If you are considering installing a new water heater, there are many factors to consider. If you have questions, we welcome you to contact Econo West Heating Air & Plumbing to get answers. We can also offer advice on which model is best for your home or business, and we can give you a quote for installation. Just call us at (661) 947-2653. In the meantime, keep reading to learn about five of the benefits of a new water heater.
- You Will Not Have to Worry About Hot Water for at Least a Decade
When you install a new hot water heater, you can count on it lasting at least a decade to twelve years. Some models are designed to last much longer. Be sure you talk to your local HVAC company to determine the warranty on your options and how long they are likely to last.
- Your Shower Will Last Until You’re Done
If you currently have a water heater that only allows for you to take a quick shower and certainly cannot allow several people to take a shower in a row, then you will be glad to have a new hot water heater. If you choose the right model and size, it will offer hot water as long as you need it.
- A Larger Tank Offers More Water for Changing Family Needs
While most people are replacing their water heater because it is old, the second most common reason people choose to replace their hot water heater is that their family has changed. While they might once have only needed hot water for two, now they have three, four, or five family members living in the house. Increasing the size of the hot water tank can help make sure everyone gets enough hot water.
- A New Model Will Be Much Quieter
There are two ways that an older hot water heater might be causing noise pollution in your home. First, yesteryear’s models simply made more noise than today’s models. Second, as a water heater gets older, it gets louder. If you have noticed that your hot water heater is making much too much noise, then you will be glad to know that a new unit is much quieter.
- Newer Hot Water Heaters Can Save You Money
The newer your unit is, the more energy-efficient it is likely to be. The more energy efficient it is, the less it will cost to run. This is great for the environment, and it is great for your pocketbook when it means lower bills.