It has finally happened. Your heating and air conditioning technician has completed your annual water heater service in Everett and recommended that you purchase a new unit for safety and efficiency reasons. There are several factors that bear consideration before you buy a new water heater.
It literally pays to determine which fuel type your water heater will use in your home, if you have two or more options where you live. There are distinct advantages to each fuel source, whether the unit will use electricity, fuel oil, natural gas, propane, solar or geothermal energy.
Ready availability of the fuel source you plan to utilize and cost effectiveness should be primary in your decision process. It may be worthwhile to investigate using a different fuel than you have previously for your hot water heater. There could be potential savings in this area.
Costs for your new water heater must cover both the purchase price of the system and operating expenses, including yearly maintenance. The unit must be able to provide enough hot water on demand for all members of the household and guests in sinks and showers, as well as regular use of the washing machine and dishwasher.
Do not hesitate to consult an experienced professional HVAC technician at Complete Mechanical, Inc. at (206)337-2360 to discuss your hot water needs and to schedule water heater service in Everett for your older model water heater or installation of a more modern and energy efficient system. We guarantee you will be satisfied with our guidance and service.