Hot Water Heater System Installation & Repairs in Keller TX and surrounding

Our licensed plumbing professionals can assist you with all your hot water heater installation and repair needs in Keller area.

Most of us give little thought to how hot water comes out of our pipes. It’s obvious that our hot water system has something to do with the process, but past that, it’s a mystery until something goes wrong.

At All Tarrant Plumbing, our licensed professionals can assist you with all your hot water system installations and repair needs, and are familiar with the wide range of hot water systems, including: gas, electric, hot water circulating systems, and instant hot water heater systems.

Hot Water Heater Systems:

Gas Water Heater Systems (click to read)

A natural gas water heater can lower your energy use from electric water heaters by as much as 50 percent, depending on fuel availability and costs. A gas burner at the bottom of the hot water tank heats the water, and carbon dioxide and water is vented out of your house through your home’s chimney or a side vent. While this is often a more costly option to install, the efficient operating costs can pay for the difference in installation costs.

Electric Water Heater Systems

Electric hot water systems heats water by large coils hanging down into the water tank, similar to the coils that heat an electric oven. This is a good option if your water demands are smaller, as electricity is more expensive than other fuel sources, and the units can be less fuel-efficient. Electric hot water systems are less expensive to install and require no venting or chimney.

Hot Water Circulating Systems

These systems work to conserve water while bringing you hot water quickly and efficiently. It functions exactly like the name says – pipes circulate hot water through pipes which keep the temperature of the water at an optimal heated temperature.

Instant Hot Water Systems

Instant hot water systems, also called “tankless” hot water heaters, provide hot water only as needed. Unlike the traditional tank system, water does not sit by heated on standby, which saves on energy costs. Pipes heat cold water directly.

A number of considerations should go into your choice of hot water system, including:

  • Cost and energy efficiency
  • What kind of fuel the system uses
  • How available that fuel is

  • The size of the system

Each of the options available through All Tarrant Plumbing is high quality, but you must evaluate your personal options to determine which system is best suited to your needs. A water heater can represent up to 15 percent of your home’s energy use, so this is an important decision.

Needing a trusted local company for your hot water heater repair and installation, call us today at 817-379-3032 or contact us.