Hot Waters Heaters
Time for a new hot water heater?
The best time to have a new unit installed is before the old one stops working or leaks and damages your home. A traditional tank unit may last 6-10 years. If your home is located in an area with poor water quality, the unit’s lifespan may be even shorter.
Our expert plumbers can work with you to improve your water quality and install a new unit when the time is right. We offer both tank units and tankless (on-demand).
Electric, gas or on-demand (tankless)
Today there are a number of options for high-efficiency water heaters. Our team can help you weigh the benefits and costs associated with each to determine which option is best for you. The average useful life of a tankless water heater can be up to 20 years, depending on the hardness of the water and proper care and maintenance.
Top 4 signs you need a new hot water heater
Your hot water is not as hot as it used to be, or you don’t get as much hot water.
You hear a clunking sound coming from the water heater.
You see signs of leaking.
You notice calcification at the top of the unit.
Questions? Need to schedule an appointment? Call the Good Guys today or fill out the form.
*Please note that our plumbers are not on call for emergencies like clogged pipes or backed-up toilets.