We Provide a Variety of Water Heater Installation Services
Reasons to Replace Your Water Heater
Age of Water Heater
As a water heater gets older the chance of it failing to work when you need it the most greatly increases. Older water heaters are less efficient and use more electricity to keep your water hot. Also, they are more likely to leak or have electrical problems than newer models.
Rusted Water Heater
Rust can collect on the outside and the inside of a water heater. Rust can cause serious damage to a water heater and eventually lead to leaks and even electrical failure. Also, rust and sediment collect in the bottom which can affect the performance of the heater.
Leaking Water Heater
A leaking water heater can cause water damage and health concerns. A small puddle of water around your water heater can quickly turn into a flood that can cause serious damage to your floors, sub-floors, and walls. Also, damp and wet areas can sprout mold and mildew that may be toxic and can lead to serious health problems.
Capacity of Water Heater
Due to advancements in technology and materials, newer water heaters can have a higher capacity while occupying the same amount of space. If your hot water is running out to fast, your family has grown, or you have made additions to your home, than increasing the capacity of your water heater could be the solution.
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Types of Water Heaters Available
- Gas Water Heaters – If you have gas available, a gas water heater installation is often your best long-term choice. Gas is usually cheaper and much faster at heating a tankful of water than electricity.
Electric Water Heaters – If gas is not an option, do not despair, the new technology used in electric water heater installation is both faster and more cost-effective than older models.
Tankless Water Heaters – Never take another cold shower again! Tankless water heaters heat water on demand, so you are never limited to a fixed pre-heated supply in a tank.
Point of Use Water Heaters – These small units install easily under a sink or cabinet. They are most effective in areas where there is no easy access to a hot water source.