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If it’s time to install a water heater, our technicians provide commercial and residential installations on all conventional water heater models.

If it’s time for a new water heater, give us a call at (314) 607-1126, and we’ll provide you with a free estimate, and schedule a time to come out when it’s convenient. Our plumbing technicians provide recommendations based on what’s best suites your home. Afterwards, we help you order the water heater of choice, and make the installation.

Sometimes, water heaters just stop working due to old age or lack of maintenance. Most last up to 10 years with proper maintenance. In some cases, installing a new water heater can be cheaper than repairing a conventional water heater.

Advantages of Installing a Conventional Water Heater

Although installing a tankless water heater has its benefits, conventional water heaters can also be a good option for your home. Of course, this almost always depends on your home, utilities, and water usage, but here’s why most people choose to go with a conventional water heater.

  • Affordability – Tank (conventional) water heaters are more affordable to install, which is why they’re the most popular decision for home and business owners.
  • Variety – Depending on your needs, tank water heaters hold between 30 – 80 gallons. Household of 1 – 2 people can usually get away with a tank size of 40 – 40 gallons.

Because of their ease of installation, conventional water heaters are affordable. On average, the cost 50% less to install than tankless water heaters, which can quickly become pricey to purchase and install.

Choosing Conventional Water Heater Tank Sizes

20 - 30 Gallon Tank
With a household size of 1 – 2 people, it’s common to have a 20 – 30 gallon water heater tank.
30 - 40 Gallon Tank

With a household size of 3 people, a 30 – 40 Gallon tank will normally suffice, depending on daily routines.

40 - 50 Gallon Tank

Water heaters with 40 – 50 gallon tanks fall within family sizes of four.

50 - 60 Gallon Tank

Water heaters that have a 50-60 gallon tank are usually the ideal option for family sizes of 5.

60+ Gallon Tank

Family sizes of 6 or more will likely have to consider water heaters with a minimum tank size of 60 gallons.

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