Have you noticed that your water heater just isn’t running as hot as it used to? Even when you have turned up the temperature on the unit, is it still taking too long to warm up, and not staying as warm for as long? Is your water heater 10-15 years old, or older? If any of these are true for you, it may be time to treat yourself to a new water heater, especially before the temperatures drop for the winter season.
You may think that the investment of buying a new water heater is out of your budget currently, but with the many options for water heaters that exist, and the amount of money that you could be saving monthly on your bill, it just might be worth looking into. Many people have the mindset that if something isn’t broke, don’t fix it. However, just because something is still functionally working, does not mean that it is effectively or efficiently working. There may be updated versions, or better quality products that would make upgrading what you currently have a wise decision.
Buying a New Water Heater
When you decide that it is time to update your water heater, you don’t have to go through the process alone. There are several options and solutions for your water heating concerns, and the decisions can be endless and overwhelming. Consult with the experts at Vegas Plumbing Services to see what is the best option for you. We are knowledgeable about the products that we carry, and can help you figure out the right fit for you.
In addition to offering many water heaters to choose from, we also provide installation. We ensure that your water heater is properly installed and working as it should, in order to prevent potential problems in the future. We also have qualified maintenance personnel ready to handle all over your questions and yearly checkups for your units. If you have any concerns, consultations and inspections are always free, so you never have to worry about reaching out.
Maintaining Your New Water Heater
In order to prevent potential future problems, and to keep your new unit running smoothly, we recommend getting it maintained or serviced at least once a year. This can extend the life of your water heater and end up saving you money. Our experts are always on hand to help out.
Whether you have been having problems with your current water heater, or it is simply outdated, treat yourself to a new one today. Contact us to help!