Tempe Water Heater Replacement
Affordable Water Heater Replacement in Tempe
A steady supply of hot water is essential for both homeowners and business owners. After all, who doesn’t want a hot shower at the end of a tiring day or a continuous supply of water to keep the business’s kitchen going? When your water heater breaks down, it can disrupt your schedule, especially if your unit dies on you suddenly.
Fortunately, you have a backup in the Tempe Water Heater Pros team.
We offer quality water heater repair and replacement services to clients in Maricopa County, as well as other nearby areas. When you use our services, you can expect professional and timely replacements done within your schedule and budget.
Our company also offers FREE estimates on our services. The parts that we install also come with a warranty so that you have peace of mind, knowing that you’re getting the best prices from experts that prioritize A+ workmanship.
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If your water heater has given up on you, don’t wait to seek professional help. We do not recommend a DIY installation either. We’ve heard of homeowners and business owners preferring to do the installation themselves to save money. However, a DIY installation can cause you more in the long run, especially if the job was done without the proper tools and technique. Plus, you put yourself or your team at risk for injuries.
Instead of dealing with costly repairs or injuries in the future, have us do the replacement.
We match our clients to the best water heaters in Tempe, AZ. Let us know your water heater requirements and budget; we’ll work around it. Apart from helping you choose your new unit, we can also do the installation for you. We always provide quality services without cutting any costs, especially with repairs or installations.
Call us today to get your FREE estimate. You can also fill out the form on this page and one of our team members will get back to you.
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One of our plumbing technicians will walk you through your best options based on your needs
Gas Water Heater Replacement
Gas water heaters are the most common water heater types installed in homes due to their energy-efficient system, which translates to more savings. These heaters are powered by natural gas, which produces a flame to heat the metal coil inside the heater. A gas heater is the best option if your home or business already has a gas line.
Several benefits come with using a gas-powered water heater:
– Heats water faster than their electric-powered counterparts
– Comes with generally lower energy costs (since they are more energy-efficient)
– Can last for more than 10 years (12 years max for most water heaters)
– Don’t lose hot water during a power outage
But the drawbacks of gas water heaters are:
– Higher upfront costs
– Complex installation process (especially if you don’t have access to a gas line or lack a ventilation system)
– Shorter lifespan (compared to electric water heaters)
– Higher risks of gas explosion
Electric Water Heater Replacement
Electric water heaters offer a more convenient heating solution, especially to homes and commercial establishments that don’t have access to gas lines. In a nutshell, electric water heaters are easy to install and more convenient to use.
Several benefits come with using an electric-powered water heater:
– Easier to operate. All you must do is make sure the heater is on and you’re good to go
– Seamless installation since it doesn’t need a gas line
– Requires less attention
– Compact and space-saving design
– Lower installation costs since you don’t need a ventilation system
But the drawbacks of electric water heaters are:
– More expensive to operate in the long run
– Slower heating time
– No electricity, no hot water. If a power outage happens, you’ll have to use cold water
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Storage Tank Water Heaters
Storage tank water heaters use a tank to store the heated water. They can be installed outside or inside the home and can be easily moved from one place to another. Compared to their tankless counterparts, storage tank units are more affordable and can provide large amounts of heated water for big families or large businesses.
Several benefits come with using a storage-tank water heater:
– Lower initial costs by a significant margin (compared to tankless water heaters)
– Simpler operations, which means less costly repairs and maintenance. If there are repairs, they are low-cost repairs
– Larger capacity provides more hot water than tankless alternative
– Comes with a warranty that covers the parts up for a year after your purchase.
But the drawbacks of storage tank water heaters are:
– Higher utility bills. You need to heat and preheat the water to pre-set temperatures. This activity causes the tank to work harder
– Occupies more space compared to on-demand tankless water heaters
– Require manual draining and cleaning, especially if the tank is now self-cleaning
– Large and heavy, which makes them difficult to move, especially if your space is too small
Tankless Water Heater Replacement
Also known as “on-demand water heaters,” tankless water heaters use 30 percent less energy than a standard storage tank heater, which is good for the environment and your wallet. Initially, buying a tankless water heater may cost more than its storage counterpart BUT they do have a longer lifespan compared to storage tank types.
Several benefits come with using a tankless water heater:
– You save more money over time. Tankless water heaters are 24 percent to 34 percent more energy efficient than storage tank water heaters
– Longer lifespan compared to traditional tank water heaters
– Does not consume a large space in your residential or commercial property
– Get hot water whenever you need it. You don’t have to wait 20 seconds for the water to heat up either
But the drawbacks of tankless water heaters are:
– More expensive purchase cost. The installation can also be costly, especially if you’re replacing a storage-tank water heater
– Slightly noisier than a traditional tank
– Considered “output challenged”
Frequently Asked Questions
Common Water Heater Service Questions We Hear
What do I consider before I replace my water heater?
Repair or replace — this is a big question most homeowners or business owners face when their water heater reaches its last leg. The biggest consideration when deciding on this matter is the cost. How much can you afford right now? If a repair is more budget-friendly now, go for it.
Another consideration is the issue. If your current water heater is working but making strange noises, it’s a sign that you must replace it ASAP. Other issues that indicate the need for a replacement are sediment buildup around the tank or corrosion on the heating element.
To make a more concrete decision, it’s best to call on the pros! Call the Tempeh Water Heater Pros to learn more.
How many years does a water heater last and can I extend its life?
Most water heaters have a lifespan of 10 years, but with proper care and maintenance they can go beyond the 10-year mark. But if you want to play it safe, it’s best to start preparing for a replacement once your unit reaches its seventh year.
To prolong the life of your unit, keep the temperature at 115°F. This provides a steady stream of comfortable water without exhausting your unit. You can also remove the sediment at the bottom of the tank (if you have a storage tank) to improve the efficiency of your unit. Finally, always follow the manufacturer’s recommendations when maintaining your tank.
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