We provide service to residential homes as well as commercial establishments for water heaters in Denver. The functionality of a water heater for these two realms differs tremendously. The water heater needs of a residential home vary depending on the size of the family, number of bathrooms, and day to day habits. The needs of a commercial establishment, on the other hand, usually vary due to the nature of business. We provide professional solutions for both.
Natural Gas and Electric Water Heaters
The conventional gas and electric water heaters that Denver residents prefer are actually very similar and differ only in their method of heating. Natural gas water heaters have gas burners for the heating elements while electric water heaters have electrical heating elements. The most common models are 40 or 50 gallons tanks. The water is heated to 120 to 140 degrees and held in the insulated steel storage tank. It is continuously reheated to the temperature setting until it gets used.
An annual flush of these units to remove sediment is recommended and should be done by a licensed plumber. If you decide not to have it done by a licensed plumber, be sure to take all the proper safety precautions with the gas and electrical connections.
A permit is almost always required for a new water heater. We will pull the permit and provide you with the information you need for the inspection. Every municipality has unique procedures and guidelines. We will help make this process as simple as possible.
We realize that the permit process can be an inconvenience; however, this process is in place for your safety and protection. This will ensure that the water heater was properly installed by a licensed plumber or company.
We Install or Service the Following Brands:
Bradford White, Rinnai, Rheem, AO Smith, State, Whirlpool, Tagaki, Paloma, and Intertherm.