Las Vegas water heater Installation done right!
Has your water heater reached the end of its life? Are you considering switching from electric to gas -- or even adding a tankless water heater to your home? Don't rely on an inefficient or outdated water heater for your cooking and cleaning. We offer reliable and affordable water heater installation in Las Vegas. We install all types of water heaters in existing homes and new construction with a focus on quality and customer service. Learn more about your options below then contact us for a free estimate.
Tankless Water Heater Installation
A tankless water heater comes with many benefits like energy efficiency and hot water on demand. Depending on your household size and hot water demand, you can replace your existing tank heater with an efficient tankless water heater. This can save space in your home and reduce the risk of water damage. On-demand water heaters can also be used to supplement your current heater to supply hot water to a bathroom, washing machine, or hot tub. We offer affordable tankless water heater installation in Las Vegas. Curious about going tankless? Want to replace your conventional tank or supplement with a tankless system? Contact us for an estimate.
Gas Water Heater Installation
Concerned about energy costs? Gas hot water heater installation is the way to go. Gas water heater installation can reduce your heating costs substantially compared to electric. Gas water heaters do cost more upfront and installation costs are higher, especially if you are converting from electric to gas, but energy savings can cover the difference in just two years. Gas hot water heater installation is also recommended if you have high hot water demand or a large household because gas heats water faster than electric.
Electric Water Heater Installation
An electric water heater is a good choice if your home does not have a gas line or you prefer to remain all-electric. While electric water heaters aren't as energy efficient as gas, there is no risk of a gas leak and they can be installed in smaller areas like a closet. Electric hot water heater installation in Las Vegas is also a good option if you want fewer repairs. Electric water heaters last longer than gas and have fewer working parts.
New Water Heater Installation
Whether you are replacing your old hot water heater or you need a new heater as part of a home project, you want a hot water heater that fits your needs. Our Las Vegas water heater installation experts will help you choose the water heater that meets your requirements. We install gas, electric, and tankless water heaters of all sizes and efficiency levels. With a new hot water system, you can enjoy greater performance and energy efficiency to lower your energy bills. A new system can also reduce your wait time for hot water and save you the money and stress of frequent repairs.
Do you have questions about Las Vegas water heater installation? Our water heater installation company is here to help. Here are some frequently asked questions, but please give us a call if you have additional questions or you're ready to request a free estimate.
Will a tankless style water heater work for me?
Tankless water heaters, also known as on-demand systems, offer endless on-demand hot water, lower energy costs, and reduced storage space. Tankless systems also last much longer than tank heaters. The typical gas tankless water heater can save an average of $108 per year in energy costs compared to a tank heater, according to the Department of Energy. Still, tankless water heater installation can be costly. You can expect to pay up to three times as much for a tankless system as a conventional water heater. If your home needs to be rewired, the cost is higher.
There are several factors that determine whether a tankless water heater is the right fit for your home. On-demand systems can't keep up with high demand, or simultaneous hot water use from more than one source. If you have a large household, switching to tankless for your entire home may not work well. You may still benefit from adding a tankless water heater to a single bathroom or using it to serve just one high-demand appliance like a washing machine.
In general, tankless is a good option if you want to reduce energy costs, save space, and enjoy a longer warranty and lifespan. Tankless may not be the best option if your budget does not allow for high upfront costs or major changes to your home.
Do I need to have a brand new water heater installed?
Depending on the age and condition of your existing water heater, repairs may be possible. This may not be worth the effort and expense if your water heater is around 10 years old, however. A brand new water heater doesn't just eliminate the need for costly repairs. It can also significantly lower your energy costs. Today's water heaters are far more efficient than models from just a decade ago. It may be worthwhile to replace a functioning water heater once it reaches around 10 years old.
Your water heater will also give you many signs that it's preparing to fail. As your water heater ages, pressure, heat, and sediment will damage the liner of the tank and cause corrosion. Your water heater may need to be replaced when it cannot consistently heat water, cannot maintain a steady temperature, makes loud noises during operation, or your water is discolored.
How long does it take to install a new water heater?
Unless you are switching from electric to gas, conventional water heater installation usually takes up to three hours. Up to half of this time involves removing the old water heater. Positioning and connecting your new system takes about 45 to 90 minutes. If you are converting from electric to gas, you can expect it to take longer to install a gas line and vent the system. Gas and electric tankless water heater installation takes longer, or anywhere from 8 to 10 hours. This may involve installing a gas line, electrical work, and special venting.
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