The job of your water heater is to warm water up for use in the home. On average, a traditional water heater will last for around 10 years, but the actual life of your unit may vary depending on a number of factors. Additionally, if you notice any of the following, it may indicate that the appliance is worn out and needs to be swapped out with a newer, more modern model: unit is leaking, making strange noises, "rusty" water, not heating water up at all, not warming water up consistently, or not providing adequate supply of warm water.
If you choose to buy a new water heater, have it delivered and installed, it could cost around $1,100 or more. If you would like to avoid paying these up-front costs and have peace of mind of knowing that you and your family will be provided with dependable warm water, consider leasing a natural gas water heater from Oncourse Home Solutions.
How Does a Natural Gas Water Heater Work? The job of the tank water heater is not only to heat the water, but to store it until it's ready to use. Therefore, in addition to the tank's heating system, every tank is equipped with insulation to help keep the water warm between heating cycles.
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INTELLIGENT CONTROL LOGIC The internal microprocessor provides enhanced operating parameters and tighter differentials for precise sensing and faster heating response to optimize performance.
SELF-POWERED ELECTRONIC GAS VALVE The valve uses a thermopile to generate the power needed to operate the electronic gas control without requiring an external power source.
DIAGNOSTICS The electronic gas control incorporates an LED status indicator that monitors system operation & service diagnostics.
DYNACLEAN™ DIFFUSER DIP TUBE The diffuser helps reduce lime and sediment buildup, maximizes hot water output. Made from long-lasting PEX cross-linked polymer.
COREGARD™ ANODE ROD A. O. Smith’s exclusive aluminum anode has a stainless steel core, protects tank against corrosion.
GREEN CHOICE® GAS BURNER A patented “Eco-Friendly” design reduces NOx emissions by up to 33% and complies with less than 40 ng/J requirements for low NOx emissions.
PUSH-BUTTON PIEZO IGNITOR The button makes lighting pilot fast and easy with one-hand push-button spark ignition.
DURABLE, TAMPER-RESISTANT BRASS DRAIN VALVE
BLUE DIAMOND® GLASS COATING The coating provides superior corrosion resistance to industry-standard glass lining.
CSA CERTIFIED AND ASME RATED T&P RELIEF VALVE A top-mounted T&P relief valve is available as an option.
CODE COMPLIANCE The unit meets UBC, CEC, SBCC, HUD and BOCA National Codes. Meets the thermal efficiency and standby loss requirements of the U.S. Department of Energy.
The Details: This transaction is a lease and requires a minimum term of 24-36 monthly payments. Prices depend on equipment selected. After the minimum term, lease renews for one-year periods. Additional charges may apply for non-standard replacement installations due to code upgrades and local requirements (e.q. additional venting, water or gas lines modifications, gas shut off valves etc.) and are payable to the certified contractor at the time of installation. The company will identify any additional needs and provide you an estimate while completing a free in home survey before the work begins. No security deposit is required. However, all leases are subject to Oncourse Home Solutions credit approval. Not available in all areas. Leases may be cancelled with 30 days’ notice, but certain termination and other fees may apply; if cancelled during the minimum term, customer may be charged present value of remaining lease payment. Information about the licensed technician doing the installation will be provided when setting up the installation appointment.
Tank natural gas water heater by A. O. Smith
Professional installation by an experienced local service provider is usually done the same day or the next day
Low monthly payments
Repairs if needed, simply by calling our toll-free number
Call us toll-free at 855-310-2843, 24 hours a day.