Install New Water Heater Replacements

Phoenix, AZ Installation Services for Tankless and Standard Heating Units.

Is your current water heater causing you problems? Have you noticed that your utility bill keeps going up? Most home and business owners don’t think about a water heater replacement until it’s a need. Not only does this cost them a hot shower and a lot of money, but it can lead to injuries and other hazards. At Canyon State, our certified installation plumbers are required to be experts in old and new water heaters. When you decide to replace your unit with us, you can expect professionalism and a quality install that lasts.

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Why Replace Your Water Heater With Us?

Although some Phoenix plumbers want to talk their customers into buy expensive systems, we simply want you to maximize efficiency and save money over time. That’s why our water heater replacements include a detailed discovery process that determines what type of installation will suit your property the best. For more than 30 years now we’ve taken pride in customer satisfaction and quality replacement services. If you’re looking for complete water heater installers or want to know more about our replacement services, we’d love to introduce you to the family.

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What Type of Water Heater Are You Looking For?

There are several different factors worth considering before purchasing a new water heater. This is where working with an experienced professional to upgrade or install your system can be invaluable. Either way, here are your primary water heating options.

The most important decision regarding water heaters will be choosing whether you want to install a unit with a conventional storage tank or a tankless model. Traditional tank-style units are relatively inexpensive and they last around 10-12 years if maintained. When you turn on a hot tap, hot water is pulled from the tank which is then replaced with cold water. Even when there is no demand, the water must be reheated every time the temperature falls below the thermostat threshold. The main drawback is that once the hot water is gone, you’ll have to wait for the water inside of the tank to reheat. Depending on the size of your water heater, this could take a while.

When it comes down to powering the heating process, tankless water heaters use 30-50% less electricity than water storage tank models. They also provide an endless supply of hot water since they instantly heat water on demand. These units are much smaller and are usually hung on a wall, even inside of the shower itself. While a typical water heater doesn’t take up that much room, the additional space can be used for storage or other purposes. For those of you looking to replace water heaters with tankless technology, it’s important to work with a certified plumber that knows how to pick a model with sufficient capacity to satisfy your entire family during peak usage.

The Water Heater Replacement Process

Once you’ve chosen the water heater that best fits your needs, the best thing you can do is have it installed by a trained and certified plumber. When we manage an installation, we actually take the time to remove and drain your old unit before hauling it away. Some companies will charge extra for this. If you have a gas water heater, we verify that the flue is clear prior to making the final connections. A blue flame with yellow tips confirms the burners are operating efficiently.

Electric water heater replacements are connected directly to the power source and we inspect all electrical components to ensure everything is safe and operating properly. Tankless water heaters may require more time to install depending on the size of your plumbing pipes and electric capacity. Manufacturers recommend that you have a professional plumbing contractor set up these complex units. Some Phoenix properties are not capable of supporting the power and fuel requirements for tankless water heaters without certain modifications to gas or electric lines.

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