Call The Drain Team® today if you need a new water heater for your home or business in Tampa Bay. After a brief consultation, we will recommend a few options regarding the proper type, size, and manufacturer with a Free Estimate for purchase, installation, and service warranty after the sale. We have been helping residents of Tampa, St. Petersburg, Tampa Bay, and Sarasota for over twenty years. Find out about current rebates and tax incentives you can take advantage of at 800-863-1079.
We represent the finest water heater manufacturers in the world:
- A.O. Smith
- Takagi Tankless
- Rinnai Tankless
- Veissman Solar
- Heliodyne Solar
- EnerWorks Solar
Types of Water Heaters
Advances in technology have revolutionized the water heater industry. New methods of obtaining and storing energy and creating heat for water have given property owner many choices to find the right solution for them.
- Electric – Traditional Electric Tank water heaters are still the most popular water heater installed today
- Gas – If you have a gas line coming into your house, consider running a line into you’re your water heater and purchasing a gas unit. Gas water heaters can save up to 50% per year compared to electric.
- Tankless – Tankless water heaters can be a great alternative to traditional units. Water is heated “on-demand”. This saves both money and energy because hot water isn’t sitting on standby, losing heat the entire time.
- Solar – Find out how to use the most renewable energy source we have access to, solar power. The Drain Team® sells and installs new solar hot water heaters.
Common Reason Calling for a New Water Heater
Many Tampa Plumbing customers begin talking to us seeking our advice on what we can do to repair their current water heater. There are a few things we can replace on it to reclaim its usefulness after a problem but everything should be weighed against the age and type of unit it is.
If you have a leak somewhere in your water heater, we can make a successful repair depending on where the leak is. If it is on one of the valves or connections we can usually replace it and there should be no problem squeezing more years from your current unit. However, if the leak is in the tank itself or on one of the seams caused by rust, a complete replacement would be the wisest thing to do.
Units are designed to last 10 to 15 years so consider the age of your water heater when making a decision. Purchasing a new unit will probably even save money and energy in the long run considering the efficiency of units currently on the market.
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