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Water heater problems can result in minor inconveniences (no hot showers) or major damage (flooding in your utility room from a leaking tank).
Fortunately, there is a Naperville water heater expert you can call with the right solutions. Jim Wagner Plumbing, Inc. is committed to delivering excellent service no matter the problem.
- Water heater repair
- Water heater replacement
- Tank and tankless systems
- Residential and commercial properties
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Repair vs. Replacement – We’ll Advise
The average tank water heater lasts about 10-15 years with proper maintenance. If your water heater has been around this long and is starting to experience problems, give us a call to have our water heater specialists take a look.
We will diagnose the problem and determine whether repair or replacement is the best option for you. Of course, we will never push you to install a new system if you are not ready. We can provide repair services to help extend the life of your water heater and keep it more affordable for you.
However, if your water heater is beyond repair, or if replacement is more cost effective than frequent repairs, we will recommend that you install a new system. Our experts can help you choose the right water heater size and model depending on your needs.
Should You Go Tankless?
We get this question a lot. Tankless water heaters are energy-efficient alternatives to storage-tank types. Tankless systems are also more space efficient, need less maintenance, last longer, and give you instant hot water whenever you need it.
However, tankless water heaters are not for every household. These are the situations where installing a tankless water heater would be ideal:
Smaller households: A small family will have lower hot water demands. This is a perfect situation for tankless water heater installation. Tankless systems only produce about 3.5 gallons of hot water per minute, which may not be enough for larger households that require more simultaneous water use. But this is good enough for the average small family to get the hot water they need, whenever they need it.
Larger households: If you are a big family, you may want to consider a tankless water heater if you prefer unlimited hot water throughout the day. This allows everyone in the family to take a hot shower before work or school without having to worry about hot water running out.