Isley’s Home Service installs, repairs and maintains your water heaters so you have hot water when you need it. Call us at 480-422-5949 if it’s time to replace your unit or if you’ve got an emergency plumbing repair. Learn more below about buying, maintaining and repairing hot water heaters.
We never realize how much we rely on hot water until we don’t have it. Today’s hot water heaters are built to last about 10 years, and the better you take care of yours, the longer it will last. Isley’s has numerous options for delivering hot water into your bathrooms and kitchens:
Isley’s will come to your home to give you an estimate for a water heater that’s right for your lifestyle and property. We take several things into consideration including:
The best water heater for your property will depend on how much you use it, the size of your property and a number of other factors. We offer several types of water heaters.
These are also called “demand water heaters” and “instantaneous” because they heat water immediately, without using a storage tank. These water heaters cost more initially, but their operation costs are lower because they don’t have to maintain a tank of water. They also tend to last longer – more than 20 years.
Heat pump water heaters use heat from the air, ground or outside water sources to heat the water in your property. They also cool and dehumidify the air inside your house as they remove the heat, which is a great feature for hot Arizona garages. Heat pumps can be added on to existing water heaters, or they can be purchased as an integrated unit. They tend to cost more than traditional water heaters, but their operating costs are significantly lower.
Also known as storage water heaters, these units are powered by gas, electric or propane. They are the most common type of water heater in Arizona. They cost less than tank-less and heat pump models, but their operating costs are more because they run and maintain the entire tank’s capacity at constant hot water temperature.
Call Isley’s at 480-422-5949 to schedule a technician to visit your property for a water heater consultation.