Contact us at 1-866-767-1702 or email email@example.com if you have any questions regarding the return of water heaters. Enercare states that in its agreements with the contracting authorities, “the contracting authority is obliged to provide the buyer with all the necessary rental details, and undertakes to do so within the framework of its legal obligations arising from its agreement with Enercare.” I had returned a tank to them without any problem. You probably have shitt people. If you rent a Reliance water heater and decide to terminate your contract for any reason, you must notify us by completing the cancellation form. I bought a 3 year old house and they wanted the rental fee for the next 4 years as a buyout (- basically until the end of their initial contract with the client). She immediately laughed about it, explaining that she had never heard of anyone who owned a tank and took unnecessary risks. (Many of the risks to a tank she would try to convince later are indestructible.) I added that if she considered the concept ridiculous or not, I wanted the tank removed because I didn`t have an account with them and I didn`t intend to do so. Enter your postal code to find a connection™ return location near you where you can return your water heater. Please, be sure to use a website that accepts the type of water heater you are returning. Do not screw with the tank.
You will put a pledge against your house. As the first buyer, Mendola admits she didn`t know how much a water heater should cost. “I paid it for six months, and my father saw one of my bills, thinking it was high.” Before removing the water heater, the Reliance Account Holder or a duly authorized agent acting on behalf of the Account Holder (“Agent”) must contact Reliance at 1-866-932-5806 to confirm the account and tank details required for the return process. Unless it is a very old tank, if you have agreed to take over the contract as part of the purchase and sale contract, you are out of luck. The purchase amount is not based on the value of the tank, but on the value of the cash flows related to the ten-year contract. . . .