Our Glendale plumbing company provides complete water heater repair, maintenance, and installation in Glendale. Whether you need us to diagnose a problem with your tank or install an industrial-grade water heater for your business, we're ready to help. Our experienced staff has installed tanked water heaters, tankless water heaters, and point-of-use water heaters for years. For top-quality plumbing services in Glendale AZ, call us! For immediate assistance, call 623-239-4229 today.
Broken water heaters are a serious inconvenience for any household. Water heaters that don't heat are downright frustrating. Sometimes the problem can be fixed in a matter of minutes, but other times the water heater is done for. The big question that many people have when their water heater breaks is whether the water heater should be replaced or repaired?
Here are a few questions to consider:
Is the water heater leaking? Some leaks aren't caused by the water heater itself, and these can be fixed relatively quickly. If the tank itself is leaking, though, a replacement is in order.
Could you save money on your water bill by purchasing a new water heater? New water heaters are up to 20% more efficient than older systems. They'll save money on your water bills, which will add up to hundreds of dollars in savings over the life of the unit. Is the water heater expired?
If the unit is near or past the end of its lifespan, replacement is typically the better option. Wait too long and the tank can flood your home, causing significant damage. To speak with one of our plumbers about your water heater, call 623-239-4229 today.
If you do need a new water heater, which one should you choose? These days, there are quite a few options on the market.
These water heaters store and heat many gallons of water. Newer models are more efficient than older models, and they can be a good choice for people who need access to large volumes of water at once.
These water heaters can be very efficient, since they only heat water as needed. These water heaters can serve an entire home or they can be “point-of-use,” and only serve an individual sink, shower, or other water outlet. To speak with a plumber about your options, call 623-239-4229 today.