Are you experiencing problems with your water heater? If your water heater is over ten years old, you may want to consider buying a new model. Certain models such as the old Kenmore and Westinghouse blue or white water heaters are obsolete. Improvements have been made in water heaters within the last decade. A Titan or Energy Star water heater can save you up to 40% on your energy bill. They not only are more efficient but they are safer, smaller, and can provide higher water temperature and pressure. A Manassas plumber will be happy to fix your old water heater if you decide to keep your old water heater or help you upgrade to a newer model. It's your choice.
If you decide to upgrade there are other options other than the old gas and electric water heaters. Some alternatives include: tank-less, tank-less propane, and even solar hot water heater tanks and infrastructures. Manassas plumbers are experts at installing and repairing these innovative hot water heaters. High oil prices have forced home and business owners to look for alternative energy sources. If you are tired of paying outrageous energy bills, call us now, we can provide solutions that will lower your hot water heater bills.
New manufacturers such as Titan, Energy Star, Bosch, and Rheem have recently surfaced in the hot water industry, and many of them construct high quality equipment. So if you choose to upgrade, don't rely on the same old brand names to give you the most efficient water heater. Any Manassas plumber knows that a water heater from Rheem or Bosch is just as good as a General Electric or Whirlpool. They have more of a variety of tank-less water heaters and they are more efficient today than they were in the past.
Our goal here at our Manassas plumbing company is to make sure every business and home in our community has the most efficient appliances and fixtures to keep your bills at a minimum. We strive to conserve energy, and water while saving our customers a lot of money. If you would like to help us reach this goal, call and we will give you all the facts. A new water heater is more of an investment, than an expense.