Choosing to repair or replace a water heater is not always an easy decision, but Priority Services of Las Vegas is here to walk through all the options and help you to make the best decision for your home. Whether you have a leaking water heater, or just notice it takes too long to get hot water, there are many things to consider.
Water Heater Maintenance & Repairs
We’ve all heard the stories of broken water heaters that cause damage to flooring and drywall. Not only is this a pain to deal with, but the repairs to walls and floors are a costly expense in addition to replacing the actual water heater. Taking preventative measures by performing regular maintenance is the best way to ensure your water heater is in good condition and avoid costly repairs. Our certified technicians will advise you if they can fix your unit, or if it’s time for a replacement.
Repair or Replace?
After troubleshooting some common issues, how can you know if a repair is sufficient or if you need a new water heating system? There are a few things to consider:
- Erratic Operation
- Ten Or More Years Old
- Insufficient Heating
- Serious Corrosion
Save Money On Energy
If it’s time to replace your water heater, your best bet is to shop for an energy efficient model. Few options save more money than tankless water heater installation. An electric water heater uses 25-30% of the electricity in your home by continually heating and storing water that you may not use right away. A gas hot water heater saves a little more energy, but not much. With a tankless system, you can reduce your energy usage by up to 50%. With a device the size of a briefcase, tankless systems provide hot water when and how you need it.
Water Heater Installation & Repair
For water heater repairs and installation, contact Priority Services of Las Vegas. If you’re tired of not getting enough hot water, or just want to save money on your energy bills, call us today. We will evaluate your water heating system, and either repair it to run more efficiently or install a brand new heater.