YOU MAY NEED A NEW WATER HEATER IF:
- Your water temperature is inconsistent
- Your water heater is leaking
- Your water heater is over 10 years old
- Your water heater is accumulating rust
- You hear clanking or knocking noises
Our goal at Rock Solid is to provide you with all the information you need to make the best decision for you and your family. Our plumbers and staff are not incentivized or rewarded based on the type or brand of water heater you choose to have us install. Your satisfaction is our number one goal.
Types of heaters:
Most homes in America have conventional hot water heaters. These water heaters have a large tank that heats the water using a fuel such as propane, natural gas, or electricity. They generally hold 20-80 gallons of water at a time. This large amount of water takes awhile to heat and requires energy to stay heated day and night, even while not in use. Though conventional heaters are not as energy efficient as other types, they are still a simple way to heat water for your home.
TANKLESS WATER HEATERS
Tankless water heaters heat water on demand. You can save money and reduce waste by not heating and reheating the same tank of water over and over (especially in a climate like Alaska). When the tap is turned on, the heater goes to work and supplies continuous hot water. A tankless water heater often requires less space and can hang on a wall. A tankless water heater has a life expectancy of 15-20 years and may reduce water heating bills by as much as 30%. The added upfront costs can often be quickly offset by the long-term savings in your energy bill. Call us today and we can help you weigh your options, pressure and hassle free.