Tankless Water Heater Installation in Dublin, CA
Moore Mechanical Heating & Air Conditioning provides full tankless water heater services throughout Dublin and the surrounding East Bay areas. Whether your water heater needs a repair, replacement, or annual maintenance, our team of professionals can help you select the best, most efficient system for your needs. Our technicians specialize in repairing and installing all makes and models of tankless water heaters.
Do you need water heater installation in Dublin, CA? If so, contact Moore Mechanical by calling 925-307-6479 today! We also offer water heater repair and maintenance throughout the East Bay.
How Does a Tankless Water Heater Work?
Tankless water heaters will heat the water you need, when you need it. When you invest in this energy-efficient home solution, you are no longer limited to the amount of hot water you can use in any given day! While a traditional heater can only supply you with as much hot water as the tank can hold, a tankless unit is able to heat an unlimited supply of water for your every need. Whether you are washing the dishes, running the washing machine, or drawing a hot bath, tankless water heaters will supply endless hot water to meet your lifestyle demands, even if you do them all at once!
With a tankless system, you will be able to cut back on your utility bills by paying only for the hot water you use, instead of the amount of water heated in an oversized tank. Are ready to make the switch over to a more efficient water heater?
Learn more about our tankless services and schedule water heater installation in Dublin or a surrounding East Bay city today!
What Are the Benefits of a Tankless Hot Water Heater?
Why are so many homeowners making the switch over to a tankless system? These energy-efficient units offer a wide range of benefits allowing you to:
- Lower your energy bills – Save up to 40 percent on energy bills with your new tankless heater. These systems are designed to be highly efficient and only heat water as needed – a revolutionary advantage over tank style heaters.
- Save space – Traditional tanks can take up to 16 square feet of valuable floor space. While tankless water heaters are about the size of a carry-on suitcase, they can be installed on virtually any wall on the interior or exterior of your home.
- Experience clean, fresh water – Traditional tank-style water heaters can build up rust inside their tank, making your water usage an unpleasant experience. Now you can experience fresh, clean water that is heated on demand with a tankless unit.
Call Moore Mechanical today by dialing 925-307-6479 to learn how a tankless system could benefit your East Bay home. Schedule water heater installation in Dublin or another city in the East Bay today!
Water Heater Services for Dublin Homes
To provide quality water solutions for all homes in the Dublin area, our team of certified professionals has the expertise needed to take on any water heating project. We offer a wide range of water heater services for homes and commercial properties including:
- Tankless water heater repair
- Tankless water heater installation
- Tankless water heater replacement
- Tankless water heater maintenance
- Traditional tank style water heater services
Schedule Your Tankless Water Heater Service
When you need a quality HVAC repair or installation, you can count on the team at Moore Mechanical to handle all of your requests. Our company has been providing the East Bay area with quality heating and cooling solutions for over 30 years!
Contact us today to schedule your service or water heater installation in Dublin, CA!
We provide tankless water heater installations and repairs throughout the following East Bay areas:
Alameda, Berkeley, Brentwood, Concord, Dublin, Fremont, Hayward, Livermore, Pleasanton, Walnut Creek, Dougherty, Asco, San Ramon, Tassajara, Brookshire, Fairview, San Leandro, Oakland, Danville, Castro Valley, and more!
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Conventional Tank Water Heaters
Tank style water heaters are the most popular type of water heating system for the home. Moore Mechanical Heating and Air Conditioning is here to provide you with all you need for servicing and maintaining your homes water heater. If your water heater stops working, needs to be maintained or if you are in the market for a new water heater, we can help you select the best, most efficient system for your needs.
How Do Water Heaters Work?
A single-family tank style water heater offers a ready reservoir—from 30 to 100 gallons—of hot water. It operates by releasing hot water from the top of the tank when you turn on the hot water tap. To replace that hot water, cold water enters the bottom of the tank, ensuring that the tank is always full. Conventional storage water heater fuel sources include natural gas, propane, fuel oil, and electricity. Natural gas and propane water heaters basically operate the same. A gas burner under the tank heats the water. A thermostat opens the gas valve as the water temperature falls. The valve closes when the temperature rises to the thermostat’s setpoint. Electric water heaters have one or two electric elements, each with its own thermostat. With two electric elements, a standby element at the bottom of the tank maintains the minimum thermostat setting while the upper demand element provides hot water recovery when demand heightens.
New Water Heater Installation in Dublin, CA
Moore Mechanical offers the installation or replacement of conventional tank water heaters. Our technicians will remove and dispose of the old water heater and install a new water heater including flex lines, safety drain pan, and a code approved earthquake strap. All of our water heaters meet California code requirements and are available with up to 10 year warranties.
Water Heater Maintenance
Periodic water heater maintenance can significantly extend your water heater’s life and minimize loss of efficiency. Routine maintenance for storage water heaters, depending on what type/model you have, may include:
- Flushing a quart of water from the storage tank every three months
- Checking the temperature and pressure valve every six months
- Inspecting the anode rod every three to four years