Denton Water Heater 972-318-2722 Berkeys Plumbing
No homeowner wants to have a leaking, broken water heater. Fixing or replacing your Denton water heater can be costly. Additionally, trying to live without hot water for even a short time period can be a major inconvenience. A good plumber can help you, however.
Water Heater Leaking
If your Denton water heater is leaking, it is likely that it has surpassed its life span. Water heaters do not last forever. If you believe that your water heater is getting old and will likely fail soon, you might want to purchase an inexpensive tray to slide under your water heater. When it starts to leak, the water will not get on the floor. This is a good solution if you cannot afford to replace your water heater right away. A skilled plumber will be able to tell you whether the leak means that the water heater needs to be replaced or is caused by a fixable problem.
Water Heater Repair Or Replace – Energy Savings, Reduced Operating Costs And Tax Credits And Rebates
Even if your water heater can be repaired by a Denton plumber, you might want to consider whether or not your old water heater is worth any more investment. The older your water heater gets, the more maintenance it will require. Eventually, no matter how many repairs you make, it is going to stop working.
In the long term, it might make more sense for you to buy a new water heater instead of repairing an old one. Your old water heater is probably not very energy efficient. If this is the case, you are spending more money on your energy bills than you need to spend. Additionally, if you purchase a new, energy-efficient water heater, you might be eligible for a government tax credit. Depending on your family’s financial situation, you might want to take advantage of this opportunity to replace your water heater.
Tankless Water Heater – Installation, Total Cost, Unlimited Hot Water
Because of their energy efficiency and small size, many homeowners are installing tankless water heaters. These
tankless units are often more expensive than the traditional tank water heater. However, they cost less to operate. Homeowners are also eligible for tax credits when they purchase tankless units.
However, not every home’s power and plumbing system can support a tankless water heater. Make sure you consult with a plumber before purchasing one of these units for your home, so that you know it is compatible.
Keep in mind we are a full service Denton plumber an perform many jobs including sewer repair.