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Water Heaters

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Multiple Options To Choose From

Traditional tank water heaters

  • Powered by either electricity or natural gas.

  • Most inexpensive water heater you can buy.

  • Tanks range in capacity from 20 to 100 gallons.

  • Require more energy and use more water 

  • Average lifespan: 8 to 12 Yrs  

Solar water heaters

  • Most eco-friendly option.

  • Need solar panel, tank/tankless water heater

  • Most expensive option

  • Once installed  heat your water for free.

  • Average lifespan: 8 to 12 years 

Tankless water heaters

  • Heat the water as needed, saving energy

  • Reduce water waste

  • An energy-efficient, green option

  • Cost at least twice as much as a tank water heater

  • Average lifespan: 10-15 yrs 

When Its Time To Replace

Placeholder text – Proper maintenance can help prevent costly water heater repairs. As we inspect your water heater, we can quickly repair minor issues before they become major ones. However, if you do experience major water heater problems, we offer 24/7 emergency services at no extra charge. The quicker you call, the more quickly we will be able to help you get your home up and running again!

Rusty Water

Rusty Pipes

Water No Longer Heats

Noise from the Heater

Sediment Buildup

Water Around the Heater

Rusty Valve or Inlet

Insufficient Tank Size

We look forward to serving you

THE MORE YOU KNOW

Drain the Tank

Drain the remaining water in the tank into the bucket, then stir up the sediment on the tank’s bottom by briefly opening the cold-water supply valve. Drain and repeat until clean water comes out of the hose.

Adjust the Temperature

Find the temperature dial on the side of the tank and unscrew its cover. Adjust the dial to 120 degrees using a flathead screwdriver. For every 10 degrees the temperature is lowered, you can expect to save up to 5 percent in energy costs. 

Insulate the Pipes

Buy some self-sticking 3/8-inch-thick foam pipe insulation that matches the pipes’ diameter. Slide the foam over the hot- and cold-water pipes as far as you can reach. Insulating the cold-water pipe prevents condensation in summer. 

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