Some Basic Misunderstandings About Tankless Water Heaters

Monday, May 11th, 2020

faucet-kitchen-modern-runningThe tankless water heater has been around for more than a century. But not until the last few decades did the technology reach a point where installing one in a house made for a viable alternative to the standard storage-tank water heater. Because many people still know little about tankless water heaters, a number of myths and misconceptions about them have popped up.

We offer tankless water heater installation in Surprise, AZ and the surrounding areas, and we don’t want potential customers to miss out on the tankless benefits because of these misunderstandings, or for them to assume a tankless water heater can do something it can’t. Below we’ve provided the truth about a few of these misconceptions. (more…)

You Might Want a Heat Pump Water Heater If…

Monday, June 10th, 2019

water-handsWhen looking at the many types of water heaters in Phoenix, AZ you can have installed in your home, you might feel overwhelmed at the options available. The conventional storage tank water heater isn’t the only choice you have today: you can also have special high-efficiency tank water heaters, tankless water heaters, and heat pump water heaters.

In this post, we’re going to focus on the heat pump water heater and the times when it might be your top choice. So, you might want a heat pump water heater if… (more…)

What Are the Advantages of a Hybrid Water Heater?

Monday, July 9th, 2018

water-heater-shower-cartoonThe water heater is one of the most essential appliances in the home. Regardless of the climate, hot water will always be a necessity, whether it’s for bathing or cooking or cleaning. Luckily, there are several options for water heaters. Most impressive of all has to be the hybrid water heater.

What’s a hybrid water heater? Well, you have your standard tank water heater and your tankless water heater. Then, you have heat pump water heaters. When you mix-and-match the features of all three, you get closer to understanding what a hybrid water heater is.


The Benefits of Tankless Water Heaters

Monday, June 25th, 2018

tankless-water-heaterAre you ready to start researching water heaters in Chandler, AZ, either for installation in a brand new home or to replace an existing water heater in your house? If so, then you are wise to consider the use of a tankless water heater. Yes, traditional tank water heaters remain the most common types of systems for residential use. As many homeowners are beginning to realize, however, there are areas in which the tankless water heater does hold the advantage.

Is a tankless water heater right for every home and every homeowner? No, of course not—but then again, no specific system or appliance is. If that were the case, then there wouldn’t be so many options for us to choose from, right? That being said, for those homeowners that the system is the right option for, they couldn’t imagine going back to storing hot water in a tank! So consider the following information, and let us know if you think that a tankless water heater might be right for you.


How to Select the Perfect Water Heater for Your Home

Monday, March 20th, 2017

For many decades, the only real option for homeowners looking for a new water heater was to install a tank model. While tank water heaters are still quite popular, they are no longer the only option for providing a home with hot water. There are a variety of different water heater types available on the market. Before you decide on which one to install in your home, it’s a good idea to find out a bit more about them. (more…)

What the New Efficiency Standards Mean for Your Water Heater

Monday, August 31st, 2015

On April 2015, new water heater efficiency standards went into effect. This is part of a country-wide initiative to improve the efficiency of a wide range of heating appliances, including gas, propane and electric water heaters in both residences and businesses. Because we are a leading service provider of hot water systems in the greater Peoria area, we want to clear up any confusion that you may have, as well as answer any questions. You can always give us a call to get candid advice about how these mandates and regulations will affect your day-to-day around the house. (more…)

Tips for a Successful Water Heater Installation

Friday, July 25th, 2014

A water heater that you can truly count on is an invaluable appliance. Make sure that you have the right make and model for your home by scheduling your water heater installation with a skilled, trained professional. This is the only way in which you can hope to get the most from your system. Of course, a great product alone in no way guarantees a great performance from your new water heater. Here are a few considerations to keep in mind when scheduling your water heater installation in Phoenix, AZ. Remember that the experts at The Trusted Plumber are always here to answer any questions that you may have.

How To Ensure a Successful Water Heater Installation

First of all, there is absolutely no situation in which you should try to install your new water heater on your own. This is one job which requires the skill and expertise that only a professional plumber has to offer, without exception. Even minor water leaks can do serious damage to your property, and an improper water heater installation can have serious repercussions for your plumbing system as a whole. When a professional plumber installs your new water heater, you can count on a quality water heating experience.

Furthermore, do not hesitate to contact a professional plumbing contractor if you have any questions at all regarding the makes and models available to you. There are a lot of different options out there, and ensuring that you fully understand the pros and cons of the system you choose is vital to guaranteeing your satisfaction with the water heater you decide upon. We offer tank, tankless, hybrid, and heat pump water heaters. While none may be the definitive “best” option, we have the information you need to choose which is best for you.

Finally, it is necessary that your water heater is of the right size for your home and your hot water needs. You may think that an oversized water heater is better than an undersized model, but this is simply not true. You don’t want to be paying for water heating capacity that you will never need, do you? Plus, an oversized tank means that you will just wind up paying to keep water hot without any use for it.

When you are ready to discuss your water heater options with a skilled professional, remember that The Trusted Plumber is the company to call.

Our technicians will make sure that you have everything you need to enjoy consistent, dependable hot water in your home. Contact our Phoenix, AZ water heater experts today.