Local & Licensed Water Heater Professionals
You shouldn’t have to live in a home in Fort Worth, TX where your hot water heater can’t handle the dishwasher and the shower running simultaneously. Nor should you have to race with your family members to see who can get to the shower first to avoid a very cold wake-up call! A new hot water heater is a simple and energy efficient way to improve your home comfort—and restore peace in your household.
ClearWater Plumbers specializes in plumbing solutions to make your life easier and more enjoyable. We look forward to sending one of our highly skilled and trained master plumbers out to your home to speak to you about what the perfect water heater for your home is, and/or conduct any repair or maintenance services you need on your existing water heater. Do what you otter… call ClearWater!
Choosing a Water Heater in Fort Worth, TX
There are a variety of factors to consider when choosing the right water heater for your home. Hot water heaters all use the same general process, but they come in different configurations, giving you many options and choices when it comes time for installation. The choices, types, and fuel sources available on the market today can be pretty overwhelming to the average homeowner. However that’s what we’re here for!
The first thing you’ll want to ask yourself when choosing one of these appliances is how much hot water you actually need. Our master plumbers will help you with this, but typically if you have a family of 10 you wouldn’t want the same size water heater that’s right for a family of three! It’s not just about how many gallons or what size it is either—you’ll need to check what the “first–hour rating is as well. Chances are, you don’t know what that is. Don’t worry, just give us a call and we’ll be happy to explain. Keep reading for more considerations.
- Electric: Electric water heaters don’t require a gas line hook up, and as a result are typically less expensive to install.
- Gas: While installation typically costs more than an electrical system would, you’ll be saving more money month–to–month to make up for it.
- Tank: This is still the most popular choice for water heater models, and a very good choice. They are able to fit easily into most homes and are typically less expensive to install.
- Tankless: With the advent of new technology comes the tankless water heater. This water heater is highly efficient and offers hot water on demand versus storing it in a tank where it can be depleted before you’ve used all that you need.
Outstanding Water Heater Services from the Professionals
Our master plumbers are standing by, eager to help you narrow down your choices and make a final decision. We can show you the best brands for any water heater configuration. Additionally, we only carry top–of–the–line water heaters, so you won’t have to worry about getting an ineffective or inefficient system. Call one of our experienced water heater technicians today and rediscover how beautiful a nice hot shower in the morning can be.