Water Heater Installation
How do I know if I need a new water heater?
There are several signs that may indicate your water heater might be failing:
- Water buildup in or around the area of your water heater may suggest a leak.
- Water-quality issues, such as rust or sediment visible in your water supply, could indicate the unit may fail soon.
- The unit no longer provides the same temperature or duration of hot water as it had in the past.
What's the difference between a conventional storage tank and a tankless one?
A conventional tank constantly heats stored water, is good for high usage demands and is economical. It can be stored in a closet, basement, or garage and has a capacity ranging from 20 to 80 gallons. A tankless water heater has lower operating costs, uses less space and can reduce energy consumption by as much as 30%. It also can provide continuous hot water at a precise temperature. However, it does require more upfront investment, may need venting and is not ideal for heavy usage.
Benefits of investing in a new Water Heater
- Faster hot water recovery time.
- New water heaters are more energy efficient, saving money on your monthly bill.
- Factory warranties for your protection.
- Reduces likelihood of a water heater leak and possible flooding of your home.
Contact us today for a professional evaluation.