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Water Heater Installation in Austin

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Your water heater is one of the single most important appliances in your home. Not only do you depend on it for daily activities like cooking, cleaning, and bathing, but your other appliances also depend on it like your washing machine and dishwasher. And while you may not think twice about your water heater all that often, the truth is they only last a certain amount of time before they eventually wear out and will need replaced. When that time comes, make sure your new water heater installation is done by the Austin water heater installation team from Plumb Masters, Inc.!

At Plumb Masters, Inc., we offer high-quality water heater installation services which are customized to your home and your system’s needs. Whether you simply need a small tank installed or a series of large water heaters for a large home, you can depend on us to get your new systems properly installed and set up to work their absolute best. We know how important your water heater is, and we work to make your installation as fast, as dependable, and as stress-free as possible. Whether your heater is simply showing signs of age, or your current system has broken down or sprung a leak and needs an urgent replacement, we make sure to get the job done quickly and keep your home functioning as you expect.

Call Plumb Masters, Inc. at (512) 957-0485 if you need your water heater replaced and we’ll provide you with dependable installation services.

Do You Need a New Water Heater?

No matter how well you maintain your water heater nor how well it was built, water heater will eventually wear out and need to be replaced. Today, the average lifespan of a water heater is around roughly eight years, and regular maintenance can raise the age expectation to around 10 years. When your heater reaches this age, you should strongly consider replacement in order to avoid some of the hassles or potentially dangerous problems that an old water heater can cause.

You may need a new water heater if:

  • Your current water heater is leaking
  • Your current water heater is showing signs of age
  • Your energy bills have climbed substantially for no apparent reason
  • You seem to run out of hot water faster than you did before
  • Your hot water doesn’t seem to be as hot as it was before

A new water heater installation is a pretty serious project, which is why we strongly advise leaving it to our professionals. We make sure you have the proper permits for getting the job done, that your connections are solid and sealed from leaks or other issues, and that your new heater is properly secured. If you want to make sure your home is in good hands, make sure your new water heater is installed by a professional.

Tank vs. Tankless Water Heaters

There are many types of water heaters to consider, especially if you have an older unit. A tank-type heater is the most common and has been around for over a hundred years. They cost less upfront and are the easiest to install and replace. However, they can cost you more money in energy because the tanks are large and heavy. This means that over the life of the water heater you’re likely to spend more money.

A tankless water heater heats the water as it flows through special tubing inside the device. Because it heats water as you use it, you can never run out of hot water. This is very helpful for families or businesses that use a lot of hot water on a regular basis. These units require routine maintenance to keep sediment from building up. The higher upfront cost of a tankless system is offset by energy savings.

There are also hybrid systems that have both a tank and a heat pump. A hybrid water heater can save you money on energy costs and give you some of the benefits of a tankless water heater without as much cost up front. However, the lifetime cost of the unit will still be more than an entirely tankless system.

Contact Plumb Masters, Inc. for quality water heater installation services today.

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