Looking for water heater installation and repair? David Clabaugh offers same day service, Monday through Saturday (Sunday Afternoons for Emergencies Only). If your water heater is leaking or is not heating your water well enough, call today.
David Clabaugh is an expert in water heater installation and repair services and will help you choose the best option for your home or business. We offer repair and replacement services for all types of water heating solutions
- Gas hot water heaters
- Electric hot water heaters
- Tankless water heaters
- Commercial and residential water heater service
The most common thing that affects water heaters is sediment buildup, especially as the water heaters get older. When water is heated, lime scale and any other minerals, particularly calcium and magnesium, form along the sides of the tank and the burner. If these minerals are not filtered out of the water heater, they form a sediment barrier that will settle on the burner and seriously affect your water heater’s performance. The best way to keep your water heater safe? Call David Clabaugh for water heater inspection or water filtration!
In addition to inspecting for sediment buildup, you should check your water heater’s burner every now and then. The flame should be blue with yellow tips. If it appears more yellow-orange, this is a sign of incomplete combustion which could lead to not only poor water heater performance, but also the production of deadly carbon monoxide! Don’t put your family at risk – if your water heater is not burning properly, call David Clabaugh for water heater repair right away!
Most hot water heaters will last around eight to twelve years. Once they’ve been around for this long, they start to lose their efficiency and become more prone to failure. And, while most people wait until their water heater has catastrophically failed before shopping around for a replacement water heater, there are benefits to upgrading your unit before it dies!
Water heaters are among the top energy users in your home, in many cases accounting for as much as 25 percent of your home’s energy use. As they get older and less efficient, this number climbs even higher, and the units get more and more expensive to operate. Don’t wait until your hot water heater fails or becomes inefficient before you consider a replacement. Many options exist today that will not only keep your home running comfortably but also save you money.