Water Heaters

Water Heater Installation in Oregon

If your hot water heater is outdated, and you’re having your HVAC equipment replaced, adding a new water heater to the installation will save you money…and all your mechanical equipment will be updated! Our water heater installation services are all competitively priced. Our team of water heater experts are certified, insured, and professionally trained, just like our HVAC installation experts. 

Contact our team now to schedule an appointment. At Precision Air, nothing is more important to us than your peace of mind!

Package Discounts & Deals

What makes Precision Air stand out from the competition? In addition to our fair pricing, you can count on our team to provide exceptional deals and promotions for all of our customers. 

water heater, heating and cooling equipment

Add a new water heater to your heating and cooling equipment installation – Save on the installation fees, and get updated, high-performance equipment.  

Top features and benefits included with our water heater purchase & installation 

Water Heater Installation Special

When you install a furnace, AC, & water heater at the same time, you are eligible for a three-system package discount.

Free Thermostat

Customers that request a furnace or AC replacement will receive a FREE thermostat.


Certain products qualify for rebates through the electric company. Your installation may qualify for a rebate between $250 & $1,000.

Furnace + AC Special

Purchase an AC & furnace together and you will receive a FREE Nest brand thermostat or a “Reuse Customer Thermostat” discount.

Free Price Quotes

Receive a free price quote & consultation on your water heater replacement or installation.

All Brands Serviced

Precision Air repairs all water heater brands, including GE, Kenmore, Whirlpool, & more.

When should I replace my water heater?

Several signs indicate it is time to consider replacing your water heater. If any of the signs below apply to you, be sure to give Precision Air a call and one of our Portland HVAC and water heating specialists can help with a new water heater installation right away.

  • Your Water Heater is 10+ Years Old

    Most water heaters will need to be replaced around the 10-year mark. Depending on how well you maintain your system, you may be able to get more usage out of it. However, regardless of how well you take care of your system, you will need to start planning for a new water heater installation soon.

  • Rust is Present

    Any rust or corrosion on your water heater unit is typically a sign that a replacement is needed. Once a water heater starts to rust, little can be done to repair it. Rust is most often a sign that a leak of some kind is present. It is best to talk to one of our water heater installers if you notice rust or corrosion.

  • The Drain Valve Fails to Drain

    Have you noticed a ‘popping’ sound coming from your water heater? With gas models, in particular, this noise usually indicates that sentiment build-up is present. Both gas and electric models are susceptible to build-up over time. Regularly flushing your water heater once a year can remove sediment and prevent damage. If the drain valve reaches a point where it no longer drains, a new water heater installation may be necessary.

  • Your Water is Cold or Lukewarm

    If you can’t seem to get any warm water or it takes forever for your water to heat up, a new water heater may be the only solution. It is possible that certain parts can be replaced in this instance to restore your hot water, so be sure to ask our water heater experts about possible repairs.

  • Repairs are Common

    If you constantly have to request water heater repair services, it may be time for a complete water heater replacement. While water heater repairs may be necessary every so often, they shouldn’t be a frequent occurrence. Ask one of our water heater specialists about a replacement today.