When temperatures drop, and the skies are gray and cloudy, there’s nothing quite like a hot, relaxing bath to warm up. However, if your water heater is not running as it should, this attempt at relaxation could turn into a headache instead! Perhaps you have noticed that your water heating isn’t getting water quite as warm as you would like, or maybe, even though you turned up the temperature on the unit, it takes longer to heat up, and doesn’t run hot for as long? If you have noticed any of these issues, or if your unit is around 10-15 years old, it may be time to invest in a new one, before it goes cold for good!
If the idea of investing in a new water heater seems beyond your reach, don’t worry! There are plenty of options for water heaters nowadays, and a new one might even end up saving your money on your monthly utility bills. There’s a common saying that goes “if it isn’t broke, don’t fix it.” This may be true in some circumstances, however, even though something is functionally working, that doesn’t mean that it is still operating efficiently or up to the same standards as an updated version is. Sometimes upgrading or updating your unit is the most financially wise option.
Buying a New Water Heater
As with any new purchase, buying a new water heater can be overwhelming and confusing. There are many different options and solutions out there, and if you are not familiar with the details, or even what your specific needs are, you may end up purchasing something that is not the right fit. When it comes time to make this decision, consult with the experts at Vegas Plumbing Services. We can help determine what your needs are, and aid in selecting the best solution for you!
At Vegas Plumbing Services, we not only offer water heater units, but we also complete the installation of them as well. We can make sure that your water heater is installed correctly and verify that it operates as it should, which can help to avoid any future problems. We also offer regular maintenance to stay on top of the condition of your water heater, also helping to prevent potential issues. 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.
Don’t get yourself in hot water by waiting to update your water heater. Before your water runs cold for good, let us find a solution for you. Contact us to help!