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Dependable Water Heaters Installed for Midwestern Homeowners

Having a reliable water heater in your home is crucial for your family’s everyday comfort and convenience. A functional water heater ensures you have access to hot water for bathing, cleaning, and cooking, making daily tasks more manageable and comfortable. When a water heater fails or isn’t functioning properly, homeowners can face significant hardships.

At Tri-State Water, Power & Air, we offer conventional and tankless water heaters that will ensure your household never has to deal with cold showers. We’re a family-owned and -operated company offering an array of home improvement solutions to homeowners throughout several Midwest states, and we’d love the opportunity to demonstrate the customer-focused service that has helped us earn an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.

Is Your Water Heater Failing?

One of the main challenges of a water heater that’s no longer performing optimally is the lack of hot water, which can disrupt daily routines and cause significant inconvenience. Cold showers and difficulty washing dishes or clothes can quickly become frustrating. In colder climates, a malfunctioning water heater can lead to more serious issues like frozen pipes, which can burst and cause water damage to your home.

Furthermore, a faulty water heater that has to run constantly can impact your home’s energy efficiency, and the result could be higher utility bills. Over time, sediment buildup and wear and tear can reduce the efficiency of your water heater, resulting in increased energy consumption and costs.

Which Type of Water Heater is Right for Your Needs?

Tri-State Water, Power & Air offers conventional water heaters and tankless water heaters that offer various advantages and disadvantages, and there are several key factors to consider when deciding which option best fits your needs and budget.

Our Conventional Water Heaters

Also known as storage tank water heaters, these units store and heat a large volume of water in a tank, providing a steady supply of hot water. One of the main advantages of conventional water heaters is their lower upfront cost compared to tankless models. However, they are less energy-efficient because they continuously heat water, even when it’s not being used, leading to higher utility bills. Additionally, conventional water heaters have a limited supply of hot water and can run out during periods of high demand, requiring time to reheat the water in the tank.

Our Tankless Water Heaters

Tankless water heaters heat water on demand, providing hot water instantly and continuously. This results in greater energy efficiency and lower utility bills since they only heat water when needed. Tankless water heaters also take up less space than conventional models and have a longer lifespan. However, they have a higher upfront cost, and you may need to make upgrades to your home’s electrical or gas systems to accommodate their higher energy demands.

Take the First Step

If your water heater is struggling to keep up with demand, contact Tr-State Water, Power & Air today. We’ll be happy to visit your home to tell you about our conventional and tankless water heater installation services and provide a no-obligation estimate.

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