Water Heater Installation
When you need a brand new water heater installed in your home, reach out to the professionals at Dutton Plumbing. Our water heater installation experts can easily have a new unit installed in a timely manner, and we will be in and out of your home before you even know we were there. We carry the major brands, including Rheem and American Standard, and each water heater we install comes with a wonderful warranty you may take advantage of.
In our commitment to offering exceptional customer service, our team works with your schedule to ensure our water heater installation service is convenient for your needs. We can even provide emergency installation service so your home will never be without hot water.
Installing a traditional water heater can be half the cost of a tankless water heater. There are less complications when installing a new traditional water heater, which means there are potentially less problems to handle. Installing a tankless heater, however, will cost between $2800 to $4500, depending on the model and manufacturer. Replacing a traditional water heater with a new tankless system is a bit more complicated, unfortunately. Such an installation will cost even further to handle.
If you are uncertain which system may benefit you the most, please do not hesitate to contact the professional plumbers here at Dutton Plumbing for advice. We strive to go above and beyond for our clients wherever possible – including advising you when requested. Each has its benefits to consider.
What to Consider Before Installing a New Water Heater?
If your water heater begins to leak, you’ll need to find a replacement quickly. While most water heaters will last 8 to 12 years, yours could run into problems at any point. You should know what you’re looking for before you choose a new water heater to install. Do some research into the many high-efficiency models now on the market. You’ll also want to know your budget, the size of water heater you require, and the size of your home. For example, a small bathroom could make do with a small water heater. If you intend to heat water for the entire home, however, you’ll want a sizeable heater. Next, consider the power source — some water heaters use gas, and others electricity. If you’re unsure about any of these specifics, don’t hesitate to speak with a professional at Dutton Plumbing.
When is it Time for a Water Heater Replacement?
Like all appliances in your home, your water heater will eventually break down due to age or internal issues. Ideally, you should replace your water heater before it stops working altogether. If you wait, you’ll end up with a cold shower — or something worse, like leaks and significant water damage. Don’t let that happen. Instead, watch for the early warning signs that your water heater is declining. These symptoms include age, rust or corrosion, and leaks. Most water heaters will last an average of 8 to 12 years. With proper maintenance, yours could last a little longer. You should also examine the system regularly for corrosion. Finally, if the water heater leaks on a regular basis, you should replace it immediately. A leak may lead to water damage, further corrosion, and worse. Don’t wait!
Remember, we work with your schedule to make things easier on you and your hectic lifestyle. If you are interested in having a brand new water heater installation in your home, call the folks at Dutton Plumbing today to schedule an appointment. You can reach us at (805) 522-1944.
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