Professional Water Heater Installation for the Voorhees, Mt. Laurel, & Haddonfield, NJ Areas
Water heaters are constantly working every day throughout the year. When they break down and you are in need of a new water heater installation, it should come as no surprise. However, stepping into an ice-cold shower will most likely catch you off guard. This appliance is one that is most taken for granted in your home and since they are usually out of sight, they are out of your mind as well, not receiving the amount of maintenance that they should.
At Bommer Plumbing and Drain Cleaning, we carry a complete line of gas and electric water heaters. This includes a selection of standard water heaters to tankless water heaters. If your current water heater isn’t working efficiently, we can help replace your existing water heater and provide you with the water heater installation services you are looking for in the Cherry Hill, Marlton, Voorhees, Mt. Laurel, Haddonfield, Moorestown, Medford, Woodbury, Sewell, and Washington Township, NJ areas.
How Can You Tell it’s Time to Install a New Water Heater?
It’s important for your home to have a functional water heater at all times, particularly during the cold weather we experience during a New Jersey winter. Regular repairs and maintenance can help maximize your existing water heater’s lifespan, but nothing lasts forever. Eventually, it will be time to replace it. Knowing the signs that it’s time to install a new water heater is imperative to getting the process done as efficiently as possible without inconveniencing your family. If you notice any of the following signals that your water heater is on its way out, contact our team to schedule a replacement.
- Age: Most water heater systems can last from 15 to 20 years with proper care and regular maintenance. If your water heater is more than 20 years old, you should consider installing a new system as soon as possible – even if your heater is currently working fine. A decline due to age will begin at some point, and investing in a new water heater will make more sense – and be more cost-effective – than making repairs.
- Lower Hot Water Volume: If you’re noticing a decline in the amount of warm water available to your household, it could mean that your water heater is in decline; it might make more sense to swap it out for a new one depending on the specific problem and your unit’s age.
- Corrosion: You should not see any corrosion on your water heater unless it is extremely old. If you do notice parts of your heater corroding, a replacement will be necessary.
- A Spike in Your Heating Bill: Hot water accounts for the bulk of the heating energy your home uses. If your water heater is on the decline, it will begin to work inefficiently and use up more energy, causing your utility bill to spike. If you’re noticing a big increase in your heating bill from this time last year, contact our team to come to take a look to determine your next steps. If it makes more sense to install a new water heater, it might be time to make the switch.
At Bommer Plumbing and Drain Cleaning, we want to make sure that your home continues to have a steady supply of hot water for years to come. If you need a new water heater, contact our team to get started!
Hire Our Professionals for Your Water Heater Installation!
As with most things these days, you can probably find an instructional video online on how to install a new water heater. This is great for those who want to save money. However, it is safer to leave these projects to the professionals to avoid injury or other hazards including gas leaks, ignition problems, faulty venting, water leaks, bacteria growth, and much more. Our water heater installation team follows local building codes, giving you the peace of mind you need. Our staff understands the ins and outs of the water heaters they install and ensures that your new heater will work effectively and efficiently over the years.
If you need a new water heater for your home in the Cherry Hill, Marlton, Voorhees, Mt. Laurel, Haddonfield, Moorestown, Medford, Woodbury, Sewell, or Washington Township, NJ areas, contact the experienced team at Bommer Plumbing and Drain Cleaning. We look forward to working with you!