Standard tank water heaters
Tank water heaters and tankless water heaters are both great options for providing hot water for a home. Your plumber can help find the best solution for your hot water needs.
A happy home usually includes hot water for showers, dishes, and laundry. While most houses are equipped with tank water heaters powered by natural gas, electricity, or propane, tankless water heaters are gaining popularity.
A traditional tank unit usually has a glass tank inside an insulated jacket. The tank is most often 40, 50, or 75 gallons for most single-family homes. The tank holds the hot water, distributing it on demand when showers, sink, or appliances need it. Once it runs out, it must reheat a new supply of water.
Tankless water heaters
A tankless water heater heats a steady stream of water as it’s used, endlessly. It’s not necessarily faster than a traditional heater, but if you need a lot more hot water than your regular tank can provide it might be a good solution for your hot water needs.
Give us a call anytime to troubleshoot your hot water issues including low pressure, no heat, or leaking water heater. Some of these can be solved easily, and some may require a new water heater, but either way, we can help!