1st Choice for Water Heaters

We furnish and install the top brands from industry-leading manufacturers including STATE, Bradford White, Rheem, A.O. Smith, Rinnai, Noritz, Navien, and others. Make Arbor Plumbing and Backflow your selection for Water Heater installations. Save money with Arbor Plumbing & Backflow – the haven for energy-saving, high-efficiency water heating appliance installations. Contact us today for residential, commercial, light commercial, solar-powered water heaters, tankless, hybrid and point-of-use water heater installation options.

Add value to your purchase! Instantly upgrade your newly installed water heater’s warranty from 6 to 10 years with upgrade kit warranties (restrictions apply; available for eligible water heater models only). Ask about our Premium Installation options.


Attention Homeowners!

Are you tired of skyrocketing energy bills? The Inflation Reduction Act is here to help you save money and reduce your carbon footprint. Upgrade to an energy efficient water heater today and see the difference it makes on your monthly energy bill.

Introducing our tankless and heat pump water heaters! These state-of-the-art systems provide endless hot water while using less energy than traditional tank water heaters. Tankless water heaters heat water on-demand, meaning you’ll never run out of hot water again. Meanwhile, heat pump water heaters use electricity to move heat from the air or ground to heat water, rather than generating heat directly, making them extremely energy efficient.

Additionally, with the Inflation Reduction Act, you may qualify for rebates and incentives for upgrading to an energy efficient water heater. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to save money and make a positive impact on the environment.

Contact us now to learn more about our tankless and heat pump water heater options. Let’s work together to make a difference and reduce the effects of inflation on your energy bill.


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