictions than renting
  • No change to your monthly budget
  • Costs less over time
  • No complicated contracts to read through
  • You own your water heater
  • The unit comes with a full manufacturers warranty

In addition to these features, we will also handle any communication with your rental company. Avoid the inconvenience (and awkwardness) of phoning your rental company to try and cancel your business with them. We’ll take care of it and even return the tank for you.  

If you want to get out of your water heater rental contract, contact us today to get started!

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