Water heater replacement

Don't Ignore the Signs

A water heater is typically out of sight, out of mind, until something goes wrong. There are plenty of signs that lead up to a malfunctioning water heater. Don’t ignore these signs. If you wait too long, a failing water heater could lead to structural damage caused by flooding.

If you’re experiencing any of the following problems with your water heater, it’s probably time to consult with a professional plumber.

  • Fluctuating water temperature
  • Dirt, rust, sediments, and other particles in your water
  • Water pooling near and around your water heater
  • Smell of gas
  • Broken pilot light
  • Noisy pipes
Replacing a water heater can be costly, but don’t be tempted to take on this project yourself to save money on professional services. There are complicated plumbing and electrical elements best handled by a professional. Hiring a pro to replace a water heater isn’t just about safety but about saving you on costly repairs in the future.

Any mistakes with plumbing or electrical systems in your home can lead to major damage and create unsafe conditions for you and your family. The cost of hiring a pro to handle the replacement and installation of a new water heater will greatly outweigh the cost of any damage done by a faulty water heater removal and installation.

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Upgrading to tankless water heater

Many home remodeling projects will include upgrades to more sustainable and energy-efficient appliances and fixtures, including the water heater. Replacing an old water heater with a tankless water heater can improve your energy consumption.

A tankless water heater will also take up less room inside your home. However, upgrading to a tankless gas or electric water heater may require a bit of remodeling to your current plumbing and gas lines. This type of job is best left to the professionals.

Code and permit requirements

No matter how straightforward they may appear, any project that calls for changes or repairs to the “behind the wall” plumbing system will require you to comply with specific codes and permit requirements. Because we are fully licensed and insured, we can easily assist homeowners in acquiring the permits, so you don’t have to compromise your vision.

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