Gas, Electric Tank & Tankless Water Heaters: Repair & Installation

Gas, Electric Tank & Tankless Water Heaters: Repair & Installation in DFW

We will make every effort to repair your home’s electric or gas hot water heater and keep it performing for your home and family – no matter the brand.

Conventional Tank Water Heaters

New conventional tank water heaters, either gas or electric, are available for purchase as a 40 gallon or 50 gallon gas water heater. We can install it in your home or supply a stand to raise it off the ground level – reducing the risk of fires or flammable liquids spilling in your garage and spreading to the water heater.

Tankless Water Heaters – Go Green

Tankless water heaters fire up only when you need hot water by instantly heating cold water. This results in much less energy being used labeling tankless water heaters part of the green movement. They are designed to save energy usage and therefore save you money.

Why Aren’t Conventional “Tank” Water Heaters Considered Green?

A conventional “tank” water heater holds 30, 40, or 50 gallons of water (depending on the size) at all times. When you are ready for a shower, run the dishwasher, or do a load of laundry you expect hot water. This means your tank water heater must be ready for your demands at all times. Tank water heaters always need to be heating the water in the tank in order to meet your needs which uses energy (gas or electricity) all day long.

Safety Considerations

Correct installation and water heater maintenance are very important. Do not neglect your hot water heater repairs. Do not forget to check your water heater on a regular basis for leaks or rust. Ask about safety and energy efficient water heater choices when you are considering a new water heater for your DFW home.

Remember! If it does not make sense to spend money on your existing water heater (or if your water heater is not safe or up to city code) we will recommend an affordable water heater replacement. And for a longer-lasting water heater, let us check your water heater at least once per year.