Tank Water Heaters
Tankless Water Heaters
Tank Water Heaters
There are a number of different water heater models out there, but most of us are used to traditional tank water heaters – either electric or gas systems – which use a water tank in a tall cylinder to provide hot water for your home. It’s a very reliable model and with the right care, you can expect decades of regular use from it. But when problems arise, they tend to occur randomly since few people pay close attention to their heaters day-to-day.
That’s where we come in. At Knott's Plumbing Services, LLC, we specialize in the installation, repair, replacement, and maintenance of tank water heaters including high-end models like Bradford White and AO Smith. If you need a fast fix for your system or just want to set up a maintenance appointment to prevent problems before they pop up, trust our experienced plumbers at Knott's Plumbing Services, LLC.
Tankless Water Heaters
A tankless water heater is a viable alternative to traditional tank models. With the number of vacation homes here in New Port Richey, they’re becoming an increasingly popular option in the region. Tankless water heaters cost more to install but offer a number of benefits over tank models. Depending on the size of your home and your family’s needs, they can be extremely beneficial.
If you think tankless water heaters may be a good fit for your home or need help determining if you are a good candidate for this model, the professionals at Knott's Plumbing Services, LLC are here to help. We perform tankless water heater installations throughout St. Petersburg the surrounding areas. We can also repair and maintain your existing system.
Installing a New Water Heater
Not all hot water heaters are created equal and when you’re installing a new one or replacing an old one, you need to know which one works best for your unique space. Electric water heaters use different fuel sources and have different power and attachment requirements than gas water heaters. Tankless systems are also much different than standard tank models. Regardless of the system you’re installing – whether you’re just replacing an old water heater or installing one in your home for the first time – you want a trained plumber on your side at all times. At Knott's Plumbing Services, LLC, we’ll go over your options with you before performing an installation with the water heater of your choice. We can install:
Tank water heaters
Tankless water heaters
Buying a New Water Heater
Today’s consumers have a myriad of choices when it comes to water heaters. To help you determine the best brand and model for your needs, seek help from Knott's Plumbing Services, LLC. We’ve been helping homeowners like yourself for over a decade. Each member of our team is knowledgeable about the wide array of water heaters available on the market and can help narrow down your options. To help you get started, here are some factors to take into consideration:
Storage type and capacity
Our plumbing company is also an official partner and dealer of leading water heater brands including Bradford White, A.O. Smith, and Navien Tankless Water Heaters.
Repairing a Water Heater
When it comes to water heaters, time is of the essence. By the time most homeowners realize that there’s a problem with their water heater, the issue may have been present for months. Swift action is necessary to make sure the problem does not cause further complications. The longer you wait, the worse the problem gets until that repair soon becomes a replacement.
Signs it’s time to call for water heater repairs:
The water heater is not turning on
The water heater is running noisily
The water is not hot enough or too hot to use
The water is rusty, murky, or has an odd smell
The storage tank has a leak
Knott's Plumbing Services, LLC will act quickly to handle your hot water heater repair issue whether you have a gas, electric, or tankless water heater. If you suspect your system is having trouble, shut it down and get in touch with us today!
Maintenance Prevents Repairs
We strongly recommend scheduling a maintenance session for your water heater from a trained plumber at least once or twice a year. He or she can take care of key issues like replacing the anode rod – which prevents corrosion – and flushing the tank to get rid of sediment at the bottom. These steps not only help lower the monthly cost of running your water heater but reduce wear and tear and help the system last longer.