How to Choose the Best Water Heater
Your new water heater should match your needs and your hot water usage patterns. When we help you find a new Brooklyn water heater, we’ll look at:
- The size of your home
- The number of people who live in your home
- How often you use hot water
- How much hot water you need at maximum use times
- Your level of satisfaction with your current water heater
- Your energy-saving preferences
We will never recommend a new water heater that we wouldn’t be happy about putting in our own homes. Your new water heater will come from a reliable manufacturer that we have worked with before and who we trust!
Indirect Water Heaters
Indirect water heaters are an efficient choice for many homes. These heaters use your home’s furnace or boiler to warm a fluid that is circulated through the heat exchanger in the water heater’s storage tank.We highly recommend this style of water heater for most homes, and we are one of just a few companies in the Brooklyn area offering this service. We offer indirect water heaters from top manufacturers, including Burnham Alliance and HTP In-directs.
Traditional Water Heaters
Traditional water heater designs use tanks to heat and store hot water
Tankless Water Heaters
Unlike a traditional water heater, a tankless water heater only heats water when it’s needed, making this system more efficient. There is no storage tank, and water is heated immediately as it passes through a heat exchanger. Because there’s no tank, tankless water heaters take up less space in your home, and they’re more energy efficient because they don’t need to keep water warm when it’s not needed.
Installing Your Water Heater
Once you have chosen the water heater that is right for you, our professional plumber will oversee its delivery and installation. We will check to make sure that what is delivered is exactly what we ordered, and we will help get it where it needs to go in your home.
After that, we will perform the Brooklyn water heater installation ourselves. We will ensure that everything is turned off before we begin our work, so no accidents happen. We’ll also drain your old water heater safely, to ensure the water is fully contained. Next, we will get the new water heater into just the right spot. We try to ensure that it is as out of the way as possible, so it doesn’t cause problems as you navigate your home.
Once your new water heater is in place, we will connect the water line and the power source. We will check everything for leaks or other problems before we turn it all on and make sure it is working to your satisfaction.