Water Heater Installation
Water heaters generally last 10 to 15 years, but over time, they can lose efficiency. Many times, repairing an older system is more costly than replacing the entire unit. Both gas and electrical units contain the same basic components:
- Storage tank from 20 to 120-gallon capacities
- Heating element or pilot light
- Connecting water pipes
- Drain valve
- safety pressure release valve
When problems do occur with these components, they are not usually extremely costly to repair or replace. However, most storage tanks contain a glass or porcelain enamel lining to protect the interior of the water storage tank from rust and corrosion in conjunction with auxiliary anode rods. Over time, there is a chance that a crack or chip in the lining will allow water to come into contact with the steel tank. This creates an environment conducive to corrosion, causing pinholes in the tank which may ultimately result in tank failure.
Tankless Water Heater Installation
Have you ever wished you could jump right into the shower as soon as you turn the faucet on instead of waiting for the water to heat up? If it’s time to consider a new Hot Water Heater, let the experts at Maverick Mechanical show you the benefits as well as the costs and savings of a tankless water heater for your home.
With a respected brand like Rinnai, Maverick Mechanical rides the crest of energy efficiency, offering products with high energy ratings, including gas, electric, oil and tankless gas water heaters. Hybrid Tank-Tankless water heater models allow homeowners to increase the hot water capacity in their homes without totally replacing their existing system – perfect for remodels or upgrades.
Benefits of a Tankless System
- Endless hot water
- Flexible fuel source: Natural Gas or Propane
- Flexible installation: small size allows installing in non-traditional spaces
- Energy Savings
- Water Savings
- Added Space
- No future tank leaks or ruptures
- Longer lifetime and reduced maintenance