Water Heater Replacement
When you require water heater replacement, call Marquez Plumbing for the job and leave it to our expert technicians to carry out the work.
You can expect the water heater to get a workout in any occupied house or office. Its general life expectancy is about eight to 12 years.
The duration varying based on the local climate and the severity of the weather it produces, the unit design, the quality of the installation work, and the kind of maintenance it receives.
As mentioned, water heaters don’t last forever, and if yours is nearing its decade mark, you can expect the usual signs of wear and tear as testament to its many years of service.
“You can probably spot leaks around the base of the tank and experience erratic performance from it.”
These typically signal the need for a replacement and you best place a call to us so we can send over one or more of our technicians to inspect your unit and deliver a verdict.
Whatever the reason of your unit’s failure, be it a blown fuse, a tripped breaker, or simple old age, we can provide the appropriate service to resolve your water heater issue.
If you require water heater replacement, leave it to our expert technician to carry out the work for you. It is recommended that any water heater installation be done professionally to ensure that it works properly and runs as efficiently as possible for it to be safe and cost-effective.
Water heaters conventionally come in two kinds: gas and electric. The electric variety is suitable almost anywhere, while the gas kind is usually installed in a home or office that already uses gas for other appliances such as the oven or the furnace. If you’re replacing your water heater, you’re likely to use the same type of unit.
This gives you the opportunity to get an upgraded version of it, perhaps even choose to increase the unit’s holding capacity in case your family or business has grown through the years. Technology has also progressed to offer units that allow better energy efficiency and cost effectivity. We can guide you in choosing the best unit to suit your setup.
We can explain to you all about the features to take into account when choosing your water heater:
- Dimensions – Which heaters have the width and height that will physically fit in the space you have for a unit?
- Gallon capacity – Should you go for the 40-gallon or the 50-gallon heater?
- Recovery rate – How many gallons does the heater heat in an hour?
- Energy efficiency rating – What sticker should you look for and what information on it should you note? If your current unit is not heating water as hot as you want it to be, if you hear hissing or sizzling noises, if the pressure-relief valve seems to be leaking, or if the water supply pipes are leaking, call us right away so we can check things out and apply the fitting solution, be it a simple repair job, a part replacement, or an entire unit replacement.