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Heater Repair
Commercial Water Heaters
Residential Water Heaters

Types of water heaters:

A functioning water heater is an essential part of any home or commercial building! There are several different types of water heaters – we can help you make the right choice for your installation.

  • Electric Tank Water Heater

    • Electric tank water heaters work the same way as an electric stove burner - energy (electricity) is passed through a heating element and released as heat).

  • Gas Tank Water Heater

    • Gas tank water heaters use natural gas or propane to continuously heat the water inside of the tank to a preset temperature. When the temperature reaches the desired setting a thermostat sends a signal to the gas control valve to turn the heater off (until the water temperature inside the tank drops below the preset temperature).

  • Tankless Electric Water Heater

    • Electric tankless water heaters heat your home’s water on demand with the use of a heat exchanger that warms the water to the desired temperature as it travels through the tank.

  • Tankless Gas Water Heater

    • Similar to a gas tank water heater, a tankless gas water heater uses natural gas or propane to heat water. With the elimination of a storage tank, water is heated on demand resulting in a more energy-efficient unit that will never run out of hot water.

  • Hybrid Electric Heat Pump Tank Water Heater

    • While their name can be quite a mouthful, hybrid electric heat-pump water heaters are designed to be the most energy-efficient tank heaters available and use a heat pump to pull heat and humidity from the surrounding air.

With all these options available it can be hard to make a choice, but our professional plumbers can help. Call us today to schedule a service call!

Signs Your Water Heater May Be About To Go:

  • A sudden spike in energy costs.

    • If you see your electricity or gas bill going up, your water heater may be working harder to get the job done. This is typically a sure sign that repairs are needed or that it's time for a water heater installation.

  • Leaks and/or rust.

    • Is water pooling around the floor? Is there rust or corrosion on the unit? Not only is a damaged water heater likely to fail, but it can also be dangerous.

  • Bad water quality.

    • An old water heater can cause bad-smelling and rust-colored water to come out of your faucet.

  • A noisy unit.

    • Do you hear noise coming from your water heater? Crackling, popping, and other unusual noises can be a sign of scale buildup on your unit’s heating elements.

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