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Commercial Hot Water Heater Service2019-08-15T16:44:16-05:00

COMMERCIAL WATER HEATER REPAIR AND REPLACEMENT

COMMERCIAL WATER HEATER REPAIR AND REPLACEMENT

Installing hot water heaters Kansas City can count on!

It’s safe to say that nearly everyone has taken their hot water heater for granted at least one time! Our hot water heaters are hard at work each and every day. For the most part, they’re able to handle this pressure with ease. However, that doesn’t mean they don’t need any maintenance. From installing  it appropriately with all the safety features to performing an annual flush of the sediment, it’s critical to put hot water heater installation in the hands of an experienced plumber!

Stine-Nichols Plumbing is a full-service plumbing company that offers both commercial and residential plumbing services. Our plumbers have experience installing gas, electric and tankless hot water heaters. With commercial properties such as restaurants, hotels and so on, your hot water heaters are always going to be key members of your team!

Before we dive into greater detail on the different types of hot water heaters, it’s important that you’re familiar with some basic water heater terminology. For instance, you should be aware of what symptoms signal that a replacement needs to be made. If your hot water heater starts making loud rumblings, it may need replaced or it could easily just need flushed. Additionally, if you start to notice rusty-looking water or the hot water heater is leaking, then it’s probably time to call up your local Kansas City plumber.

Kansas City’s Hot Water Heater Experts

What styles of hot water heaters are there?

(Pricing is based on up-front cost.)

Electric Water Heater

Electric Hot Water Heater

Also referred to as conventional or tank-style water heaters, electric heaters continue to be one of the most common types you’ll see in buildings. Of the three types listed on this page, electric hot water heaters are going to be the cheapest in terms of up-front cost. However, they do typically lead to higher bills when it comes to energy usage. The average lifespan of an electric hot water heater is usually around 8-12 years, depending on maintenance.

Gas Hot Water Heater

Gas Hot Water Heater

Next up, we have gas-powered hot water heaters. While these do require a higher up-front cost than electric heaters, most homeowners find that added investment is quickly made up for in energy savings. Just as is the case with the electric hot water heaters, your average lifespan is going to hover around 8-12 years. Similarly, you’re also going to want to flush any conventional hot water heater at least once a year.

Tankless Hot Water Heater

Tankless Water Heater

Lastly, we have tankless hot water heaters, which we also refer to as on-demand options. They do require a higher investment up-front, but there is going to be significant energy savings. This efficiency is the result of their ability to only heat the water when the water is actually needed. Just like tank hot water heaters, tankless water heaters will also to be descaled of minerals once a year. Tankless hot water heaters can last upwards of 20 years.

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Kansas City’s Hot Water Heater Experts

What styles of hot water heaters are there?

(Pricing is based on up-front cost.)

Electric Water Heater

Electric Hot Water Heater

Also referred to as conventional or tank-style water heaters, electric heaters continue to be one of the most common types you’ll see in buildings. Of the three types listed on this page, electric hot water heaters are going to be the cheapest in terms of up-front cost. However, they do typically lead to higher bills when it comes to energy usage. The average lifespan of an electric hot water heater is usually around 8-12 years, depending on maintenance.

Gas Hot Water Heater

Gas Hot Water Heater

Next up, we have gas-powered hot water heaters. While these do require a higher up-front cost than electric heaters, most homeowners find that added investment is quickly made up for in energy savings. Just as is the case with the electric hot water heaters, your average lifespan is going to hover around 8-12 years. Similarly, you’re also going to want to flush any conventional hot water heater at least once a year.

Tankless Hot Water Heater

Tankless Water Heater

Lastly, we have tankless hot water heaters, which we also refer to as on-demand options. They do require a higher investment up-front, but there is going to be significant energy savings. This efficiency is the result of their ability to only heat the water when the water is actually needed. Just like tank hot water heaters, tankless water heaters will also to be descaled of minerals once a year. Tankless hot water heaters can last upwards of 20 years.

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