Water Heater Installation in Charlotte
Do you take hot water for granted? We all do. Few even think about their water heater until there’s a problem—like no hot water. We believe in keeping every part of your plumbing system in dependaworthy condition. Here are a few key points to remember about your water heater.
4 Warning Signs It’s Time for a Water Heater Replacement
Get ahead of water heater issues by watching for these warning signs:
- Water pooling on the floor under the unit
- Wet carpet in the next room
- Unusually high water bills without any obvious cause
- Hot water takes longer to start, or never comes at all
- A gas water heaters constantly needs relighting
If you experience any of these problems, call us to evaluate, repair or provide water heater installation in Charlotte.
Why Should You Maintain Your Water Heater?
Poorly maintained water heaters can and do malfunction. Carbon monoxide can enter the home if a gas model water heater has a gas leak. Damaged wiring is not only a fire hazard; electric shock is also a concern. During an annual water heater maintenance service, a Dependaworthy Charlotte plumber will identify and correct problems while they are still small. That's a lot safer than waiting for a major problem before calling for help.
What Do You Do When It’s Time to Replace Your Water Heater?
Like all things, water heaters do eventually wear out. Sometimes, the best fix is a water heater replacement. Call Benjamin Franklin Plumbing of Charlotte—the plumbers your neighbors trust for water heater installation in Charlotte. We'll evaluate your water usage and recommend the right size and model to give you dependaworthy hot water.
Whether it's repairs, annual maintenance, or complete replacement, the plumbing professionals at Benjamin Franklin Plumbing of Charlotte are ready to help in Charlotte, Gastonia, Matthews, Cornelius, and the surrounding areas, and we'll take care of you, too. Don't wait for a problem to get bigger. Call (704) 802-1379 to set up an appointment today..
Q: What is the difference between gas and electric water heaters?
A: A key difference between the two major types of water heaters is the price. Gas water heaters are typically cheaper to operate than electric, depending on your local utilities. However, they also cost more upfront. Based on these energy savings, gas heaters generally make up the difference in price in about one year.