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If you hear strange noises coming from your water heater, call us to diagnose the problem. We will determine if it can be repaired or whether it may be time to consider a replacement. Being proactive will save you the damage and expense that might come with a leak. At Service Plus, we don’t just install new water heaters—we will help you decide what type and size are best for your home and family. We’re all familiar with the conventional storage water heater; however, there are actually many other types of systems available to you. Below are some of the water equipment types we offer:
- Conventional storage water heaters
Conventional hot water heaters come in many sizes, store hot water in a large tank, and offer hot water when you need it.
- Demand (instantaneous or tankless) water heaters
These wall-mounted units heat water directly without the storage tank. Tankless water heaters are compact and energy-efficient.
- Heat pump water heaters
Heat pump hot water heaters move heat from one place to another instead of generating heat directly for providing hot water.
- Tankless coil and indirect water heaters
Indirect hot water heaters use the home’s space heating system to heat water.
Call Service Plus at (317) 434-2627 if you are hearing strange noises from your water heater. If it’s time for a replacement, your proactive action will save you the hassle and expense of a leak.
If It’s Time to Replace, Here’s How to Choose the Right Water Heater
What you might think work best in terms of providing hot water may not always be the best option for your particular home and family needs. When selecting your replacement water heater, keep these factors in mind:
- Fuel type, availability, and cost
The energy source you use for heating water not only affects the operation cost of your water heater, but also its size and energy efficiency. For example, an electric heat pump water heater is typically more efficient than a conventional storage water heater saving electricity. Also, a gas-fired water heater may have higher energy costs than an electric heat pump water heater because of its higher efficiency.
- Sizing your water heater
You need to properly size your unit considering the layout of your home and the demands of your family. Cold showers are no fun. To ensure enough hot water for your home and family, consult with a Service Plus expert.
- Energy efficiency and low cost
You want to maximize your energy and cost savings, so understanding your options with these various factors in mind is the best way to know you’ve selected the most energy efficient water heater for your home and family.
- Equipment and operating costs
When selecting your new water heater, don’t just consider the replacement cost, but also estimate and consider the annual operating costs as compared to other models and types.
Let Service Plus assist you in selecting the right water heater for your home—a decision that will not only provide everyone in your home with hot water but also put a little money back into your pocket.