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Indianapolis Water Heater Installation

Even with a top-of-the-line unit, it is likely that you will need to replace your home’s water heater at some point in the future because the average water heater has a lifespan of just 8 to 12 years. When you need a new water heater, you will have many options to choose from with a number of factors to consider. Not only will you need to think about your budget, but you should also consider the energy-efficiency of the unit, hot water demand for your home, maintenance needs of the unit, and fuel type cost and availability. By calling ARS® / Rescue Rooter® for water heater installation in Indianapolis, you can rest assured that you will get the best water heater for your home installed by an experienced professional technician who can also offer ongoing maintenance services to extend the life of the unit.

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Your Choices for a New Water Heater in Indianapolis

Before you start looking at individual water heater models, there are some basic parameters to think about that will help you narrow your search.

  • Fuel Source – There are gas, electric, and solar water heaters available, and each will offer optimal energy efficiency with new models following the standards announced by the Department of Energy in 2015. Gas heaters are most common, though solar water heaters are increasing in popularity. Solar heaters will have a higher upfront cost, but they will continue to deliver savings on your home’s energy costs for years to come.
  • Tank Size and Design – Water heater tanks generally hold anywhere from 20 to 80 gallons of water, and the right size will depend on the demand of your home. To understand how much hot water your home needs, you should think about the size of your current tank and whether or not it regularly delivers enough hot water to your household. Alternatively, you might opt for a tankless water heater, which increases energy efficiency by eliminating the storage tank in the design of the unit.


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Benefits of Purchasing a New Water Heater

If your current water heater has not quite reached the end of its life expectancy but is in need of significant repairs, you might weigh the pros and cons of repairs over replacement. By choosing to replace the unit sooner rather than later, you can begin to enjoy energy savings right away and have a unit that is covered by warranty should the need for repairs arise. To find an extensive selection of water heaters with a free in-home quote in Indianapolis, call ARS® / Rescue Rooter® Indianapolis today at (317) 390-5555.

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