The Top Hot Water Heater Service
If your water heater has been having problems, we offer multiple solutions to get the hot water in your home running again. In order to determine if you need water heater repair or replacement services, we first need to inspect your water heater unit. We quickly determine whether it is more cost-effective to fix your water heater or upgrade it with a new one.
We take a multi-faceted approach to water heater repair work in order to ensure the unit works flawlessly when we finish. We first flush the heater to eliminate any buildup that may be blocking the lines. We then replace any parts that look worn or damaged. Sometimes it is necessary to install expansion parts along with hot water heater circulating pumps in order to accommodate an increased level of hot water usage in a household. Once we perform the repairs, we test the unit to make sure everything is in good working order.
If we do recommend a replacement unit, you can count on us to handle the water heater installation. We offer removal and replacement services for a variety of water heaters. The following are hot water heaters we install:
Hot water heaters we install include:
|| Electric Tankless
Signs You Need to Repair or Replace Your Water Heater
If you run out of hot water too fast, you may need to upgrade to a new water heater. Old water heater models heat water less efficiently than the new models available from our company. As the parts become worn with use, you may have to deal with an insufficient source of hot water available at in your home.
You should also keep an eye on your monthly electric bill to see of you need a water heater replacement. When a water heater becomes damaged or outdated, it may require more energy to provide the amount of hot water you need. There are numerous signs that indicate water heater failure. The following are some of the most common signs you need water heater repair services:
| Water heater is leaking
Odd noises coming from the tank
| Dirty shower water
Strange smells from the water heater
Once you decide to replace your water heater, the only question that remains is what type of unit you should get. A tankless water heater is a popular option for numerous reasons. Traditional water heaters are large and cumbersome, making it difficult to perform minor repair and maintenance work. A tankless water heater requires far less room and is small enough even to mount on a wall or place outside.
The heating process it utilizes is also extremely efficient, so it only produces that amount of hot water you need. This keeps the water cleaner, since it does not sit in a tank and accumulate rust particles over time. Since a tankless water heater does not use as much electricity to run, you save money on your monthly utility bill. Over time, your tankless water heater will pay for itself.