Dallas - Fort Worth Water Heater Repair & Replacement
One of the most important pieces of equipment in your home is your hot water heater. It provides reliable hot water for your family throughout the year, ensuring you always have what you need to take a nice hot shower, wash clothes, or do the dishes. So, when your hot water heater stops working or you notice a drop off in the capacity in your system, it may be time for water heater repairs or replacement. Regardless of what problems you have with your hot water supply, contact Xtreme Air Services for immediate assistance. Our team of highly trained Dallas / Ft. Worth area plumbers will walk you through the process of repairing or choosing a new hot water system for your home.
We’re the top choice for water heater repairs, service, sales, and installation in Dallas / Fort Worth and we’re ready to serve you with the speed and professionalism you need. For emergency water heater repair service or preventative maintenance, contact Xtreme Air Services. We have 24-hour emergency plumbing repair services available for homes and businesses across Dallas \ Fort Worth. So, no matter if it’s day or night, our plumbers will take care of your repairs for you.
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Finding Your New Water Heater
Did you know that the less hot water you use, the more energy you save? After heating and cooling, water heating accounts for the second largest portion of your home’s energy usage, so you can save energy by using less hot water. An easy way to do this is to use cold water when you only need the water for a short period of time. When you turn the hot water on and off quickly, your hot water heater will probably be unable to heat the water quickly enough to reach the faucet before you turn it off. Water heaters have improved vastly over the years. The water heaters available today offer improved energy efficiency, affordability, and flexibility. If the time has come to replace your hot water system, here’s a quick look at the different types of models that are available for your home.
Tank Water Heaters
The most common form of hot water heating is a traditional tank system. A tank water heater is generally very effective and provides reliable hot water for your home. If you haven’t bought a new hot water heater in some time, you’ll be surprised by how much more energy efficient today’s tank models are than just a few years ago.
There are a few things to keep in mind when choosing a tank hot water heater, however. First, you must consider hot water tank capacity. Every home has a certain amount of water it will use in one hour. This is how hot water tanks are measured – their one hour peak capacity. If you turn on every shower, hot water faucet and dishwasher in your home for an hour, how much hot water do you need? The realistic amount your home uses will help determine how big of a tank you’ll need.
Tank hot water heaters, while more efficient than they once were, are still not the best options around. They use fuel to heat water continuously, whether you’re using it or not. So, even if you don’t use hot water all day, you’re paying money to heat it for no reason. You can take some steps to reduce the consumption, such as cutting the holding temperature to just 120°F instead of 140°F and cleaning your tank once every 6 months.
However, regardless of how frequently you clean your tank and where you keep the temperature, you’ll still always use energy to keep the water hot whether it’s in use or not. That’s why tankless hot water heaters are becoming so popular.
TANKLESS WATER HEATERS
Tankless systems work by instantly heating the water only when you need it. Rather than storing water in a tank and constantly using energy to keep it hot, a tankless water heater flash heats water when a fixture calls for it, delivering a continuous flow of hot water for as long as you need it.
The upfront cost of a tankless water heater is greater than that of a conventional tank water heater, but tankless water heaters will typically last much longer and have lower operating and energy costs, which helps offset its higher purchase price. Most tankless water heaters have a life expectancy of more than 20 years compared to 10-12 years for tank water heaters. They also have easily replaceable parts that extend their life by many more years.
Water Heater Installation
Once you’ve selected a type of hot water heater, you’ll need a professional to install it. The process requires careful measurement of your water needs, placement of the system and recalibration of the heating source.
To ensure you get the best service possible, contact Xtreme Air Services today. Our Dallas, Ft. Worth area water heater technicians work closely with homeowners to choose and install water heaters that fit their specific needs. Whether you’re ready to start the installation process now or you’d first like to discuss your options more in–depth with a technician, call us today.