Tampa Water Heater Repair & Replacement
A water heater is a complex device that requires a professional plumber to inspect, repair, and install. Over time, the safety features of your water heater can fail. An element in the water heater can become corroded and stop heating water effectively. The temperature mechanism may give a false reading. The sacrificial anode protecting the lining of your tank from rust may have reached its expected lifespan. In gas water heaters the vent system may become obstructed or the pilot light and thermo-couples may fail. If you have any concerns about the operation, safety, or efficiency of your natural gas, propane, or electric water heater in Tampa Bay, contact the plumbing experts at EVERYDAYPLUMBER.com for all your water heater repairs. Same day service is available and our courteous and knowledgeable plumbers are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to remedy any water heater emergencies that may arise. EVERYDAYPLUMBER.com is committed to providing our customers with professional and timely plumbing service with customer service unmatched by any other plumbing company in Tampa.
Did you know a water heater can be up to 15% of your homes energy consumption?
Choosing the most efficient and cost effective water heater for your home is a very important decision. EVERYDAYPLUMBER.com can show you the latest technology in hot water heaters. We will help you choose the best system for your needs, with the best features, overall value, and lowest running costs.
Storage Tank Water Heaters
Standard tank water heaters are the most common water heaters in Tampa and around the country. They provide a large volume of dependable, low-cost hot water. Tank water heaters can heat water using propane, natural gas or electricity. The proper placement and venting of a gas water heater is very important. If you are thinking of moving from an electric water heater to a gas water heater it is important that the local plumber you hire is licensed. Make sure they pull the proper plumbing permits and have the installation inspected to avoid any dangers associated with gas water heaters. Standard residential tank water heaters store between 20 and 80 gallons of hot water. The temperature can be adjusted up or down to accommodate your personal hot water needs. The Consumer Product Safety Commission recommends setting the temperature to 120 °F. This is hot enough to deter bacterial growth but not hot enough to cause scalding. Tank water heaters are typically located in utility rooms, garages, closets, basements, or sometimes attics.
Hybrid Water Heaters
Hybrid water heaters combine tank storage with a heat pump. The heat pump extracts heat from the air and utilizes it to assist heating the stored water. Due to the added efficiency less electricity is consumed. Most hybrid water heaters can connect to existing water lines and electrical circuits, but like your home’s air conditioner, a condensate drain must be installed. Like a tankless water heater, the initial cost may be higher than a standard water heater but a hybrid water heater can reduce associated energy costs by nearly 60%. With the savings realized from installing a hybrid water heater, it will pay for itself in approximately 3 years. There are also rebates available from most energy providers for the installation of high efficiency water heaters. This can also help to ease the initial cost of installation. The technology and efficiency varies from manufacturer to manufacturer, so ask our plumbers on the best models and systems to suit your home or commercial business needs.
Tankless Water Heaters
Tankless water heaters are becoming a very popular alternative to storage tank water heaters. No matter how long you are in the shower, filling the Jacuzzi, or doing dishes you will not run out of hot water with a properly sized tankless water heater. Tankless water heaters are compact and can easily be wall-mounted inside or on an outside wall. Tankless water heaters are a “green”, more energy-efficient solution compared to tank heaters. They eliminate the cost of maintaining the desired temperature of a large tank of water waiting to be used. Tankless units provide hot water on-demand at the desired temperature. Some models come equipped with waterproof remote controls that make it convenient to adjust the temperature as needed. Sometimes you might want exactly 120°F for the dishwasher, but only 106°F for the children’s bath time; then back to 120°F for a relaxing soak in the tub. An important feature to a household is a quality hot water heater that can heat fast and meet the growing energy needs of a sustainable future. Save on your energy costs by contacting EVERYDAYPLUMBER.com today.
From the moment our dispatchers take your call until the job is done; EVERYDAYPLUMBER.com is committed to providing unmatched customer service, honest and affordable estimates, and dependable and guaranteed results.
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This plumber identified AND REPAIRED A TANKLESS WATER HEATER PROBLEM THAT EVEN THE COMPANY REP COULD NOT ! We were one step away from taking out the unit and installing a tank unit …his work saved us HUGE money and we will use them again! GREAT JOB! We are thrilled!!