Allentown, PA Water Heaters by Tim Beil Plumbing
Whether you opt for an electric water heater for your home or you find that your existing gas water heater needs to be routinely maintained, we can make sure that you have exactly what you need. We offer a number of different water heaters throughout the area: electric, gas, power vent, short, tall, hybrid, tankless, and heat pump models. We will ensure that your water heater is appropriately sized and that it’s perfectly integrated into your home’s plumbing.
We not only install and replace water heaters, we can also make sure that your existing system is taken care of, whether you require repair or maintenance. Contact our friendly plumbers today.
Tim Beil Plumbing provides water heater services in Allentown, PA and the surrounding areas.
Choosing the Right Water Heater
It can be difficult to figure out which water heater is best for your home. After all, considering just how many different makes and models there are on the market today, you need to make sure that you choose a model that matches your budgetary requirements as well as your hot water needs. We can help you navigate the various systems we offer.
Our Water Heater Services
It’s critical that you hire a professional plumber to make sure that your water heater works well for years to come. It is truly the only way to select a system. But we not only install new systems from scratch and replace old systems that are ready to retire—we also actively service and repair water heaters, be it with an emergency repair or routine maintenance.
When one of our technicians visits your home, they will discuss the various options available to you for your particular situation and which of these options make the most sense for your home and budget.
Based on our experience, we have found that Bradford White supplies dependable products that we believe will satisfy your needs. While we recommend and stock Bradford White water heaters, we install and repair most major brands.
Our technicians often recommend installing a pressure–reducing valve and expansion tank. A pressure reducing valve is a good idea if your water pressure exceeds 70 lbs., as this could possibly cause damage to your water heater. Water heaters have a glass lining, and when stressed, this can crack, causing the metal of the tank to corrode and leak. An expansion tank is important because it will aid in reducing the stress placed on the water heater and the rest of the plumbing system. Without an expansion tank, your relief valve could release water onto the floor, a pipe may burst, or a faucet may burst from the build–up of pressure. We also recommend a relief valve and drain line be installed on every water heater. It is essential to have soft water with a tankless water heater. Before investing in a tankless water heater, it’s recommended to have your water tested even if you have an existing water softener.
Are you considering a new water heater for your home? Do you want to make sure it is professionally installed to ensure longevity, reliability and efficiency? Let us know. We can provide you with excellent water heater installation.
If you find that your water heater no longer functions well and repair costs are beginning to add up, it may be time for water heater replacement. We’ll advise you every step of the way to ensure that you make an informed decision.
Water heaters break down no matter how well you maintain them. If you find that your water heater is not working exactly as it should, or it fails to work at all, then just let us know. Our water heater repair service is comprehensive.
To ensure that your water heater functions just as it should, it needs to be routinely cleaned, inspected and tuned–up. Our water heater maintenance can take care of this for you so that you don’t have to worry about this all–important appliance. Call today.
The tankless water heater avoids the standby energy loss that tank–based systems are subject to, thus allowing you to achieve exceptional efficiency ratings. We install and service tankless water heaters. It is essential to have soft water with a tankless water heater. Before investing in a tankless water heater, it’s recommended to have your water tested even if you have an existing water softener.
If you want to make sure that your hot water is both powerful and efficiently produced, then you may want to consider a hybrid water heater, which combines the best of both tank and tankless water heaters.
As its name suggests, a heat pump water heater adopts the efficiency of one of the most popular HVAC systems to ensure that your hot water is produced as efficiently as possible. We install and service heat pump water heaters throughout the area. Call our plumbers today.