Electric Water Heaters
Your water heater is used every day for multiple purposes, so it’s almost always under stress, and it’s very rarely turned off. Unless you’re using a solar powered or tankless water heater, chances are that the energy you spend heating water accounts for much of the energy that your New Jersey home consumes. If you use an electric water heater, that means that a large portion of your monthly electricity costs is coming from heating water, and keeping that water heater running as well and as efficiently as possible can help you drastically cut down on those costs.
At Water Heaters NJ, our professionals can handle any replacements, repairs, maintenance, or installations that you need for your electric water heater. We’re also one of the largest suppliers of water heaters and boilers in New Jersey, and our professionals can assist you in deciding which type, brand, or model is right for your home.
Contact us if you need any of these services, or if you just have a question about your water heater or the services we provide. We look forward to assisting you with whatever needs you have.
How Electric Water Heaters Work
The most popular kind of water in the United States is that familiar, large, metal drum. Although tankless water heaters are growing in popularity, the tank is what is seen in most homes, in their laundry rooms and basements. Water heaters may seem like ordinary machines, but they actually employ a genius design that takes advantage of the fact that heat rises in order to provide you with hot water when you need it with minimal amounts of fuss.
There are several smaller parts of your electric water, including dip tubes, shut-off valves, heat-out pipes, thermostats, drain valves, the heating mechanism, and more.
Since all of these parts need to be working together at all times, our professionals recommend you have your water heater tuned up at least once each year. During a tune-up, our technicians make sure that each of these small parts is pulling their weight on the team.
Electric Water Heater Repair
When you have any problems with your electric water heater, it can cause a huge disruption in your daily life. And there are several things that may go wrong with your water heater at any given time, including:
- No hot water
- Inadequate hot water
- Water leaks
- Rust development
- Odorous water
- Rust colored water
If you’ve encountered any of these problems, call our professionals immediately. We can help you determine the source, and we can eliminate the problem promptly and professionally.
- 2015 Government Regulations for New Jersey Water Heaters
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- Top Ways to Extend the Lifespan of Your Water Heater
The average lifespan of a water heater is about a decade, with proper care along the way. Although newer models are being built tougher, they also tend to require more repairs along the way. Ultimately, the goal is to do what you can to maximize the longevity of this appliance, an investment into your own…Read More
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