Tankless Water Heater Install & Repair in Indiana & Michigan

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Tankless Water Heater Services in South Bend, Indiana, and Michigan

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Home Comfort Expert’s Plumbers are tankless water heater installation experts. Tankless water heaters have become more common in homes today due to the payback in efficiency and the low cost of operation. Tankless heaters are the home’s water heating system of the future because the installation cost is reasonable and there are a variety of sizes, makes, and models to choose from. Our preferred Navien tankless water heater installations also have a few advantages over traditional storage tank water heaters, including:
  • Energy Star® qualified appliance
  • Endless supply of hot water in your home
  • Only operate when there is a call for hot water
  • Installed on the wall and save you floor space
  • Lower energy usage with years of savings
  • Smaller capacities for supplying only as many faucets as necessary
  • Less risk of problems associated with thermal expansion
  • Low noise level during operation
  • Warranties: 1-Year Labor/5-Year Parts/15-Year Heat Exchanger
If you need a tankless water heater in South Bend, Indiana, Michigan, and surrounding areas, you need to know that the size of your gas supply line will most likely need to be increased. Tankless water heaters require double the volume of gas over traditional water heaters. After increasing the gas supply line, energy usage is reduced because tankless units only turn on whenever hot water is needed. In contrast, storage tank units are always on and burning fuel. Home Comfort Experts are the areas most experienced installers of tankless and traditional tank water heaters. We’ll be happy to give you a quote for installing your new tankless heater today!

What Are Tankless Water Heaters?

Tankless Water Heaters supply hot water to individual faucets only as needed, and they have been widely used in Europe and Japan for many years. Most small tankless heaters are electric, have a very small storage tank, and are good for supplying appliances like dishwashers and hot tubs or Jacuzzis. Larger tankless heaters are usually gas-fired and have enough capacity to supply water to an entire home giving you endless hot shower time.

Reliable Tankless Water Repair and Tankless Water Heater Repair in South Bend and Surrounding Areas

Here's an interesting statistic: the average person uses warm water as much as 20 times each day. A conventional water heater can last from eight to twelve years. On the other hand, a tankless water heater can last up to twenty years.

Regardless of the type of water heater you have at home, expect that it can corrode with age. That said, you must monitor if it needs to be repaired or replaced. How do you know if your tankless water heater needs to be repaired or replaced? 

Below are some of the most common signs to look out for:

Your water heater is old.

If you bought a house with a water heater, it could be difficult to gauge the age of the water heater and when you need to replace it. Luckily, the water heater's serial number often includes the manufacturing date.

The letter "A" stands for January, all the way to "L," which stands for December. The next two numbers indicate the year it was made. For instance, if the serial number starts with "B19," the water heater was manufactured in February 2019. 

If the water heater is over a decade old, homeowners need to ensure regular upkeep is done. Our experienced and friendly plumbing professionals can check for issues with your heater and provide expert guidance on when it should be replaced.

The water is sandy, rusty, or cloudy.

One issue common among old water heaters is that they produce discolored water. This can be attributed to many reasons. When corrosion occurs, rust will build and can leak into the water supply. This causes discolored water to come out of the faucets.

Before you assume the water heater needs to be replaced, run the cold tap water for a few minutes first. If the water that comes out is rusty, the issue can be within the pipes, not the heater. If the water is not rusty, it is time for a new water heater.

At times, the water that comes out is sandy or cloudy. This is caused by the buildup of sediment in your heater tank. You can rectify this issue by draining the tank's contents and clearing the sediment. If the water is cloudy or sandy, it's time to schedule a water heater replacement.

You are not getting enough hot water.

This is one of the most obvious reasons to replace your water heater. Sometimes, the periods you get hot water won't last as long. In some instances, you won't have any hot water altogether. You know it is time to repair your water heater when your heating bill spikes up but your system is not working as it should.

Your water heater starts to malfunction.

You might get less hot water when your electrical thermostat is defective. On average, the thermostat should be set between 120 and 140 degrees. If the thermostat has been readjusted and the hot water returns, there is no need to replace your water heater.

Broken heating elements can also cause your system to malfunction. Our plumbers can easily address this type of problem and can have your system functioning in just a few hours.

The water heater makes strange noises.

As they get older, rumbling noises in the heater can become louder. This can be attributed to several reasons. The noise can be caused by hardened sediment that bangs against the tank. If not flushed out, it can grow thicker and harder. 

This can accelerate the tank's damage and make the system more inefficient. Have our dependable plumbers check the system to prevent long-term damage. If all else fails, replacing the system is recommended.

Benefits of Tankless Water Heaters

Tankless Water Heaters conserve energy relative to even new tank hot heater installations because there is no large storage tank full of water that needs to be maintained at a pre-set temperature. Tankless water heaters only heat water up on an as-needed basis. So you will enjoy an endless supply of hot water for showers, laundry and more! Tankless water heaters do not require a large dedicated space. So now, you can gain some space in the basement or utility closet by getting rid of the large tank and installing a wall-mounted, tankless water heater in your home.

HCE Has the Best Plumbers in South Bend, Indiana, and Michigan

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