Indianapolis Water Heater Installation
Hot water heaters are some of the most important appliances in any home, but they can be tough to install. You'll need a professional contractor who knows what he’s doing if you want your new hot water heater to last as long as it can and work properly! Fortunately for all those living throughout Indy area - we at Indy Water Heater Pros specialize just that: installing high-quality products so every person gets exactly what they need from their purchase with no hassle or headache involved.
With our years of experience, we know how to find the best system for your needs. Whether you want a new hot water heater or need repairs made on an old one, no installation project will be done until it’s guaranteed that this machine is running as efficiently and effectively at peak performance!
When to Replace Your Water Heater:
Not sure if it’s time to get a new water heater installated? We understand! It can represent a big investment, and if repair or maintenance can get the job done right we will advise on the best route to take . Generally speaking, our plumbers recommend new water heater replacement when:
Your water heater is eight years old or older
You water heater repairs are more frequent
Your water heater is becoming inefficient or costing too much to operate
The tank of your water heater has begun to corrode and leak due to age or excessive sediment
When a new water heater can offer you better performance and reliability
Not sure if now is the right time for water heater installation or water heater replacement in Indianapolis? Contact Indy Water Heater Pros at (317) 735-8880!
When you choose us for your water heater installation we will inspect your current situation and let you know what we will be doing. With every installation we will install new supply line pipes if needed and definitely new seals and gaskets. We will inspect the exhaust pipe and fix any leaks if detected. We will check for gas leaks and water leaks around, and we always recommend and carbon monoxide detector.
If you have a electric water heater there are typically 2 sizes that most houses have currently installed a 40 gallon and a 50 gallon. When your looking for a water heater to buy from the big box stores the price differance between them usually starts with the length of the warranty, and you will get better parts Then you add bells and whistles such as leak alarms and power vents and the such.