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You may be tempted to handle this job by yourself, but when it comes to a device as important as your water heater, repair & installation need to be left to the professionals
Installing or repairing a water heater incorrectly could lead to more expensive repairs in the future–or worse, dangerous drinking conditions for you and your family. Instead, let Morningside Plumbing handle the job! We have been serving for over three decades! We can fix or install your water heater hassle free, letting you rest assured the job’s been done right!
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Traditional Water Heaters
Traditional water heaters don’t just heat your water for you. They hold the water in place until you need it in other parts of your house. In each unit, a supply pipe fills the tank with cold water, a heating element heats it, and insulation makes sure it stays warm. Then, another pipe carries it away whenever a hot water faucet or another appropriate device is turned on. Because the heating element often stays on to some extent, this can cost you a bit of extra money.
Traditional water heaters feature a large tank containing thick insulation and electrical heating elements. Once installed, cold water is pumped into the tank through a tube. There, the heating elements heat the water up until it’s at a temperature of roughly 130 degrees Fahrenheit. The water must stay hot, otherwise bacteria and other harmful substances could grow inside the tank. Once the water is hot, the insulation keeps it at the proper temperature. When you turn on a hot water faucet, water is pumped from the tank through your faucet for you to enjoy.
Tankless Water Heaters
Tankless water heaters work completely different from traditional water heaters. Instead of keeping water hot at all times, a tankless heater heats the water right when you need it.
When you turn on a hot water faucet, cold water is pumped through your water heater, heated by a heating element that is powered by propane or natural gas, and then delivered straight to your faucet.
Tankless heaters don’t store hot water. Instead, they heat cold water on demand, right when you need it. This means you can get the hot water you need, right when you need it, without having to heat water you won’t be using for a while.