A water heater installation involves tying in to two systems in your home: plumbing and either your gas or your electric systems. All these systems need to be properly turned off before any work can be performed. It can be unsafe to work with plumbing, gas, and electric for a water heater installation without the proper training and experience. The risk of flood, fire, explosions, electrocution, or carbon monoxide are just some of dangers you need to avoid when conducting a proper water heater installation. Using our company to perform your water heater installation can be the best way to protect your investment --and your family-- in your home.
When choosing a water heater, you have many things to take under consideration. Do you want a tanked or tankless water heater? Are you ready to convert from a tanked to tankless? Do you need an electric or gas unit? Do you need a 30-gallon, 50-gallon, or more? Which will save you the most money in the long run. Speak with one of plumbing technicians to help you find the best solution to meet your budget.
• Removal and haul way of old unit.
• Evaluate existing hardware and ensure safety compliance
• Mounting of new customer-supplied water heater
• Attaching water pipes and any needed gas lines
• Clean up and test of water heater
• Some areas may require special permits for this service
• Any parts needed that is not part of the standard installation, if required.
• If during the evaluation of the existing hardware or safety codes, the technician determines that repairs or replacements are needed to ensure a successful installation, the technician will discuss with customer before conducting any additional work.
1. Purchase the correct water heater for your current system setup or we can provide the unit based on your needs.
2. Schedule an appointment. Our technician will contact you when he is on his way to your location with an estimated time of arrival.