Water Heater Services in Jacksonville & St. Augustine
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At David Gray Plumbing, we keep the water of Jacksonville-area homeowners reliably hot with our comprehensive water heater services. Your water heater accounts for the largest portion of your utility bills, apart from heating and cooling your home, so it’s essential to invest in an energy-saving model and keep it running efficiently with timely repairs and maintenance.
When your water heater breaks down, it can make everyday tasks like washing dishes far more difficult. To get your water heater back up and running in as little time as possible, talk to our experts at David Gray Plumbing. We offer water heater repair in Jacksonville, St. Augustine, and the surrounding communities, and we service both electric and hybrid tank-style models. Whether your water heater has a leaking pressure relief valve, faulty thermostat, damaged heating element, or more serious problems, our licensed plumbers can repair it quickly with reliable, long-lasting results.
Signs Your Water Heater Requires Professional Repair
Does your Jacksonville home need a new water heater? Whether you are replacing a failed water heater or installing a new one, David Gray Plumbing can help. We offer water heater installation, replacement, and more. Our technicians will evaluate your hot water needs, recommend the best water heater for the application, and provide an energy-efficient, professional installation. If you would like to upgrade from a standard water heater to a tankless model, we can also help you determine if that is feasible and practical.
David Gray Plumbing offers installation and replacement services for any water heater brand. We have multiple styles of water heaters, including Wi-Fi-enabled options available.
Call us today at (904) 724-7211 to find out which water heater option will work best for your home.
Water heaters can be broken down into two major categories and then into subcategories; each has its own advantages and disadvantages.
Conventional Water Heaters
Conventional water heaters use a tank to store hot water that can be used later but often take considerable time to replenish the hot water supply if used frequently. Different types of conventional water heaters include:
Tankless water heaters deliver hot water on demand rather than storing it for future use. Because it doesn't have to store hot water until it's used, tankless water heaters can save on energy compared to conventional water heaters. Different types of tankless water heaters include:
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Whether you're in Jacksonville or St. Augustine, we look forward to providing you with the exceptional service we've come to be known for.
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Common Water Heater Questions
How often should my water heater be serviced?
It is a good idea to have your water heater inspected and serviced once a year. Water heaters need routine maintenance to stay reliable and efficient.
What does water heater maintenance involve?
A typical service visit for a water heater will include testing the thermostat and controls, inspecting the electrical and plumbing connections, testing the pressure relief valve, and more. On standard water heaters, the plumber will drain the tank to remove sediment, among other visual checks, to ensure your unit is working properly. Suggestions may be made to extend the life of your water heater.
How long will my water heater last?
With proper maintenance, a standard water heater will typically last between eight to 10 years. Tankless models can last 20 to 25 years before a water heater replacement becomes necessary.
Can I replace my water heater with a tankless model?
In most cases, a conventional water heater can easily be replaced by a tankless water heater with just a bit of planning and preparation. However, in some cases, gas service or electrical upgrades may be necessary to provide the higher instantaneous energy required for on-demand water heating.
Why is my water heater leaking?
If you spot a leak near your water heater, ensure the drain valve is closed and check the pressure relief valve for leaks, as they routinely fail. If neither is the source of the leak, the tank itself may be leaking, which would require a water heater replacement.
Which water heater is most efficient?
We offer multiple styles and upgrades, but we're always asked about our most energy-efficient option. See the chart below from the U.S. Government Energy Guide to see the average cost for the type of water heater you're looking at.
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Whether you purchase your own or want to purchase directly from us, our certified and licensed technicians are experts with replacement and installation.
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