Water Heater Replacement
Hot water is a luxury most of us take for granted until it starts coming out of the tap with a rusty hue or it doesn’t come out at all. If your home or business’s hot water is cold and rusted, then you need to start thinking about a water heater replacement immediately.
Like any appliance, water heaters won’t last forever. In fact, consider yourself lucky if yours has lasted longer than 10 years since it’s exceeded the projected service life already. But you are pushing your luck if you continue to operate this obsolete piece of machinery because it’s only a matter of time before it springs a leak and causes all kinds of other problems.
We understand that replacing a water heater can be an overwhelming process for many home and business owners in the area. That’s why All In One Electrical Heating and Cooling is here to help. We have completed more successful water heater replacements than any other company in the area. We are also available to help you assess the hot water needs of your commercial or residential building and select the ideal replacement water heater.
For a free estimate on our water heater replacement services, give All In One Electrical Heating and Cooling a call at (505) 424-8214 today. Don’t wait until your water heater has sprung a leak or stopped working altogether.
Cost-Friendly Water Heater Replacement Services
Our comprehensive water heater replacement services cover a wide range of makes and models from leading manufacturers. From tankless to electric to gas-powered on demand, we’ll match you with the hot water heating solution that suits your lifestyle, needs, and budget.
Our licensed experts are masters of their craft. We’ll work respectfully in your home or business to provide you with top-quality service, a streamlined installation process, and competitive rates. Phone our office today to request a complimentary quote.
Value-Driven Water Heater Replacement Parts
Sometimes it’s not the tank itself that is the problem. Sometimes, water heater replacement parts are all that is needed. Allow us to assess your existing water heating device to determine if there is an issue with one of the internal or external components. We will identify and take care of:
- Element replacement
- Thermostat replacement
- Drain valve replacement
Stop settling for lukewarm showers. Call our office today to arrange for an inspection and affordable maintenance services.
Water Heater Replacement with Installation
Even if you have not been experiencing problems with your hot water flow, it is still a good idea to check the installation date of your current water heating system. 10 years is the maximum life expectancy of these devices, and you take a big risk for each amount of additional time it spends in use thereafter. Some of the consequences of neglecting your water heater include:
- Tank rupture
- Accumulation of debris and possibly pathogens in an elderly tank system
- Rusty water
- Frequent repairs may become necessary
- Your water heater might quit unexpectedly, leaving you without the warm water you rely on
Water heaters are heavy and difficult to carry on your own. Protect yourself and your residence from the potential for bodily harm and other household damage by allowing our team to do the heavy lifting on your behalf. In the event that you’re unsure of how to get rid of the old system, we can also safely transport and dispose of your old tank for a small additional fee.
Be proactive and make sure your home or business is protected from the risk of water damage. Reach out to us today for more information on how to check the installation date of your tank.
Water Heater Replacement Cost
Water heater replacement costs are determined based on:
- The cost of the new system you’d like us to install
- The amount of time and labor involved
- The type of heater you’d like to upgrade to
If you are currently using an electric water heater but would prefer to upgrade to a tankless or gas water heating device, be prepared to pay additional fees to install the infrastructure that supports these models. Don’t hesitate to reach out to us today for more information.
Knowing When it’s Time to Replace Your Water Heater
We rely on our water heaters at all hours of the day, every day. Whether it’s to take a shower, wash the dishes or keep our clothes clean, you typically don’t realize how much you need a working water heater until it’s totally broken down. Of course, you don’t have to wait until you are high and dry to replace your water heater. In fact, being proactive about replacing your water heater can save you from paying for temporary repairs, water damage restoration and things of that nature.
So, to save you some cash, here’s what you need to look for to know for certain that it’s time to replace your water heater.
The average lifespan of an electric water heater is anywhere is anywhere from eight to twelve years. If your heater is somewhere in that range and it’s going to cost more to get it constant repairs in the long run than it is to replace it outright.
High energy bills
Some water heaters can last for two whole decades, which isn’t necessarily a good thing. Older water heaters not only use out-of-date, less efficient systems, they also have sediment built up inside of their tanks, which means they have to work even harder to heat up the water. Water heaters can account for up to 25 percent of a building’s energy use, so if you are tired of paying high electric bills every month, replacing your water heater is worth your while.
Less hot water
If your water heater can’t keep up with your hot water demands, it’s time for an upgrade.