The rising costs of electricity and heating bills, along with the rising popularity of an energy efficient home is leading many individuals to move to a tankless water heater system. A new tankless water heater costs between $1,000-$8,000 (depending on the brand and size), which is more than enough to cover the cost of installation and maintenance.
When a new water heater is installed, it can be tricky to get the proper size that fits your home or business needs. An experienced water heater technician will be able to use their knowledge and expertise to adjust the tank to the dimensions of your space.
Some of the common problems that arise with the installation of a new water heater include leaking radiators and broken water lines. If you feel that you have a leaking radiator, you should immediately call a water heater technician for advice. They are experts at diagnosing and repairing any damaged water heaters.
A water heater that is leaking will likely leak coolant down through the faucet. Before calling in a technician to repair the heater, try running some water down the pipe before calling a professional. If the pipes are clogged, then the thermostat may need to be replaced or adjusted.