Not Enough Hot Water? It May Be Time to Replace Your Old Hot Water Heater

When you don’t have enough hot water for everyone to take a shower it makes people in your home unhappy. Why not let everyone have enough hot water when they need it. When you don’t have hot water for everyone it’s time to replace and install a new energy efficient hot water heater.

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Signs you may need a new Hot Water Heater:

  • It’s more than 10 years old.
  • Your tank is leaking.
  • You notice an odor when running water.
  • You notice your system making loud cracks and pops.
  • The water color is rusty when you turn on your shower or faucet.
  • You turn on your system and it takes longer than normal to heat.
  • Repairs keep adding up.

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Types of Hot Water Heaters

  • Tank

  • Heat Pump

  • Indirect

  • Tankless

  • Solar

When you are looking to replace or upgrade your current water heater and want a more energy-efficient system that helps save you money and gives you hot water when you need it, or you need your current water heater repaired, call on the plumbing experts at Freedom Plumbing for the most efficient and cost-effective solution for your family and home.

Call us today at (205) 444-4444 and save money and energy on your replacement and new water heater installation.

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The money savings depends on the usage, and type of heater. How long people shower for and how often hot water is used for laundry substantially affects the cost. In fact, you could save up to $150 per year! But the savings are only one benefit of a tankless heater. The “on demand” and the endless supply of hot water are hugely valuable as well.

Forty to fifty gallon models are  standard or normal sizes. You can have a model up to 75 gallons, but it’s not professionally recommended in most cases. Tankless, or on-demand systems, are far better than large tanks.

People can spend around $5,000 for a top of the line, on demand, instant, endless hot water system. A few spend as little as $1,200, but the majority spend between $1,800 and $2,500.

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