Conventional Water Heater Repair Dallas

Water Heater Repair & InstallationHave you ever been without hot water?  Did you check your water heater or did you call a plumber? Many of our customers tell us they didn’’t know what to do and started looking for a local plumber to fix their hot water problem.

At Ben Franklin Plumbing Dallas, we know if you have an electric or gas water heater, the problem may be an issue with the service to the water heater not the heater itself. The good news is we will be punctual with the knowledge and tools you need to repair your conventional water heater, no matter the problem.

If the problem requires that we replace your water heater, we’’ll give you an immediate estimate. We know water heaters are not just a “one size fits all” situation. Our Dallas plumbers carry a complete line of standard and tankless water heaters giving you choices and financing options with approved credit you can use if you need to watch your dollars.

We Have the “Right Fit” for Your Needs

The water heaters Ben Franklin Plumbing of Dallas handles are top of the line and technologically built to give you worry free maintenance. Our plumbing technicians will help you determine the type of water heater which meets your family needs. The size of your home, type of water you have and your amount of monthly water usage all factor into the type of water heater you need.  A complete analysis will let you know the best solution for your water heater needs.

Conventional water heaters have a smaller financial outlay than that of tankless water heaters.  The design of conventional water heaters allows for water inside the tank to be constantly heating. This benefit ensures you will have hot water at the ready regardless of the time of day you turn the tap on.

Conventional water heaters, aka tank style water heaters, offer another advantage that is crucial. When you lose power to your home or office, the tank holds a reserve which will provide hot water for a short time regardless of whether you have electric or gas coming into your home. Conventional water heaters are also typically cheaper to install than tankless water heaters.

Conventional Water Heaters – Energy Sources to Heat Water: