24 Hour Water Heater Repair

If you have a need for electric water heater installation, repair, maintenance, or replacement, you have come to the right place! At our Company Home Services, electric water heaters are one of our specialties. While gas water heaters are the most common types of water heaters, our water heater technicians are also experts in repairing and installing electric water heaters throughout the Dallas area.

Often time, where natural gas is not readily available in Dallas, electric water heaters can represent an effective and reliable alternative. Energy costs are often higher when using an electric water heater compared with a gas water heater. However, electric water heaters often have a superior design, are easier and more affordable to install, are easier to maintain, and last longer. When considering the total cost of ownership and operation of an electric water heater, they often can be more affordable than gas water heaters in the long run.

Electric water heaters are made in more shapes, sizes, styles, and efficiencies than ever before. At the Company our Home Services, we are the leaders in electric water heater installation and maintenance for the Dallas area. If you are considering an electric water heater, ask one of our electric water heater professionals about your many energy efficient options. Regardless of the issue you have with your tank water heater, contact H.O. Services for immediate assistance. Our team of highly trained Houston area plumbers will walk you through the process of a water heater repair or choosing the appropriate new hot water heater for your home.

There are a few things to keep in mind when choosing a tank hot water heater, however. First, you must consider hot water tank capacity. Every home has a certain amount of water it will use in one hour. This is how hot water tanks are measured – their one hour peak capacity. If you turn on every shower, hot water faucet and dishwasher in your home for an hour, how much hot water do you need? The realistic amount your home uses will help determine how big of a tank you’ll need.

Tank hot water heaters, while more efficient than they once were, are still not the best options around. They use fuel to heat water continuously, whether you’re using it or not. So, even if you don’t use hot water all day, you’re paying money to heat it for no reason. You can take some steps to reduce the consumption, such as cutting the holding temperature to just 120°F instead of 140°F and cleaning your tank once every 6 months.