Water Heater Services from Bob Hamilton Plumbing, Heating, A/C, Rooter & Electrical
Water Heater Services in Overland Park, KS
Over time, Kansas City water heaters accumulate rust and sediment that reduce their ability to heat water. Eventually, an unmaintained water heater will operate inefficiently and potentially be damaged beyond repair. This is especially true if you have hard water in your home. To prevent the premature failure of your water heater, call Bob Hamilton for annual water heater maintenance.
Water heater repair from Bob Hamilton
No one likes starting their day with an ice-cold shower that's why it's essential to know who to call for expert water heater repair. It's easy to forget your water heater is even there until it develops a problem, but Bob Hamilton Plumbing, Heating, & A/C can provide regular maintenance to keep it good working order for longer. Even when you stay on top of maintenance, unexpected issues are bound to happen.
Over time water heaters will break down, which can reduce the efficiency of the entire system. A good rule of thumb when you're unsure whether to go the repair or replace route is to never spend more on repair than half the cost of replacing the water heater. Over the long run, you will spend less installing a new heater than on escalating, ongoing repairs for your old unit.
Water heater installation in KC
Are your daily showers hit or miss when it comes to hot water? Sounds like it may be time to get in touch with Bob Hamilton Plumbing, Heating, & A/C to schedule expert water heater installation and replace your old water heater. Our plumbing experts can help you decide the best type of water heater to support your needs and install the unit whenever it suits you. What are the tell-tale signs you need a new water heater?
- Your current unit is over 10 years old
- Water temperature is unpredictable and inconsistent
- The unit is leaking around the base
- You notice your water smells off or is discolored
"Your ideal water heater will vary depending on your hot water needs, the layout of your home, and your budget. " While you look for a unit, consider the following things: fuel types (gas or electric, unit type (tank or tankless), the length and coverage or warranty, how many people live in your home, long-term maintenance requirements, and operating costs. If you're unsure, our specialists can always walk you through your options and recommend the best option for you.
The most important question when choosing a new water heater is whether you should try a traditional tank model or a tankless unit. By not heating and re-heating the same water over and over, a tankless water heater will save you money. You'll also no longer have to run the water for it to heat it up. Although it costs more upfront, a tankless water heater will save you money as time goes on.