Did you know that heating water is typically the second largest energy expense in your home? Usually, this energy usage accounts for about 18% of your total energy bill. An old hot water heater can operate for years at very low efficiency before it finally fails. Many homeowners wait until their water heater fails to begin shopping for a replacement. Like most appliances, even the best eventually wear out due to old age. Don’t risk serious damage from a flooded basement; contact us about a a fast, professional water heater installation today.
Our professional, licensed plumbers ensure that your water heater installation is completed correctly, and to your total satisfaction. Our certified professionals follow rigorous guidelines when installing your new water heater. Plus, we take care of all aspects of the installation, including obtaining the required permits, and hauling away your old water heater. That’s the BGE HOME Advantage.
When is the Right Time for a new Water Heater?
It can be difficult to know when to purchase a new hot water heater. Your decision can vary greatly depending on how your current water heater is operating, the fuel type in your home, and the overall quality of the installation. We’ve put together a Water Heater Buying Guide to help you determine when it might be time to buy a new water heater, and how to choose which water heater is right for your home.
When you need a skilled and courteous hot water heater installation, turn to BGE HOME. We’ll help you find the water heater that is the right size, right recovery rate, and right price for your home and family. Plus, we offer same-day installations, so you can have your hot water flowing again as soon as possible. We even offer in-house financing options to those who qualify!
Save Energy & Money with a new Water Heater Installation
According to Energy Star, if your water heater is more than 10 years old, now is the best time to plan its replacement. In addition to avoiding cold showers and a soaked basement, today’s new high-efficiency water heaters use much less energy than those manufactured 10 or 15 years ago. Simply replacing an older water heater can reduce the energy you use to heat water by up to half and help you start saving money. Check out our Energy Savings Calculator to see how much you might save by upgrading to an energy-efficient water heater.