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Allen Water Heater Installation & Repair

Conventional & Tankless Water Heater Installation

At Princeton Plumbing, we understand the stress of waking up to no hot water in the house. We can have prompt Allen water heater installation experts to your door in no time at all. We stay updated on all changes to regulations governing energy efficiency and safety standards to ensure you receive the most reliable service.

Call (469) 208-5535 to request water heater service in Allen, McKinney, and surrounding areas.

Allen Water Heater Repair

Should anything happen, our plumbing specialists are available to you any day of the week around the clock. That’s right we offer same-dayand emergency water heater repair servicesbecause we know that hot water is crucial every day of the week!

8 Signs You're In Need of Water Heater Repair

1. Leaks - If there’s a puddle of water around your water heater, then the inner tank is cracking. Even if it’s a small or slow leak, it’s still significant and should be checked.

2. Rusty, reddish-brown color - If this discoloration exists in both your hot and cold water, it’s probably rusty pipes. But, if only your hot water is turning this rusty color, then it’s a good sign that your water heater is a little rusty. There’s an anode on top of the water heater that’s designed to protect the inside of the appliances from rust. Check these rods to make sure they’re not damaged.

3. Loud noises - Loud cracks or popping sounds originating from your water heater are an indication that there could be a chemical build-up that’s causing the water heater to overheat. A little bit of noise is okay, but if it’s loud enough to hear from another room then you might want to call in an Allen water heater repair professional to clean the tank thoroughly.

4. Smell or taste that’s off - If enough minerals build-up, your water will smell or taste a little funk. It’s also very possible that the coating on the inside of your tank is coming off and falling into your water supply. Either way, something’s off. We’ll fix or replace your unit any time of the day!.

5. Fluctuating heat - When your water is going from hot to cold, back to hot, and then cold again without you touching a thing, you most likely have a cracked dip tube. The dip tube is responsible for bringing cold water to the tank for it to be heated up. If the dip tube cracks, then the cold water it’s bringing will mix with the outgoing hot water.

6. No heat or not enough heat - This is an obvious sign that your water heater could use a repair. Since there are a plethora of reasons that your water heater might not be heating water properly, you should call one of our Allen water heater repair experts to inspect your unit. Common causes of this include:

  • Your heating element is burning out, or already burnt out

  • Your pilot light is off for a gas unit

  • Your water heater is tripping your circuit breaker if it’s an electrical unit

  • The thermostat is off and needs to be replaced

  • Sediment build-up is preventing water from heating up

  • It’s super freezing outside and you could use added insulation in your pipes and tank

7. Low water pressure for hot water - If there’s low water pressure only for hot water, it’s a good sign that you should call in a water heater specialist. This can happen when enough minerals build up to clog the line that’s responsible for bringing you your hot water, it could even clog your pipes.

8. Age - Usually water heaters last for 10-15 years. If it has been longer than 15 years and it seems like your Allen Water heater repair pros are coming over and over again, you need a water heater replacement.

When Should I Replace My Water Heater?

Some water heater problems can be fixed by replacing the damaged component. However, if the water heater tank is leaking, the age of the equipment is past 10 years old, or the cost of the repair is almost half as much as a new water heater, replacement is the better option. At Princeton Plumbing, our Allen water heater installation experts offer conventional water heaters with a storage tank and tankless hot water heaters to fit every need and budget.

Allen Tankless Water Heater Installation Experts At Your Disposal

Are you tired of running out of hot water before you are finished showering? Do you want a sufficient and steady supply of hot water for showers and laundry? A tankless hot water heater may be the best option for you. Enjoy an endless hot water supply with a tankless water heater. Tankless hot water heaters work by heating the water on demand, rather than storing heated water in a storage tank. This

6 Benefits of a Tankless Water Heater

1. Energy savings
  • A tankless water heater works by heating the water on demand, rather than storing heated water in a storage tank which often results in hot water cooling and energy being wasted.
    • A tankless water heater heats your water one time and one time only which:
      • Saves you money
      • Wastes less water
      • Decreases your carbon footprint! If this sounds appealing contact your Allen tankless water heater installation experts pronto!

2. A smaller unit that requires less space

  • A tankless water heater can come in one of two ways.

    • The first type of tankless water heater is the small unit that’s usually a complimentary water heater responsible for a bathroom.

    • The second type is designed to heat the water for your whole house. The whole-house models are bigger than the small tankless variety, but still significantly smaller than a traditional water heater.

      • A whole-house tankless water heater is usually 2 feet tall and a foot wide and can mount on your wall.

      • Traditional water heaters are usually 5 feet tall and 2 feet wide and take up a lot of space.

3. A continuous supply of hot water

  • If you want to say goodbye to running out of hot water, call our Allen tankless water heater installation experts right now.

    • So long as you have running water and power, you’ll have continuous hot water within capacity. That’s why they’re also called On-demand water heaters.

      • You just might not be able to take a hot shower and do laundry with hot water at the same time.

4. Instant hot water

  • Another reason they’re known as On-demand water heaters is that you don’t have to wait 20 to 30 seconds for your shower to warm up.

    • Storage tank water heaters have to heat up significantly more water than tankless types and because of that, you have to wait for your shower to warm up before jumping in.

5. Longer equipment lifespan

  • On-demand water heaters usually last 20-30 years whereas traditional water heaters last 10 to 15 years.

6. On-demand water heaters can be cheaper in the long run

  • Yes, they are more costly to install. But you’ll save money every single month because you’ll be using less energy. Also, your tankless unit should last you 2 or 3 decades and not just 1.

When you factor in the energy savings, increased equipment life, and other benefits the additional cost may be well worth it. Our Allen water heater installation experts can explain your options, help you find the right water heater for your home, and provide professional installation for years of reliable performance.

Get in touch with us today for reliable water heater repair or replacement.

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