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Water Heater Replacement Services in Monmouth County, NJ

Belmar Plumbing  & Heating provides expert hot water heater replacement services in Monmouth County, NJ, to help ensure your home’s water heating system is always in peak condition and running efficiently. We understand that selecting the right hot water heater can be a daunting task, so our team of highly-trained professionals is here to provide you with all the guidance and advice you need to make sure that you get the best system for your home. We offer a variety of units for all types of homes, including tankless water heaters that provide hot water on demand.

From reviewing your current utility bills and energy efficiency needs to exploring different styles and brands, Belmar Plumbing & Heating will help you find the ideal replacement water heater for your home. Our experts strive for excellence in every job, guaranteeing top-quality results that you can count on for years to come.

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NJ’s Trusted Team for Water Heater Installation Services

Belmar Plumbing & Heating is the team Monmouth County, NJ, trusts for water heater replacement services. We are available for hot water heater installation work in the following locations in New Jersey:

Signs You Need a New Water Heater

Are you in need of new water heater installation services? To ensure proper operation of your hot water heater, it’s important to look for signs that your unit is no longer as efficient or effective as it once was. Here are a few signs that indicate it might be time for a new water heater:

  • Water takes longer to heat up than usual
  • Rust-colored water is coming from your taps
  • Unusual banging, rumbling, or popping noises are coming from the hot water heater tank
  • Water temperature is uneven and inconsistent
  • Leaks have appeared around the hot water heater
  • Your current water heater is older than 8-10 years
  • Your unit is not Energy Star rated or certified as energy efficient
  • You are interested in a tankless water heater unit
  • You’ve attempted water heater repair, but problems continue occurring

If any of these issues seem familiar, don’t keep dealing with that inefficient unit. Call on us for water heater replacement services in Monmouth County, NJ, and enjoy your showers again!

What is the Average Lifespan of a Water Heater?

One of the most common questions we receive while performing water heater replacement services in Monmouth County, NJ, is, “How long will my new unit last?” As much as we wish our hot water heaters lasted forever, all water heaters have a service lifespan. This is because the water heater tank eventually becomes worn down from continuous use. Since it is often more cost-effective to purchase a replacement water heater than continue attempting repairs to the water storage tank, our hot water heater installers often recommend hot water heater replacement rather than repair. The average amount of time you can expect your hot water heater to continue running efficiently is around 8-10 years, although some tankless water heaters can last up to 15 years. Speak with our team for an estimate today if you’re interested in one of our Energy Star-rated tankless water heaters!
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How to Select a New Hot Water Heater

Selecting a new water heater is a significant decision that can impact your home’s comfort and energy consumption. For this reason, it pays to do your research ahead of time. Before buying a new system, consider the following factors:
  • Fuel Type: Decide between gas and electric water heaters based on your energy source and preferences.
  • Tankless or Traditional: Consider whether a tankless water heater or a traditional one suits your needs better.
  • Size: Determine the appropriate size to ensure it can meet your household’s hot water demands.
  • Energy Efficiency: Check the Energy Factor (EF) to gauge the water heater’s energy efficiency.
  • Installation Location: Identify the best place in your home to install the new system.
When you schedule water heater services with our experts, we will help you determine if replacement is the best option and then help you narrow down your options to the best unit. We will never push unnecessary services or units outside of your price range. We are here to help you make the best decision based on your needs and budget.

Call Our Hot Water Heater Installers Today!

You deserve a hot water heater that you can depend on. If your current water heater isn’t doing the job, invest in energy-efficient water heater replacement services from our Monmouth County, NJ, pros and reap the benefits of lower utility bills and hot water on demand! To schedule hot water heater replacement or installation services in Manasquan, Belmar, Long Branch, Asbury Park, Freehold, Brick Township, Wall Township, Tinton Falls, and Colts Neck, NJ, contact our water heater experts today. We’re looking forward to working with you.

Have Questions About Water Heaters? We Have the Answers!

When deciding between tankless and traditional water heaters, it’s helpful to weigh the pros and cons of each option. Traditional water heaters store and heat water in a tank, providing a steady supply of hot water until all of the water is used up. On the other hand, tankless water heaters heat water on demand, offering energy savings but potentially providing limited hot water output for simultaneous use. Our team can help you consider your household’s hot water needs and energy consumption habits when choosing a new unit.

The primary difference between an electric and gas water heater is their energy source. Electric water heaters use electricity to heat water, while gas water heaters rely on natural gas or propane. Gas water heaters tend to have faster recovery times and may be more cost-effective in regions with lower natural gas prices. However, electric water heaters can be more energy-efficient in some cases. The choice between them should align with your energy source and local utility costs.

Selecting the right size water heater ensures you have an adequate supply of hot water without wasting energy. The size you need depends on your household’s hot water usage. Consider factors such as the number of people in your home, your daily hot water demands, and the water heater’s recovery rate. Our water heater experts can help you determine the best size for your household.

Typically, water heaters are installed in utility rooms, basements, garages, or dedicated closets. Ensure the area is well-ventilated, accessible for maintenance, and meets local building codes and safety standards.

The Energy Factor (EF) measures how effectively the unit converts energy into hot water and accounts for standby heat loss. A higher EF rating signifies a more energy-efficient water heater, which can lead to reduced operating costs over time.

To find out, locate the manufacturer’s label. The label often contains the manufacturing date, which can help you assess whether it’s time to replace the unit. You can also use the unit’s serial number to determine how old it is.

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