Admiral Plumbing Services Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Water Heater Installation’

Time to Talk Tankless

Monday, January 18th, 2021

You know that if our team is going to bring up a certain piece of technology, it’s something worth talking about. We’re old fashioned plumbers, we don’t like gushing about the latest and greatest in plumbing technology because it’s usually not worth it. Nothing beats professional plumbing with the right equipment, right training, and a little bit of elbow grease provided by yours truly.

However, water heaters in West Palm Beach, FL are a bit different. Many homeowners in our area just aren’t happy with their tank water heaters, and they’re honestly asking us for another solution. They want answers, and as the local professionals, we’ve got solutions.

Tankless water heaters, contrary to what some people might think, are actually excellent choices for homeowners that need an alternative way to keep their water hot. Avoid cold showers, residual heat loss, and constant inefficiency with a tankless system today.

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Does Your Water Heater Need Replacing?

Monday, November 12th, 2018

Pipes of a heating systemWater heaters are designed to last a long time. This is particularly true if you properly care for yours and having annual maintenance done on the appliance. No matter how well you take care of your water heater, however, it’s not going to last forever.

The trick is being able to realize when your water heater is, in fact, on its last legs so that you can replace it before it has the chance to break down entirely. You don’t want to find out that your water heater has permanently failed on you when you’ve hopped into the shower first thing in the morning. So, we’ve shared some warning signs below for you that indicate it’s time for you to go ahead and upgrade your water heater.

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Signs You Need a New Water Heater

Monday, October 29th, 2018

tank-water-heaterNo matter how well you take care of your water heater, sooner or later you’ll need to install a new one. What is important is that you know when your water heater is getting close to the end of its life. The earlier you can tell if your water heater is getting close to the end of its life, the sooner you’ll be able to get it replaced. Otherwise, you run the risk of suddenly finding yourself without hot water at a very inconvenient time. The best way to tell whether or not your water heater is in need of replacement is to call for a professional technician to examine your system. If you’re not sure whether or not to call your technician yet, you should look for the following symptoms.

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Is it Time for a New Water Heater?

Monday, April 30th, 2018

water-heater-tankWater heaters are built to last a long time, but they don’t last forever. If you’ve had your water heater for a while, you might want to consider if it’s worth replacing it in the near future. Don’t know whether or not your system is close to the end of its life? Check out the following symptoms below and see whether or not your system fits the list.

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How to Find Out What Size Water Heater You Need

Monday, February 20th, 2017

water-heater-tankSelecting a new water heater is a bit more complicated than shopping around for the best washer/dryer or the right oven and stovetop. Design, performance, and budget tend to be the most important considerations for appliances like these. But with a water heater, it’s not really about the look of things.

Sizing a water heater is of key importance before selecting the right one to install. Learn more about this often-complex process in the guide below.

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What You Should Know about Installing a New Water Heater

Monday, June 27th, 2016

The most important thing to know about installing a new water heater is that you must work with qualified technicians. This is not only the safest way to have your new appliance installed in your home, but also the most efficient. You get the job done faster than had you attempted it on your own, and you know that the job will be done properly.

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Why It’s a Good Idea to Replace a Water Heater Before It Fails

Monday, October 19th, 2015

Although your water heater may not have failed just yet, we recommend that many customers replace their water heaters before this happens. Replacing a water heater early on eliminates the hassle that goes along with a completely broken down system, and a new water heater may even save you money on your monthly utilities. Learn more in our short guide below!

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Don’t Let an Amateur Install Your New Water Heater

Monday, October 12th, 2015

When you need a new water heater, it certainly won’t be an inexpensive undertaking. You may try to save some money by allowing a friend or relative to install your water heater for you. But if this person does not work for a reputable plumbing company or have years of experience on the job, it might not be worth what you save. Take a look at why you should only hire a professional plumber for any water heater installation or service.

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Where Can You Get a Discontinued 65-Gallon and Up Electric Water Heater?

Monday, September 21st, 2015

The U.S. government often looks for ways to help us reduce our environmental footprints and save energy inside of our homes and businesses. Recently, new government regulations via the National Appliance Energy Conservation Act (NAECA) have mandated that water heater manufacturers can no longer make electric water heaters of a certain size. However, because this has a big effect on many homes and commercial properties, contractors are still allowed to sell and install these units—although there is a limited supply left.

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Your Options for Water Heater Installation

Monday, August 31st, 2015

The time has come to consider a brand new water heater. What type of system will you install this time around? You could stick with the conventional storage tank, the large tanks you are probably accustomed to thinking about when it comes to traditional home water heaters. But this isn’t the only type of system available to you.

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