Water Heater Services in Colorado Springs, CO
At Brown's Heating & Cooling, safety is one of our top priorities. One of our mottos is “Think Twice, Act Once.” When it comes to your water heater installation or replacement, there’s no exception to this rule. An improper installation can lead to inefficient operation, decreased system output and longevity, and yes even safety hazards.
That’s why you should work with our team for your water heater service needs. We carry and service a wide variety of water heaters, and we’ll help find the one that fits your Colorado Springs, CO home beautifully. Our home comfort heroes will help you determine what the best match is and go to work to promptly but effectively install it.
Call Brown’s for your water heater services in Colorado Springs and the surrounding area! Contact our team today to get started.
Water Heater Installation
Each and every family in your community and beyond has a different lifestyle. This means that everyone has different household needs. You may be a single-person household that only needs enough heated water for a few necessary chores, or you may have a large family who has extensive needs.
No matter the case, Brown's Heating & Cooling is here to help you navigate through your choices so you can make an educated decision on what water heater system is best for you. The greatest part in all of this is that our team will never pressure you into picking a water heater you simply don’t need, for our benefit. We want your decision to keep you happy for the years to come! Don’t hesitate to reach out.
Water Heater Replacement
Unsure of whether or not your water heater is ready for replacement? Fortunately, there are a few signs you can watch out for that indicate yes, water heater replacement should be in your immediate future. These signs include:
- Old Age: Conventional, storage-tank water heaters typically have a lifespan of about 11-13 years. If your water heater has reached this point and seems to be slowing down in performance, it may be time to consider an upgrade. In general, newer models are more efficient than their outdated counterparts, anyway.
- Leaks: The only place you should ever see a water heater leaking from that doesn’t indicate complete water heater failure is the pressure relief valve. Anywhere else means that corrosion has gotten to your tank, and for your safety, health, and even your energy bills, you should replace the system.
- High Energy Bills: As your water heater performs less efficiently throughout its later years, it will cost you more to operate. You’ll essentially be paying for energy use that you don’t need. A newer, efficient water heater will save you money each month, particularly if it is well cared-for.