Tankless or tanked, solar powered, or electricity water heaters are all able to be serviced when it comes to our team of professionals. The water heater plays a crucial role in each home, which is why accurate maintenance and installation is a necessity to ensure the water heater works right. Refrain from any disasters and give one of our technicians a call.


Assistance with Water Heater Installation by Plumbing Service Company

Trust Plumbing Service Company to Properly Install Your Water Heater

For many years, your beloved water heater may have served you well by providing you with the hot water you need and it has never failed you until you needed it the most. After the years pass by, you start to notice more leaks, no hot water, and rumbling sounds. A water heater has a life span of seven to 15 years. If your water heater is getting old, it’s best to start making the investment for a new one. Water installation requires multiple steps, pipe modification, and heavy lifting. By choosing a plumber that you can trust, you can feel relieved to know that the installation and corrections will extend the life of the new heater, as well as ensure that you will have efficient hot water for many years.

There are multiple types of water heaters available on the market today so that you can choose from them and compare them prior to making a final decision.

The current available water heaters include:

Conventional Gas Water Heaters

Electric Point-of-Use Tankless Water Heater

Condensing Gas Water Heater

Hybrid Electric Heat-Pump Water Heater



From options that are more high-tech to basic options, each of the water heaters have their own pros and cons. The important factors to weigh for each type are the following:

Flow rate (for the tankless)

The first-hour recovery (for storage tank heaters)

The energy factor (for how efficient it is)

The higher that the energy factor is, the more efficient that your unit will be. The higher the number with storage tank heaters, the hotter water you will be able to have within the first hour after opening the spigot.