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Water Heaters in Atlanta
A good water heater is designed to provide a steady flow of hot water for your home that matches the average amount consumed by your family. That means it needs to be properly sized and installed and then maintained to keep it running in top condition for its full lifespan.
If you are ready for a new water heater in Atlanta, or you would like someone who can provide maintenance or water heater repair services for your existing system, call the experts of Cool Air Mechanical.
Water Heater Installation and Replacement in Atlanta
If you need a new water heater in Alpharetta or elsewhere in the Metro Atlanta area, the first step is to determine how much hot water your family needs and what type of water heater is best for those needs: a tank or tankless water heater. Tank water heaters are traditionally used in most homes to preheat and hold water in a tank for future use. They are less expensive but they cost more to operate because they keep water heated at a steady temperature even when you don’t need hot water.
Tankless water heaters, on the other hand, are unique in that they only heat water when you need it. Small devices are installed before your fixture and use electrical elements to heat water when you turn on a hot water tap. Installation is more expensive, but they cost significantly less to operate over time.
Once you select a system that is right for your home, we can install the system for you quickly and ensure it works properly so you have reliable hot water for years to come.
"If you need a new water heater...determine how much hot water your family needs, and then what type of water heater (tank or tankless) is best for those needs. "
Atlanta and Alpharetta Water Heater Repairs
Atlanta and Kennesaw Water Heater Maintenance
The best way to ensure your Kennesaw water heater lasts as long as it is rated is to have it maintained on an annual basis. Annual inspection of your water heater ensures it is clean, there are no leaks, and that the connections are tight. Your contractor will clean any gas burners, check electrical elements and test the thermostat to make sure everything is working as intended. If anything does go wrong with your water heater, and you end up needing water heater repair services, these annual inspections will likely catch any issues early, ensuring they can be resolved before they become more severe.