WHICH TYPE OF WATER HEATER IS RIGHT FOR YOU?
Asheville Water Heater Options
Need a New Water Heater Asheville ? Should You Repair or Replace It?
On average, a typical American family of four will use 2,000 gallons of hot water each month—that’s a lot of money down the drain if you’re depending on an inefficient water heater! If it’s time to upgrade your current hot water heater Asheville, or even to determine if your old one is worth keeping you’ll need a professional licensed plumber, and we are at your service.
Hot water accounts for approximately 15% of a home’s total energy use. High-efficiency water heaters use 10-70% less energy than standard models, saving homeowners a ton of money on their utility bills. (Range of energy savings from high efficiency water heaters depends on type of water heater, family size, water heater location, and the size and placement of water pipes.)
We specialize in water heater installation, service and maintenance for all types of water heaters. We have solutions to meet your needs, whether you need a new water heater installation, water heater repairs, or just maintenance. If you don’t need a new water heater just yet, we can insulate pipes to save you money and check the internal workings to make sure that they will last as long as possible. We can repair elements, anode rods, or anything else that might go wrong, and advise you of the current options available in new water heaters.
We Service and Repair Rinnai, Noritz, Navien, Takagi, Bosch, AO Smith, Rheem, State, Bradford-White — Every Make and Model of Hot Water Heater Out There!
When it’s time for a new hot water heater, it can sometimes be difficult to know which type is best for your needs. Solar, heat pump, conventional or tankless water heaters are all options. That’s why we’ve pulled together this information for you. Take a look at the different types, and then give us a call! We’ll be glad to help you find the type of water heater Asheville that is just right for you.
Percent of total home energy
usage by water heaters alone:
Energy saved by replacing
your old water heater:
New Water Heater Installation : Advantages of Each Type
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|Water Heater Type
|Energy Savings vs. Minimum Standards
|Expected Energy Savings Over Equipment Lifetime
|Conventional Tank Water Heater, High-Efficiency Model
|Up to $500
|Lowest initial cost
|Tankless Water Heater
|Up to $1800
|Continuous hot water on demand, fits in smaller space
|Super High Efficiency Water Heater
|Up to $2550
|Virtually unlimited hot water
|Heat Pump Water Heater
|65% (compared to electric resistance type)
|Up to $900
|Most efficient electric option
|Solar Water Heater (with Electric Back-Up)
|Up to $2200
|Largest energy savings and uses a renewable heat source
* All the waterheater information on this page is taken from the ENERGY STAR website.
ENERGY STAR is the government-backed symbol for energy efficiency.
To learn more about ENERGY STAR, visit www.energystar.gov