September 27, 2012


Call Bob Lewis at 303.330.5585 for Water Heaters
You'll love the Price and the service! 

Water heater installation in Denver will most often involve replacing your existing water heater with the same unit you have now, but there are some important considerations before you have a new water heater installed. This is a good time to convert to gas if you're still using an electric water heater, and if you do this is definitely a job for a professional plumber.

Your homes hot water Heater will  use about 15% of the energy each month: We can Install almost any Brand of water heater in your home. The least expensive hot water heaters are electric, but gas water heaters in Denver are a great choice.

Gas water heaters will cost more than an electric water heater, but the average cost to operate a gas water heater in the average home is $350.00 a year and the average electric water heaters cost about $500.00 a year, so you can rerecover the cost in a few years with the lower cost of Gas water heaters.

1st Hour Rating on hot water heaters tells you how much hot water a water heater will  provide in gallons of usable hot water by combining the amount of usable hot water stored in the tank, plus the gallons of usable hot water generated by the water heater in one hour of operation. For Exaple: A 40-gallon natural gas water heater that stores 31 gallons of usable hot water and can deliver 41 gallons of usable hot water in the first hour, so this water heaters 1st Hour Rating is 72 gallons.

One option to consider would be to increase your water heaters holding capacity if your family is growing, and we'll tell you if there are some tax breaks for using an energy efficient water heater in your home.

Make sure to check your hot water heaters tank capacity, insulation R-value, as well as the wattage capacity and voltage of the heating elements if you’re going to keep using an electric water heater.

40 to 50 gallon storage tanks on a water heater is usually enough for most families, and the (recovery rate) or the gallons of water heater used by your water heater in an hour is an important consideration. The  existing space you have will determine whether or not you can insatll install a larger water heater.

Disposing of your old hot water heater, when won't be a problem because whenever we install a new water heater, we'll dispose of your old water heater.

Call Bob Lewis now at 303.330.5585 in Denver and we’ll give you a free estimate on installing a new water heater in your home today.

Colorado Cities we serve: Denver, Sheridan, Aurora, Lakewood , Centennial, Wheat ridge, Englewood, Commerce City, Highlands Ranch, Federal Heights, Lone tree, Arvada, Greenwood Village, Westminster, Cherry Hills Village, Thornton, Littleton, Northglenn, Bowmar, Broomfield, Morrison, Castle Rock, Parker, Sedalia, Fox field, Louviers, Franktown, Henderson, Elizabeth, Boulder, Longmont, Elbert County, Brighton, Kiowa, Dacono, Larkspur, Erie, Evergreen, Firestone, Conifer, Fredrick, Genesee, Superior, Indian Hills, Kittredge, Idle dale, Lafayette, Bennett, Louisville, Watkins

Call Bob Lewis at 303-330-5585 for a Free Quote

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