Water heaters come in different shapes and sizes and are designed to provide exactly that: heated water! Not only do they heat the water that is generated throughout your home, but they regulate how that water is carried, dispensed, and stored for your usage. We specialize in installing and repairing water heaters of all kinds so that you have many options when it comes to choosing the one that best fits your budget, or prolonging the lifespan of your existing water heater for further use.
Tank Water Heaters
Tank water heaters are water heaters that are connected to a large tank that heats and stores a specific amount of water for your usage. When you turn your water heater on, the heater begins to warm as much water as possible that the tank can hold. This process usually takes a little while before you’re actually able to use the heated water because the water must be heated slowly. Once completed, you can then use hot water with ease. The remaining, unused hot water is then stored in the tank for later usage.
Tankless Water Heaters
Tankless water heaters are slightly more expensive but provide something that tank water heaters do not: instant hot water! Tankless water heaters can provide unlimited and quick amounts of hot water in one sitting, so you have access to the hot water whenever you need it and without having to wait for it to heat up or fear that you’ve used it all up before more hot water is then available again. The biggest downfall of tankless hot water heaters, however, is that you’re unable to retain consistency in temperatures if you’re attempting to use more than one outlet of hot water at a time (for example, two people showering simultaneously in two separate bathrooms connected to the same tankless water heater).
Water Heater Cleaning
One of the most important parts of having any type of water heater is to ensure that the system itself is kept clean. A tampered water heating system can result in faulty water delivery and delayed heating, which can be reflected in higher energy bills or more water usage. Tank water heaters can also accumulate more sediment and calcium buildup that can prevent them from storing water as safely and securely as before. Enlisting our professional water heater cleaning services can ensure that your water heaters never succumb to damages because of dirt, filth, or buildup.
Water Heater Maintenance
Along with water heater cleaning and installation, we can also provide water heater maintenance that includes regular inspections, configurations, thermometer checks, minor repairs, and more. If your water heater is leaking, however, we will need to find the source of the leak before addressing the problem. If the leak is coming from a nearby plumbing connection, the plumbing connection can be replaced. If the leak is coming from your water heater, however, it is better to replace the tank itself instead of risking the combustion of the water heater.