ater Heaters Installation, Replacement, and Repair Service In Fayetteville, NC
Water Heater Installation, Replacement, and Repair Service
Water Heater Installation, Replacement, and Repair service is installing or replacing a water heater. Water Heater Installation, Replacement, and Repair may also include repairs to leaks and other problems with the water heater. This often includes checking for corrosion on pipes and insulation around the tank. Water Heater Replacement may be necessary if the water heater reaches the end of its life and needs to be replaced.
Water Heater Installation and Repair should always be performed by a professional Water Heater Installation, Replacement, and Repair service that can help protect your home from significant water damage. At Flow-Rite Plumbing & Drain Service, we are experts in Water Heater Installation, Replacement, and Repair. We have the knowledge and experience to help protect your home from water damage and ensure a prompt and professional installation or repair.
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Electric Water Heater
Electric water heater repairs, as well as replacements and new installations.
Electric water heaters work from the inside-out, by warming “elements”, or rods, submerged in a water storage tank, transferring heat from the elements to the water. Electric water heaters operate as much as 50% more efficient than gas water heaters
There are three types of electric water heaters:
- Standard Tank
- High-Efficiency Tank
- Hybrid Heat Pump
Gas Water Heater
Gas hot water heaters are the most popular variety, so of course Flow-Rite Plumbing offers exceptional repair services on them, as well as replacements and new installations
Natural gas is the primary fuel-source for water heaters because it is generally more cost-efficient than electricity. In fact, some utility companies offer rebates for switching from an electric-, to a gas-powered water heater.
A gas burner continually heats the water in a storage tank from the bottom of the unit. Traditionally, gas water heaters have a lifetime of 8-12 years, and once they approach this age, most service providers will not perform maintenance, as the cost of the repair could outpace the value of the unit.