Water Heater Repair in Denver & Colorado Springs
Affordable Plumbing, Heat & Electrical
Water heaters typically have a lifespan of about 10 years, but even before that the timeframe you may begin to notice problems with your residential or commercial water heater. If you suspect your water heater needs to be serviced, let Affordable Plumbing, Heat & Electrical recommend an effective course of action for repair or replacement. It is important for business owners to recognize the signs that their water heater is having reoccurring issues or failing altogether. Our team is composed of industry professionals who are always capable of promptly servicing any water heater system in Denver and Colorado Springs.
Water Heater Installation
In many cases, we will recommend repairing the existing water heater as opposed to buying a new one. We can examine your existing water heater and determine if it can be repaired. A corroded storage-tank needs to be replaced, but a leaky drain or pressure-relief valve, or a burned-out heating element can often be fixed.
With water heaters having an average lifespan of around 10 years, we will also take the time to diagnose the age of the water heater based on the brand and wear and tear on the equipment. If we find that a water heater is over 10 years old, it may be necessary to replace it with a newer, more efficient model in order to promote safety in your home and business in Denver and Colorado Springs. Our experts are fully trained and certified to determine the extent of the damage and offer the best solution for fixing the problem at hand.
Factors you will want to consider when choosing a new hot water heater are how much capacity you need in your home or business. If your family is growing it might be time to buy a larger hot water heater. Additionally, there are many new types of water heaters beyond the standard storage tank heaters. Some of the types of water heaters that we are prepared to install and repair for our customers include:
Tankless Water Heaters
Tankless heaters offer the convenience of on-demand hot water to residential and commercial buildings without the need for a full tank. Because of their smaller size, they are easy to place and can fit into most homes or offices in Denver and Colorado Springs.
Electric Water Heaters
With electric heaters, flue systems, heat exchangers, and burners aren’t required. These heaters use electricity to warm your water and present no risk of harmful gas emissions or dangerous leakages. The size of electric heaters can range from 28 to more than a hundred gallons. They can be easily installed anywhere in the house or business establishment.
Propane Water Heaters
Propane water heaters use clean-burning propane gas to heat water in homes and offices. The exhaust gases are used to warm up the water for a wide variety of applications, and these units will not be impacted if there is an issue with the electric grid making them ideal for areas with unreliable electricity.
Hybrid Electric Water Heaters
Hybrid electric water heaters forego both gas and electricity in favor of using the ambient heat present in the air. This heat is drawn into the system and repurposed to efficiently warm water throughout a building. These systems generally leave residents with smaller heating bills and are installed in a furnace room with enough air space and clearance around the heating unit to allow it to work effectively.
All of these water heater tanks offer various benefits and advantages depending on the homeowner’s preferences. Affordable Plumbing & Heat can provide and install any of them and advise you on the best choice for your home. We pride ourselves on having transparent and honest communication with our customers in order to give them the best selection possible.