Water Heater Installation
Just type in”Water Heater installation near me” to find us on the Web. We have an office near you. Are you in hot water? Is the age of your current tank water heater older than eight to ten years and producing lukewarm or cold water? Whether you are looking for a complete turnkey package deal on a new water heater installation, or if you would like to replace a water heater yourself, Houston Water Heaters is THE source for water heating solutions in the Greater Houston Metropolitan Area. We are a family owned and operated business, and all of our Plumbers are actual employees of ours and not subcontractors. We offer same day water heater installation service and have completed over ten thousand installs and retrofits of tank style and tankless water heaters. We are a Better Business Bureau A+ rated and accredited company, plus you can view photos of our completed water heater installs or read glowing reviews and testimonials from satisfied customers on Angie’s List, Facebook, Google, Nextdoor, and Yelp.
Need a Water Heater Installed?
Symptoms you need a Water Heater
Does your Water Heater Rumble? Does a rotten egg smell come from the hot water? Is it working but just doesn’t produce enough hot water? We see these problems ever day and we can advise you in the least expensive correction that is right for your water heater.
Water Heater Installation and replacement is all we do, and we are very good at it. Because we are good at it we are able to adjust our prices accordingly. Our men are factory trained experts in water heater installation and replacement. Call and ask Steve about cost, he is our Master Plumber and he loves to talk about Water Heaters. What ever your problem is you can be sure Steve has probably seen it before. We install water heaters. We are proud of our reputation for professionalism and we strive to maintain the highest standards. If your water heater fails, contact us, We make it so easy.
Choose the right Water Heater
selecting a water heater for your home, choosing a 40 gallon hot water heater system that not only provides an ample amount of hot water for your home or business but one that also efficiently heats the water is of primary importance. The water heaters that we carry are the most energy efficient and reliable on the market which is not only good for the planet but ultimately saves you money. We offer conventional 50 gallon hot water heaters (storage tank) that are both electric or gas depending on the demands of your home. We also carry on-demand or tankless (instantaneous) water heaters.
Houston Water Heaters is a factory-recommended installer of Bradford White, Rheem, State, and A.O. Smith conventional hot water heaters. Call today for an immediate quote on water heater installation for your home or business. Read about attic temperatures effect on pilots.
Hot Water Heaters and different fuels.
We offer a wide range of:
- Electric Powered Tank
- Liquid Propane (LP) Powered Tank
- Natural Gas Powered Traditional Tank
- State of the Art Tankless Water Heaters
- Hybrid Heat Pump Water Heaters
- Lifetime Warranty Rheem
Marathon model that was designed with a plastic tank and titanium elements to last years longer than the average lifespan of a regular metal water heater. We also carry Electric and Natural Gas Water Heaters that meet all manner of Kilowatt and BTU specifications. Accessories we offer include Isolation or Service Valve Kits for Tankless Water Heaters, Water Alarms that will alert you to a leaking water heater, and circulation pumps (sold only with installation) that will deliver hot water to your fixtures faster, eliminating wait time for hot water and reducing water waste.
- The brands we install are Rheem tank style water heaters and Navien Tankless Water Heaters. We only repair water heaters we have installed. Businesses and consumers trust the quality products offered by Rheem and Navien for their water heating needs. We also have Rinnai Tankless Water Heaters available for purchase in our online store.
- When shopping for a new water heater, due diligence is paramount. The first factor to consider is to determine your fuel source based on what is in your home. This typically depends on your current water heater being Natural Gas, Electric, Hybrid, or Propane (LP). Once the fuel source for your water heater has been determined, you are on your way to choosing which new water heater will fit your needs.
- Electric Water Heaters have one or two replaceable heating elements, and there are a variety of high-efficiency options available. Sizes on Electric Tank Style Water Heaters can range anywhere from small Point of Use 6 Gallon Residential Tanks all the way up to 100+ Gallon Water Heaters.
Things to consider when buying a Hot Water Heater:
- Natural Gas or Propane (LP) Water Heaters utilize a burner assembly to heat water. Burner assemblies require fresh air circulating within the firebox and in the attic for combustion which heats the water. Combustible materials should not be stored near these water heaters and there are certain clearances required by both the manufacturer and plumbing code to ensure safe operation of the water heater. Natural Gas water heaters and Propane (LP) water heaters are more energy efficient than electric water heaters. Residential models of Gas and Propane water heaters range from 30 Gallons to 75 Gallons. There are 100 Gallon Natural Gas and Propane Water Heaters available.
- Heat Pump Water Heaters or Hybrid Water Heaters convert energy from the air to heat water at a more efficient rate than traditional tank style water heaters. Air can be directly vented to these water heaters from the outside or the air can be pulled in from the room that the water heater is located in. Hybrid and Heat Pump Water Heaters are heavier and larger than a typical conventional electric water heater which makes the installation more time consuming. While Heat Pump and Hybrid Water Heaters are more expensive up front, they will pay for themselves over time due to being more energy efficient and as a result they have a much lower yearly estimated operating cost.