Water Heater Replacement
If your water heater has sustained multiple repairs over the last few years, chances are you’re in need of a replacement. Since the average water heater lifespan is between 8 and 12 years, 5 to 6 years is considered the halfway point. We like to encourage customers that if the cost of a repair is more than half of the cost of a replacement at the halfway point, it makes much more financial sense to replace your water heater then.
Water Heater Replacement Services
Modern water heaters are much more efficient than those of years past in that they can provide consistent hot water for longer periods of time and save you money on your monthly utility bills. They also have a much longer lifespan and include features that prevent those extra frustrating breakdowns. If you need to replace your water heater, our team is more than happy to guide you through all the different brands, explain to you the various products, and help you choose the water heating essentials that best fit your lifestyle and your budget.
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Popular Water Heater Options Include:
Conventional Tank Water Heaters
These water heaters are most often powered by natural gas or electricity. Depending on the needs of your household, they can hold between 20 to 100 gallons of water. There are a few additional advantages to using a gas water heater over a tankless or instant water heater. Gas heaters tend to cost less up front, and are therefore ideal if you do not plan on living in your home for much longer and just want one to get you by. Talk with one of our certified HVAC technicians today to determine if a gas water heater is right for you.
Tankless Water Heaters
These instant water heaters heat faster than traditional water heaters and take up less space since they don’t require a tank. If you ask us, this is the way to go, because they only heat the water that you’re actually going to use. This ensures that you’re not wasting any energy by keeping a large tank of water at the ready 24/7, which is better for the environment and your wallet. Plus, a tankless water heater can last 20 years or more, meaning that it is an investment that will truly pay off over time.
Like all technology, HVAC is ever changing. We now offer new and exciting technologies that decrease your utility costs, increase efficiency, remote comfort from phone apps, security, and so much more. Cutting edge technologies, trained professional technicians and your hometown HVAC like Sanders and Johnson can make all the difference in your health and happiness in your home. Call us today for a quote and update that old unit to help simplify and maybe decrease your cost.
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Why Sanders & Johnson?
Sanders & Johnson has remained the first choice for families across the Denver area for over 40 years because of our dedication to providing honest services at honest prices. Our customers know that each and every job we touch will be done right the first time, that our water heater installation experts will always arrive on time, and that every member of our team is friendly, courteous, and highly trained to be the best available option for you and yours.
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