Water Heaters and Installations
Maintenance & Repairs
Cold showers are rarely refreshing. Especially when they come as a surprise. If you're concerned about the reliability of your water heater, our professional, skilled plumbers are just a phone call a day. With 24 hour emergency service, we can get your equipment functioning as quickly as possible.
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Replacements & Installations
With Decades of Experience in Plumbing Technology, We Have the Expert Advice You Need to Select the Best Water Heater for Your Home or Business. We recommend the most dependable and reliable brands. When your Water Heater needs to be replaced, we do the job right the first time.
24 Hour Emergency Services
Jersey Plumbing Service is dedicated to your comfort and daily necessities. Our experienced technicians continue to train and educate themselves on the best and newest technologies in plumbing. Keep your home protected by quickly replacing failed water heater, or maintaining and repairing your current Water Heater Equipment.
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Water Heater Services
One of the most relied upon machines in the home is the water heater. When they work, we enjoy hot water while hardly thinking about the heater that produces it. These units make our daily hygiene regime easy through hot showers and allow us the convenience of cooking with on-demand hot water. Although, a hot water heater failure can easily put daily life on hold.
When you need water heater installation, repair, or maintenance, Jersey Plumbing Service is the only team you should count on to get the job done right the first time. Our plumbers are highly trained, fully licensed, experienced, and up to date with the latest developments in the ever-changing water heater world. We will provide all the water heater services that you need.
Broken Water Heater
Water heaters might have issues after regular use just like any other machine. With an average lifespan of 8-12 years, a traditional water heater will usually require regular repair around 5-6 years. A water heater could produce too much hot water, not enough hot water, or no hot water at all.
Common water heater problems include: knocking sounds, water leaks, shutting off, high energy bill caused by an inefficient heater, standing water in the unit, issues with water temperature, running constantly, and gas leaks.
Water Heater Maintenance
Your water heater is used every day. It should be maintained annually to examine wear and tear from the use. Maintenance does not just help prevent unforeseen breakdowns; it also keeps warranties from voiding. Also, it helps add years to the life of a unit. Services include routine flushes, multi-point inspections, and part replacements.
Replacement Water Heater
If your tank has burst, obviously it's time for a new water heater. But it's often a good idea to replace that water heater before it bursts. Especially if your unit is located somewhere that should stay dry.
An aging water heater is often not worth repairing. With an average lifespan of about 8-10 years, if your water heater is on the older side, you're likely losing a lot of money due to poor efficiency. Modern units offer significant energy savings. Not sure about the age of your water heater? The serial number on the unit can be given to the manufacturer to determine the age of your unit.
Popular water heater options
Conventional tank water heaters:
This type of water heater uses electricity and gas for fuel. They can heat anywhere from 20 to 100 gallons of water. These units are less economical than modern tankless heaters.
Solar water heaters:
These water heaters are economical and environmentally friendly. They draw energy from the sun to heat the water. They require no electricity or gas, and can reduce your bills by an estimated 14 to 18%.
This is the most efficient water-heating solution for any region. Not only are tankless water heaters quicker than their tank-reliant counterparts, but they also deliver an endless supply of hot water. Tankless water heaters provide as much hot water as you want while only being the size of a briefcase.
Water Heater Types