A broken water heater can cause a host of different problems in your home, and it’s important to have a new water heater installed if yours has run its course. If you need regular repairs to your water heater, then it might be time to have a new one installed, and reap all of the benefits a new water heater will bring. We also repair & install tankless water heaters if you are looking for long term cost savings and a water tank that takes up less space.
Repair & Maintenance
We have skilled and experienced technicians with extensive knowledge of all types of residential and commercial water heaters, including those with a storage tank and tankless models. You can count on us to properly diagnose the problem with your water heater and fix it right the first time.
Don’t wait to get your water heater repaired. We are ready to answer your call during our normal business hours, after hours, and over the weekend. Emergency service technicians are on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to fix broken water heaters. Our service trucks are stocked with the tools and parts needed to fix minor problems in one visit.
When you request water heater installation, you can expect a plumber to take between 1 to 3 hours to complete. The time to complete will depend on a number of things. This includes, but not limited to if an old unit needs to be removed, additional construction needed, and the type of the water heater. For the best time estimate to complete installation, be sure to call yo8ur local plumber.
Tank vs Tankless
When the time comes for replacement, we offer top-notch products from the best brands at competitive prices. The first decision you will need to make is whether to install a traditional water heater with a storage tank or a tankless water heater to meet your family’s hot water needs. Most residential water heaters with a tank have a capacity of between 30 and 60 gallons, so choosing the right size is essential to ensure a sufficient supply of hot water.
Tankless water heaters offer benefits that include:
A constant supply of hot water
Lower operating cost
Improved energy efficiency
The main downside of tankless water heaters is the higher initial cost. While they do cost more for the unit and installation, these models can last up to twice as long as water heaters with a storage tank and you will save on your monthly utility costs.
We can explain the options and features, help you compare water heaters, and provide a quote for water heater installation or replacement.