Do you need a new water heater? If your current water heater has sprung a leak, or you simply need a new water heater installed for the first time, you need to have the job done by an experienced plumber to ensure it’s done right. Installing a new water heater is a big job, and with so many different things that need to be set up and installed properly, even a single mistake could prove costly. When it comes to new water heaters, the Jonesboro plumbers at Chris West Plumbing are the ones people trust to get it done. Nobody installs or replaces more water heaters and has as consistent of a track record of outstanding customer service than we do, and we’d love to show you how we’ve earned that reputation.
At Chris West Plumbing, we understand how important your water heater is to you. We’re homeowners ourselves, and we know how stressful things can be when your current heater springs a leak or gives out on you. Our replacement services are designed to take care of as much of the stress as possible, ensuring that your new water heater installation is smooth, quick, and competitively-priced. We pride ourselves on the quality of our workmanship, and we make sure every aspect of your water heater installation is done in accordance with all modern building safety codes and standards so you can enjoy your water heater in confidence for years to come. We stand by our work, and if you’re not satisfied with any aspect of the job done, we’ll do whatever it takes to make things right.
One question that customers frequently ask is whether their current water heater issues can be fixed or if they should just replace their system outright. In some cases this isn’t straightforward, but there are a few situations in which replacement is almost always the better option. For example, if your tank is leaking, you absolutely need to replace your water heater as soon as possible, as leaking tanks can’t usually be fixed.
You may need a new water heater if:
Even the most well-built and well-maintained tank will eventually wear out and need replaced—tank-style heaters are essentially disposable appliances. While strides have been made to make them more reliable over the years, the truth is water will slowly wear away at almost any water heater tank.
When you need a new water heater, many homeowners are choosing to make the switch to a tankless water heater system. These modern appliances not only last significantly longer because they don’t have a tank of water to store, but they also help you save on your utility bills due to only having to heat the water one time. Likewise, because they don’t have a storage tank that will run out, you’ll enjoy a potentially limitless supply of hot water, whenever you need it!
Interested in learning more about installing a new water heater? Contact Chris West Plumbing today!