Conventional Water Heaters
Expert Repair, Installation & Service of Conventional Water Heaters Southeastern MA
When we talk with our customers, many admit they weren't really sure why they didn't have hot water, but they knew there must be a problem with the water heater. Some tell us they were sure the pilot light was out, but weren't sure how to re-light the gas. Some are afraid to re-light the gas because they might blow up the tank. We understand these concerns and recommend calling a trusted plumber if you're not sure about what to do.
At Dun-RIGHT Plumbing & Heating, we know that many times the fix is simple to get the hot water flowing again. If the solution is complex, we'll discuss options on repairing the water heater or possibly replacing the existing heater if necessary. Most conventional water heaters have a life expectancy of 7-10 years, so there are times we run into units that have far exceeded their lifespan. Water heaters are not just “one size fits all” because some homes require larger water tanks to supply multiple bathrooms, kitchens, etc. Our Southeastern MA plumbers offer a complete line of Weil McLain Indirect Water Heaters along with tankless water heaters, giving you choices and options to exactly fit your needs and budget.
Indirect Fired Water Heaters
Weil-McLain® high efficiency indirect fired water heaters produce twice the peak flow of a tankless coil — at least 50% more than a comparably sized direct-fired gas hot water heater and three times as much as an electric unit. Weil-McLain® constructs their products with durable, corrosion-resistant stainless steel. The unit's self-cleaning design also resists liming.
- Tank-within-a-tank design - corrugated stainless steel inner tank, steel outer tank
- Negligible stand-by loss - less than half degree per hour
- More Hot Water - Weil-McLain® indirect fired water heaters produce twice the peak flow of a tankless coil
- Unique self-cleaning design resists liming
You have the option of choosing the water heater that will best suit your needs. Dun-RIGHT Plumbing & Heating handles quality water heaters that are technologically advanced, economical to run, energy efficient with years of worry free maintenance. Our plumbing technicians will help you determine the type of water heater you need based on your water usage, size of home, and monthly water bill. Our free analysis will leave no doubt as to the water heater that offers you the best solution.
Benefits of a Conventional Water Heater
- Financial outlay is less than a tankless water heater
- Power or gas outages don't affect the reserve of hot water
- Easy to repair and fix
- Installation costs are minimal
In many Southeastern MA homes and small businesses, conventional water heater tanks have a capacity of between 20 and 100 gallons, with the average household having a 30 to 40 gallon tank installed. If your current water heater is not delivering the results you need, if your energy bill is escalating, your tank is leaking, or not producing insufficient amounts of hot water, contact our experienced Plumbers to help you.