Water Heaters

WaterHeaterExperts.com are Charlotte’s authority in all forms of water heater systems. We offer the best repair and installation services in the area and are fully licensed and insured to install any type of water heater.

Water Heaters

WaterHeaterExperts.com are Charlotte’s authority in all forms of water heater systems. We offer the best repair and installation services in the area and are fully licensed and insured to install any type of water heater.

and meet one of our punctual, professional plumbers today.

and meet one of our punctual, professional plumbers today.

If your current hot water system is 8 years old

and you are experiencing any of the following issues, it may be time to get a new water heater:

You no longer have enough hot water to get your family through the day

Your current hot water tank is leaking water

You notice corrosion on your hot water heater

Water has discolored

You Hear a Popping or Crackling Noise

You no longer have enough hot water to get your family through the day

Your current hot water tank is leaking water

You notice corrosion on your hot water heater

Water has discolored

You Hear a Popping or Crackling Noise

If your current hot water system is 8 years old

and you are experiencing any of the following issues, it may be time to get a new water heater:

You no longer have enough hot water to get your family through the day

Your current hot water tank is leaking water

You notice corrosion on your hot water heater

Water has discolored

You Hear a Popping or Crackling Noise

let us

check your current hot water system. We will answer openly and honestly about whether your tank can be repaired or needs to be replaced.

Every home is unique and therefore has its own specialized water heating needs. That is why WaterHeaterExperts.com offers free estimates on all water heater installations. You are guaranteed an on-site, detailed, written quote offering repair and replacement options.

Every home is unique and therefore has its own specialized water heating needs. That is why WaterHeaterExperts.com offers free estimates on all water heater installations. You are guaranteed an on-site, detailed, written quote offering repair and replacement options.

Water Heater Sizes

Water heaters are rated by their gallon capacity and typically come in the following sizes:

40-gallon water heater

50-gallon water heater

66-gallon water heater

75-gallon water heater

80-gallon water heater

120-gallon water heater

Water Heater Sizes

Water heaters are rated by their gallon capacity and typically come in the following sizes:

40-gallon water heater

50-gallon water heater

66-gallon water heater

75-gallon water heater

80-gallon water heater

120-gallon water heater

the size you need

The size you need is dictated by your daily water consumption needs. We will be able to advise you, based upon your family size what size water heater will be right for your home. If you are constantly running out of hot water, now would be the time to change out for a larger capacity unit.

Recirculation

If the time it takes to get hot water bothers you, a re-circulation system may be for you. A hot water re-circulation system can ensure that you get hot water to every hot water fixture within about 10 seconds. We offer two types of re-circulation systems

Retro-fit System: This system places a pump on top of the cold side of the water heater and will plug into a receptacle nearby. It will also have a crossover tee that will be placed at the sink furthest away from the water heater. This will create a hot water loop throughout the whole home utilizing the cold waterline. It also utilizes a timer which allows you to set a schedule for the pump to run to optimize longevity

Dedicated System: This type of re-circulation system is more expensive and requires having an open basement or a crawlspace. A 3/4” waterline will be run from the furthest fixture of the home and will tie in to every hot water tap inside the home or to every bathroom group. When this dedicated line ties in to the hot water tap, it will tie in within 6ft of the fixture itself. The whole re-circulation line must also be insulated according to code and to help maximize energy effeciency. A pump will be added close to the water heater with an aqua-stat to optimize the run time of the pump.

Recirculation

If the time it takes to get hot water bothers you, a re-circulation system may be for you. A hot water re-circulation system can ensure that you get hot water to every hot water fixture within about 10 seconds. We offer two types of re-circulation systems

Retro-fit System: This system places a pump on top of the cold side of the water heater and will plug into a receptacle nearby. It will also have a crossover tee that will be placed at the sink furthest away from the water heater. This will create a hot water loop throughout the whole home utilizing the cold waterline. It also utilizes a timer which allows you to set a schedule for the pump to run to optimize longevity

Dedicated System: This type of re-circulation system is more expensive and requires having an open basement or a crawlspace. A 3/4” waterline will be run from the furthest fixture of the home and will tie in to every hot water tap inside the home or to every bathroom group. When this dedicated line ties in to the hot water tap, it will tie in within 6ft of the fixture itself. The whole re-circulation line must also be insulated according to code and to help maximize energy effeciency. A pump will be added close to the water heater with an aqua-stat to optimize the run time of the pump.

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