Tankless Water Heater
There was a time when the only option for those seeking hot water in their home was to use a conventional water heater with a giant tank installed in the basement. For some of these units, the wait time to receive the hot water was quite significant. Once the tank was empty, the entire family had to wait an hour or more for it to refill. Now, however, residents have access to a tankless water heater system in their homes. Dutton Plumbing currently has access to a wide selection of such water heater systems from top-name manufacturers – each with a great warranty.
Tankless Water Heater Repair
While most tankless water heater systems require very little maintenance, they may still require repairs on occasion. Thankfully, our team of plumbing service professionals are available 24 hours a day to help with water heater repairs and maintenance when required. At some point, you may require such a service due to heavy use.
Tankless Water Heater Installation
The installation process for a tankless water heater is generally quite simple and non-invasive. Each system can be installed in a discreet location, allowing the unit to remain out of sight and out of mind for homeowners. With our highly-trained plumbing team, each installation is thorough and utilizes the latest technology in the industry to prevent anything going wrong.
Tankless Water Heater Replacement
If you are one of the homeowners in the region to take advantage of tankless water heater systems already, you are in luck! Dutton Plumbing is interested in saving the community money. We don’t want to push a brand new system on you if the one you are using simply needs a replacement. There is no point in spending the money to upgrade if your current water heater system functioned properly before breaking down.
Tankless Water Heater Maintenance
To keep your tankless water heater functioning flawlessly, you need to maintain it. Properly maintained tankless water heaters rarely experience any issues. The system works by sending water through small apertures in the tank itself; this means that your water quality needs to be as high as possible. To avoid clogs in the small tank apertures, flush the whole system every six months, or whenever the water supply starts to slow.
You can easily ignore your water heater as long as it keeps working. If you do, however, you might face costly repairs and significant downtime in the future. Our home plumbing experts can check the entire system. We want your tankless water heater to run optimally at all times. We will examine the pressure relief valve, drain the tank to remove sediment, and inspect it for corrosion or wear. We catch small issues early on, to avoid large issues down the road.
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