Pittsburgh Water Heater Installation, Repairs, & Replacement
At Mitchell Plumbing, Heating and Cooling, we install and repair water heaters from all manufacturers. Most Pittsburgh water heaters are usually a round tank with a heat source that heats water from the bottom of the tank and also maintains and stores the heated water until it is used. Most water heaters have a 40 to 50 gallon glass-lined steel tank. The fuel types used to power the heat source can be either gas (natural or propane), or electricity. The life expectancy of the average water heater is 8 to 12 years.
Tankless Water Heaters
Tankless water heaters are also known as instant water heaters. These units make sense for Pittsburgh homeowners for several reasons. In vacation homes they can be very desirable. Here are some of the main reasons why tankless water heaters make sense as opposed to the traditional water heater.
1. Tankless water heaters conserve energy. Traditional water heaters have a tank that is constantly filled with water. The traditional water heater provides hot water in your home by constantly heating the water in the tank to maintain it at a set temperature. Tankless water heaters work differently. Tankless units heat water by activating a set of coils that become hot when the unit is turned on. As the water passes over the coils, it is heated. The temperature set on the control determines how hot the water will be when it comes out of the tap and, thus, how hot the coils become and how quickly the water moves across the coils. Tankless water heaters conserve energy by only heating the amount of water needed at a given moment and by heating the water only when it is needed.
2. Tankless water heaters are perfect for vacation and second homes. When you are not staying in a second home or a vacation home, it is always wise to turn off any appliances and utilities not in use. This saves money and protects your property. Use of tankless water heaters in these second homes eliminates the risk of a leaking water heater tank, eliminates the cost of leaving the water heater running when the house is not in use, and eliminates the long wait when you do use the house while the gallons and gallons of water in the tank reach the desired temperature.
Water Heaters in Pittsburgh
If you are looking for quality water heaters in Pittsburgh, then look no further than Mitchell Plumbing, Heating and Cooling. As a professional plumbing company, we have a dedicated team of expert hot water heater technicians who specialize in professional water heater service in Pittsburgh and surrounding areas. Our highly trained plumbers can even upgrade your old, inefficient hot water heating system with a brand new, energy efficient hot water heater that will provide your Pittsburgh home with a constant supply of hot water; all while lowering your home energy bills.
Our Mitchell Plumbing, Heating and Cooling technicians have the knowledge and experience necessary to service any brand, make or model of hot water heater. When you hire our professionals for water heater service in Pittsburgh and surrounding areas, you can rest assured that you will receive the best water heater system for your Pittsburgh home and water heating needs.
Why Pittsburgh Should Hire Us for Their Water Heaters
Mitchell Plumbing, Heating and Cooling is a fully licensed and insured plumbing company you can count on to be there for your hot water heater repair and installation needs 24/7. We are here for you day and night – just give us a call and we’ll send one of our professionally trained plumbers out to take care of your electric or gas water heater as soon as possible.
Whenever you need a water heater installed, replaced or repairs in in Pittsburgh and surrounding areas, call the experts at Mitchell Plumbing, Heating and Cooling. Our Pittsburgh water heater repair and installation technicians are always ready to provide you with quality service that you can depend on to be done efficiently and right the first time.
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