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  • Water Heater Replacement in Decatur, GA

    Is It Time For A Water Heater Replacement In Your Decatur Home?

    Wondering What You Should Do For A Water Heater Replacement?

    Of course, the best time to call a water heater replacement is before you find yourself in a freezing cold shower, shivering, and trying to summon the courage to plunge into the icy water to get clean. We do love our hot showers.

    It’s hard to imagine living today without hot water. We depend on hot water for everything from taking showers and baths, to cleaning our homes, to having sanitized dishes. Unless you’re living in a cave somewhere, or unless you’re a dog who hates baths, it’s likely that you rank a hot shower right up there as a basic necessity along with food and shelter. So, when your hot water heater breaks down, it can be a bit traumatic. We understand that.

    Hot Water Heaters by the Numbers

    Your hot water heater accounts for 14 to 18 percent that you pay in your utility bills. It is your second biggest expense and will cost you up to $600 a year. The hot water heater usually produces around 64 gallons of hot water a day for families on average. Hot water heaters can be inefficient, especially if you have an older model that isn’t Energy Star rated, which is why if you have an older hot water heater, you may wish to get it replaced.

    Does My Water Heater Need Replacing?

    If you’re like us, you can let little things slip your mind, like the age of your hot water heater. You may have bought your place and never gave your hot water heater a second glance. It works okay, so what’s the big deal, right? Well, it can be a big deal because guaranteed it will be the coldest day in winter here in Atlanta when it decides to break down. And then you’re stuck without hot water and an emergency call to us at Morningside Plumbing. While we don’t mind coming out for an emergency repair (or more likely, a replacement) run, we recommend you skip the hassle and replace your water heater now while it may be silently plotting to go out.

    Don’t take our word for it. The United States Energy Department says that your old water heater tank will last between 10 to 15 years. If yours is acting up, not giving you plenty of hot water, or just making you feel a little tepid about it (like the water it produces), it’s probably a good time to call us and have us replace your water heater now.

    What Kind of Hot Water Heaters Do You Offer in Decatur?

    At Morningside Plumbing, we offer the Decatur market two different types of hot water heaters: the traditional hot water heater with a tank and the tankless hot water heaters. Both do terrific jobs in providing hot water to your home. We offer the following hot water heaters:

    • Navien Premium Condensing Tankless Gas Water Heater
    • Rheem Professional Prestige Series: Tankless H95 Direct Vent Indoor Water Heater
    • Rinnai Rl94i Interior Tankless Water Heating with Isolation Valves
    • Rheem Professional Prestige Series: Powered Damper Ultra Low Nox

    We only offer these brands of water heaters because we know they’re the best out there. Whether you are planning on changing over to a tankless water heater or staying with a water heater with a tank, you’ll get the very best water heaters available. These water heaters are energy efficient and will save you money over your older water heater. Even the Rheem tank water heater is high tech. It is hooked up to the Internet so you can program it for maximum efficiency.

    Water Heaters Are Hot, Hot, Hot

    While a water heater isn’t usually the first thing on your mind, it should be. You need a hot water heater that is trouble free for the next 10 to 15 years. We can help you choose the right water heater for your home and family in Decatur, GA. Give us a call today at (404) 984 2092 or fill out our contact form. We’re available 24/7 to help you in an emergency, and we offer free quotes. Call us today!

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