The least expensive option for a new water heater is going to cost $2300. The most expensive is going to be $7200+. However, a gas water heater’s average cost (tank) is $2800 and $7200 for a tankless water heater with minor retrofitting. But there is more.
An installer who does not know the answers is putting you at risk with potential disasters such as pipe bursts, gas leaks, and fire hazards. Shopping on price alone can create problems down the road.
We’ll come today to determine the size and type of system that’s perfect for your home and to learn your water usage patterns. We’ll also provide you our Straight Forward Pricing guaranteed in writing. You’ll know how much the final bill will be before we begin working down to the penny. Your price will not change regardless of how long the job takes. Guaranteed.
Suppose you decide to move forward with our recommendation (and guaranteed price). In that case, we’ll schedule an appointment to install your hot water heater, show up on time, and boom! tons of hot water at the twist of a tap.
Pressuring you to make an uneducated or poor decision is not our style. We’re happy to answer your questions. We respect your choices. We want you to be 100% satisfied when we walk out of your door.
Hot water should be at your beck and call. If it’s not, rest assured, we are.
If at any time you are not 100% satisfied with our service or the products we install, the energy savings promised, the value delivered, the level of convenience offered, or even our people, we will immediately do what is necessary to achieve your satisfaction. We will make modifications required to achieve your happiness, or you won’t pay a cent.
It’s always best to replace your water heater before you discover you have no hot water. Your family will thank you. This is a short list of when to replace your water heater:
Tanked water heaters in Roanoke have an average lifespan of 8–12 years. If your gas water heater or electric water heater is heading into its unpredictable teens, you should start thinking about getting a new hot water heater (remember, think of your family).
These are the heaters people have come to know. They can be large and small tanks whereas the tank sites on the floor and the water is stored and heated in the tank until it’s needed. When you turn the hot water on at the faucet, the water comes from the tank and replenishes.
You should consider two primary things when purchasing a conventional tanked water heater: the size and efficiency of the unit. The size matters because it’s directly correlated to how much hot water is needed within a short amount of time. Tank water heaters maintain a set amount of water, and if you have teenagers, this is something to think about.
All conventional tanked water heaters have to heat the water. Some systems use electricity while others use gas. The amount of energy needed to heat the water has a significant impact on your utility bills. Ensure you review the energy rating with your technician to understand what you should expect when paying for turning cold water into hot water.
The cost of a tank water heater and its installation in the Roanoke area is, on average, $1900. That price can change based on the size you need and/or any changes that need to be made to your current system for the new heater to work correctly.
You’ll never hear, “there is no hot water!” again. Tankless water heaters, as the name suggests, don’t store water. There is no tank taking up room in your house. Instead, it’s a unit that is attached to a wall. In this instance, when you turn the hot water faucet on, the unit rapidly heats the water traveling through your pipes. As soon as you turn the faucet off, the water heater stops heating water and you don’t spend money heating water that’s simply sitting there.
The cost of a tankless water heater and its installation in the Roanoke area is, on average, $6450. That price can change quickly depending on if there is a need to retrofit anything and to what degree.
Tankless water heaters last on average 15+ years. That’s nearly double the lifespan as your typical tank water heaters. They typically last longer than that. What’s amazing is of the On-Demand water heaters installed 20+ years ago in the U.S. a majority of them are still operational.
In our opinion, tankless is the way to go. Once you go tankless, you’ll never want to go back.
To meet the higher energy ratings stipulated by the 2015 regulations, manufacturers increased the insulation amount built into the tanks. As a result, the tanks are now taller and wider. If your water heater is located in an open area with plenty of space, the size increase won’t be an issue. However, suppose you live in a condo, a townhouse, or a small home that requires your water heater to be hidden in a small enclosed area. In that case, 2 inches may mean that you’ll need a smaller water tank to fit in the same space. 80 gallon standard electric and gas water heaters are no longer available. If you currently have an 80 gallon electric or gas water heater, you’ll have to replace it with a different option when the time comes.
Tank water heaters hold a fixed amount of water. The amount of hot water available is a direct correlation to the size of your tank. When that water in the tank is depleted, the tank refills and heats the water. If your family has a penchant for long showers, this is something to keep in mind. You don’t want to be jumping out of a shocking cold shower because your kids used all the hot water.
All conventional water heaters have to heat the water. Some systems use electricity, while others use gas. The type and amount of energy used to heat the water in your tank significantly impact your utility bills. There are two methods of heating your water. You can heat your water using an electric water heater or a gas water heater. The two methods of heating water work in completely different ways. The biggest difference is their overall efficiency and output – electric is one of the most inefficient ways to heat water, whereas gas is a much more efficient avenue.
Your Wisler technician will review the various energy ratings with you, and you’ll know what to expect when it comes to paying for transforming cold water into hot water.
With all the conventional and non-conventional water heater options available, choosing the right hot water heater can be mind-boggling. Wisler Plumbing and Air will guide you through the process by helping you identify what factors are the most important to you.