If you need a new water heater, then you should think about the type and size you will want to have a plumber install. This article will give you some insight into why you might want to go with a larger tank or a tankless water heater. Once you decide, a plumber will be able to remove your current water heater and install the new one. Along with changing the size or type of water heater, they can also make other chances for you, including moving the location of the water heater if you aren't happy with the current location of the one that you have in your home now. Here is information to help you make decisions regarding your next water heater:
Does your current water heater offer you enough hot water?
If you find that there are times when someone in your home gets stuck without hot water and they have to wait for more, then the tank is too small for your household. If this is the case, you want to go with a larger tank or you want to go with a tankless water heater that will heat the water on-demand.
Does your current water heater get in the way?
If you don't like the place where your water heater is right now because it gets in the way or it is visible, then you want to have the plumber relocate the placement of the new water heater when they come to install it. Or, you can go with a tankless water heater. This is a very small system that may end up working well right where the current tank is since it won't take up nearly as much space. Should you want to go with a tankless water heater and also have it put in a different spot, they can do this for you as well.
Are you spending a lot on your power bill because of the water heater?
If you are spending more than you should be on your power bill because of your water heater, then you should consider a tankless water heater. This way, you won't be having a tank full of water being heated constantly when you don't need hot water for large periods of the day. A water heater should only heat the water when it is going to be used. Contact a hot water installation company for more information.Share
4 December 2020
My homes have always had either copper or PVC plumbing pipes. But when my plumbing system needed an overhaul last spring, I wanted a piping system for my home that I could work on myself when needed. There were a lot of good reasons to choose PEX piping, but my favorite thing about the PEX piping is that it's easy to work with, even if you're a beginner like me. Now I can make small repairs myself instead of calling the plumber every time I have a minor leak or other small problem. I still call the plumber for the big stuff, but it's more affordable now that I can take care of small issues myself. I started this blog to help others learn how they, too, can do DIY plumbing repairs at home.