Best Home Services: A Leader in Water Quality Services
In addition to delivering sterling plumbing services, we provide Southwest Florida with water quality enhancers like traditional and tankless water heaters and state-of-the-art water filtration systems. We believe in ensuring our customers have access to efficient hot water systems and clean, healthy water. We have the tools needed to guarantee these services to our customers. We’re your source for home filtration systems that allow you to enjoy better drinking water and water heaters that guarantee a great living space.
When Should I Replace My Water Heater?
BHS can’t stress the importance of water quality monitoring enough. Water heaters have an expiration date – usually 10 to 12 years – but things can go wrong before then. It pays to know the warning signs, so you know when to replace your unit:
- Keep an eye out for rusty water from the hot piping in your building. Rusty water indicates there is rust forming inside the water heater.
- Pay attention to abnormal noises coming from the water heater. These noises could indicate hardened sediment, which leads to reduced efficiency and increased damage.
- If there is water around your water heater, then it might be leaking. It’s a good idea to give our water quality experts a call if that is the case.
It’s Broken. What Are My Options Now?
There are two different kinds of water heaters, traditional and tankless. Conventional water heaters use a tank to deliver hot water, while tankless water heaters use an electrical source to heat water on-demand. Both options provide several advantages. If you need to replace your water heater, then our experts will go over your options. Either way, BHS provides products and installation services guaranteed to result in a long lifespan. If you’re noticing warning signs or the water heater has burst, give us a call; we’ll get you situated.
What is Different About Tankless Water Heaters?
Tankless water heaters are an innovation in the water heater industry. Rather than using a large tank to heat water, these systems efficiently deploy targeted bursts of hot water. For instance, these water heaters only heat water when hot water is turned on in the home. They’re small, and you can attach them to a wall. Because of their size, tankless water heaters can be placed anywhere in the house, including the garage.
Why Should I Choose a Tankless Water Heater?
More and more customers are opting for the tankless water heater system. We recommend this option if you can afford the upfront cost because it will deliver immense savings and convenience down the line. Tankless water heaters are a better alternative because:
They save you money in the long run: According to Energy.gov, tankless water heaters are 24% to 34% more energy-efficient than their traditional counterparts. This efficiency leads to significantly lower energy bills.
They’re smaller and more compact: Traditional water heaters are enormous. With a tankless water heater, the surface area isn’t an issue.
They have a longer lifespan than traditional water heaters: Traditional water heaters last about 10 to 12 years, but tankless water heaters have a lifespan of up to 20 years. Combined with energy efficiency, the lifespan helps defray the initial costs.
Hot water on demand: Homes with several inhabitants appreciate the on-demand hot water a tankless water heater provide. You don’t have to wait a half an hour for hot water to return any more.
What Are the Benefits of a Water Filtration System?
You should be looking for ways to ensure you receive quality water in your Southwest Florida home. Florida water isn’t always pristine, so you have to do what you can to make sure your water supply is the best it can be. Water filtration systems are ideal for homeowners who want to ensure they drink clean and healthy water. These systems are particularly efficient at reducing hard water. Does your dishwasher leave residue on your plates and glassware? That’s usually the fault of hard water. Water filtration systems soften and produce better-tasting water. Contact BHS today to set up a free consultation.
Contact Our Skilled Customer Service Representatives
BHS is certified nationally by North American Technician Excellence and licensed and insured by the State of Florida. We have a team of professionals who answer the phone, and we offer emergency plumbing services. Our prices are up-front and honest, and we approach each interaction intending to deliver superior customer services. To learn more about Best Home Services or to schedule an appointment, give BHS a call today.