Home Services Water Heater Replacement in Chandler, AZ

Need a water heater replacement in Chandler, AZ? There are a couple of signs your old one may be going bad. Check for signs of leakage and/or not heating up. Maybe it's only partially heating up. In some cases, you might be able to repair it but generally when any of the signs appear it's time for a replacement. The average lifespan for a water heater is 8-12 years. However, this can vary slightly based on quality and usage. Below are some tips for when you are ready to begin selecting a replacement tank.


One option for water heater replacement is going tankless. This is a great way to save money and access hot water all the time. You won't ever have to wait for a tank to fill up and reheat water ever again. Plus, tankless water heaters last about twice as long as traditional ones. Yet as convenient as tankless water heaters are there are drawbacks too. These include but are not limited to costing three times more than a traditional whole house unit, hot water is split between all household fixtures, and the lag time to heat the water can promote water waste. Make sure to go over your options and your budget to determine what you can afford and what would make your life easier.


If you are going to stay with a traditional electric or gas water heater there are some things you want to go over. For example if you currently have gas, do you want to switch to electric? That may require hiring a professional if you are uncomfortable doing the work yourself.


Obviously hiring a professional cost more money when facing water heater replacement in Chandler, AZ  but it won't take as long to install either. Water heater tanks can be heavy and bulky, especially if you're doing it yourself.


Whether you're making the switch from a tank to tankless or deciding to stay with gas or electric, there are many options available for whatever you'd like to switch to or upgrade if your family has grown. Simple sit down and write a list of pros and cons and then, considering your family size, will help determine what size tank you will need to properly heat the right supply of water throughout your home. If you require assistance, don't hesitate to call the professionals. A good plumber will give you an estimate on the cost of the work and can have your new water heater up and running in no time.