Water Heating Services
We offer repair and replacement services for all types of water heaters including tank type, tankless, or a hybrid of the two. We service all major water heater brands, even those we don’t install.
If it is time to replace your old water heater, we can explain your options and help you choose the best water heater for your home at a price that will fit your budget.
Gas leaks can cause sickness and our death from carbon monoxide poisoning and even cause dangerous fires. Be sure you utilize licensed and experienced professionals on any repair or replacement.
Deciding Between Water Heater Repair & Replacement
When the water heater stops working, you may be wondering whether it only needs repair or if it’s time to buy a new one.
In many cases, we can still fix a water heater simply by replacing the damaged component. However, there are instances when replacing the water heater is a better decision.
Water heater replacement may be the best choice when:
Your water heater is 15 years old or older
The tank is leaking
The unit fails to heat water
The hot water has a rusty color
The unit emits strange noises
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Whether your water heater is failing to produce anything but lukewarm water, has sprung a leak, or is simply outdated, We can help you find the perfect replacement for your home.
We can replace your current system with the following types:
Conventional – Water is stored in a large tank (varying sizes available) and heated by electric or gas energy.
Tankless – Water is heated only as need, providing access to unlimited and instant hot water through a tankless water heater.
Hybrid – Combines the conventional tank storage style with a heat pump and uses existing water / electrical connections.
Tank Type vs Tankless Water Heating
Tank type water heaters typically hold between 20 and 80 gallons of hot water in a storage tank. They are fairly large and require a bit of space. But, if you manage to deplete what is in the tank, you must wait until your water heater produces more hot water.
Tankless water heaters heat your water on demand using gas or electric coils. Although tankless water heaters heat water on demand, they do have output limits on their flow rate. This means, if you’re running the dishwasher, doing the laundry, and taking a shower simultaneously, your heater may not be able to produce hot water fast enough. The flow rate for tankless water heaters is measured in gallons per minute of hot water the machine can produce.
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