Water Heater

Water Heaters

That relaxing shower at the end of the day begins with a high-functioning water heater. Though hot water is used daily for things like showering, cleaning dishes, or washing clothes, the unfortunate reality is that most homeowners don’t think about their water heater until it breaks down and needs to be replaced.

The average water heater has a lifespan of 8-12 years, but with proper maintenance you can be confident you’re getting the most out of the one in your home. Regularly servicing your water heater will help you avoid the dreaded cold shower, or worse…costly water damage.

With more than 20 years of serving the Greater Phoenix area under our belt, you can trust us to get the job done right. Our licensed technicians at Moon Valley Plumbing will help you choose the best model for your needs, and install it quickly and efficiently.

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Types of Water Heaters We Install & Service

Water heaters are not a one-size-fits-all piece of equipment. They can vary significantly based on individual needs and budgets. Unlike many other water heater installation companies in the Phoenix area, we proudly offer comprehensive services for a wide range of brands.

In addition to installation, we also provide servicing for our water heaters. This includes repairs, routine maintenance, and replacement. If you’re looking for a true one-stop-shop for all things water heaters, you’ve come to the right place!

Which Water Heater is Right for Your Home?

Choosing the wrong system for your home can lead to suboptimal performance or problems down the road, but installing the proper water heater should provide you with years of efficient operation.   Here are the primary options on the market today:

·       Traditional Gas Heaters – The most common type of water heater – gas heaters – are used in the majority of Phoenix homes. They are relatively affordable to purchase and install, store up to 50 gallons of water, and use natural gas as a heat source. Typically these will last 8-12 years. It’s important to note that not all parts of the valley have gas hookups, so this option might not be right for you.

·       Electric Water Heaters – Powered by electricity, these water heaters have the advantage of being able to heat your water faster than gas. Modern electric heaters are designed with energy efficiency in mind, and are a great choice for those looking to save money in the long run. 

·       Marathon Electric Water Heaters – Built to last, Marathon Electric Water Heaters come with a manufacturer lifetime tank warranty. Though they technically fall into the electric heater category, they don’t have anode rods. Anode rods attract corrosive elements and sediments in the water, which aids in preventing corrosion inside the tank. Another benefit is this type of heater requires less maintenance than traditional electric heaters.

·       Tankless Water Heaters – Tankless water heaters are an ideal choice for homes that have several people using kitchen systems and bathrooms simultaneously. They’re easily-stored, and best of all, they provide an endless flow of hot water whenever you need it. If you’re looking to take the phrase, “Don’t use all the hot water!” out of your life for good, this is the option for you.

We Service Traditional Water Heaters

Hot water essential to a number of everyday activities in your home. Our team is dedicated to keeping your water heater running, and can help when your system begins to fail.

There’s never a good time for your home to lose access to hot water – that’s why we offer 24/7 emergency services. Our expert plumbers are trained in traditional water heater servicing, installation, replacement, and routine maintenance.

Tankless Water Heater Service

Tankless water heaters have a number of advantages, the most significant being that you have endless hot water on-demand. If you have this option in your home, it’s crucial to remember that tankless heaters need regular maintenance to ensure consistent and efficient performance.

Moon Valley Plumbing has a staff of expert plumbers with experience installing and maintaining tankless water heater systems. They’re able to evaluate your needs and make recommendations based upon your household size and hot water demands. If necessary, we’re able to provide replacement services so households can get the hot water they need, when they need it.

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FAQ

What’s the Difference Between a Traditional Tank Water Heater & a Tankless Water Heater in Phoenix, AZ?

The most notable difference between traditional and tankless water heaters is the availability of hot water. A traditional water heater holds gallons of hot water in the tank, so hot water is readily available. A tankless heater heats the water on-demand, which can reduce energy costs over time. Tankless heaters are smaller than traditional tanks, and are considered a nice upgrade in most homes. If you’re considering making the switch to tankless, talk to experts and we’ll help you find out what’s best for your home and budget.

What Size Tankless Water Heater Does Your Home Need?

A tankless-style water heater unit is measured in gallons per minute in relation to the on-demand flow rate. This ranges from four to eight gallons per minute. The bigger the tank, the more expensive the individual unit and heating costs. The plumbing experts at Moon Valley Plumbing can help you choose the best water heater for your home, taking into account cost estimates for installation.

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Water Heater Installation & Service in Phoenix

Water heaters are often taken for granted, but they’re an important part of any Phoenix home. If you’re searching for routine maintenance, repair, or installation services, trust the professionals at Moon Valley Plumbing to provide exactly what you need. During our more than two decades serving the area, we’ve developed a reputation for quality work with quick turnarounds, and premier customer service to go with it.

We offer comprehensive services for all kinds of water heaters available in the market today, including traditional gas heating, electric heating, and tankless unit. Contact us today and we’ll help you find the right water heater for your home, and will provide an honest installation and cost estimate.