While some people may choose to DIY their water heater repair or replacement, there is too much that can go wrong and put your home and family at risk. Let us help!
Regular maintenance of your water heater will have it lasting a good long life, and we recommend an annual tune-up as preventative care. Protect your investment for pennies on the dollar for the cost of replacement.
Water Heater Repairs
Leaks, noises, loss of heat… these are all signs that your water heater is in need of repair. Our plumbers can come take a look and give you a quote for repairs, give you an idea of the age of your unit, suggest preventative care, and provide a replacement, if needed.
Water Heater Replacement
Water heaters do need to be replaced eventually, and our plumbers can let you know when it is time to do so. They can explain the differences and benefits of different sizes, energy sources, configurations and more.
Usually, the water heater energy source (gas or electric), should be exchanged for the same, however you may want to change the size of your unit if you have remodeled or increased the size of your family.
New, more efficient water heater models are now available, saving you money in the long run, and our plumbers are sure to bring your water heater up to code to keep you and your family safe and comfortable for years to come.
Unsure which water heater replacement to pick? Here are some tips:
Energy. Choose a water heater with the same energy source you currently have for easier installation, and less expense. Changing from an electric to gas, for example, requires new configurations that will cost more to implement. However, if you are switching energy sources for your whole home, it may be worth considering a switch in the type of water heater as well.
Efficiency. Newer models of water heaters will be more efficient than older ones due to changing laws. This will save you money over the life of the water heater, but be sure to also do regular, annual tune-ups to maximize this savings and extend the life of your water heater.
Size. Determine if the former size of your water heater was sufficient, or if you want or need more hot water. If you have issues with running out of hot water when running multiple appliances, or after several family members take showers, you may want to consider upgrading.
Quality. The brand of water heater can make a difference, but sometimes the brand name doesn’t equal value. Our plumbers can guide you to the right choice based on your budget and goals, and give you a few options.
Call us today to get your water heater maintenance, repair or replacement appointment scheduled! 719-598-4775