Water Heater Installations

Enjoy constant hot water for your home with a new water heater tank. We’ll install and replace your 40 or 50 gallon tanks along with disposal for your old water heater unit. Or you can ugrade to a tankless water heater for your house. We install commercial water heaters as well.

40/50 Gallon Water Heater Tank Installations

Gas Water Heater Tank Installation

Typical In-door Home Gas Water Heater Tank Installation

Starting costs for water heater tank and installation:

  • $825 for a 40 gallon water heater tank includes installation and disposal service.

  • $950 for a 50 gallon water heater tank includes installation and disposal service.

Depending on how many people will use hot water and how large your house is, will help determine the size and type of water heater unit.

When a smaller unit is installed in a large house, it can be overworked. The constant heating of water can cause higher energy bills, more mineral and sediment deposits, and reduce its standard lifespan.

Larger units can be more difficult to maintain because of the large amount of water stored and higher energy costs for electric or gas.

Find out how much it’ll be for us to install a new unit for your home or business with a FREE consultation.

Tankless Water Heater Installations

Standard In-door Electric Tankless Water Heater Installation

Standard In-door Electric Tankless Water Heater Installation

Cost for tankless water heater installation starting from $1,500.

Benefits you’ll get for upgrading to a tankless water heater:

  • Reduce monthly utility bills when you lower energy demands for electricity or gas.
  • No mineral deposits, hardwater sediment build up, or dirty tanks to drain and maintain.
  • Provide unlimited supply of on-demand hot water. No shortage and never run out of hot water.
  • Save space with a smaller unit that’s more durable with a longer lifespan rated up to 30 years.

Find out how much it’ll be for us to install a new unit for your home or business with a FREE consultation.

When Will Your Water Heater Unit Need To Be Replaced?

All water heaters will have a set lifespan in its ability to provide hot running water. Eventually, it’ll need to be replaced and no amount of repair or maintenance will let it run efficiently like new.

Occassionaly, you can replace parts on a faulty water heater unit from temperature gauges to pilot burners to extend its lifespan. However, when you’re out of repair options, it’s time to replace the old water heater unit.

We can send an expert plumber to your house to inspect, repair, or replace your water heater unit.

Other Useful Water Heater Information

The standard water heater in your home is a tall cylindrical appliance that warms and stores an amount of water, typically 30 to 50 gallons. The standard lifespan for these units are between 10 to 15 years.

During the normal lifetime usage of water heater units, there will be mineral deposits, calcium and lime, build up in the tank.

Overtime, the water heater unit will lose its capacity and ability to efficiently heat up water. Using more energy to heat water will increase your water utility bill.

Regular maintenance to flush the water heater tank to clean out mineral deposits and sediment build up can increase the lifespan up to 5 years.