Water Heater System
A water heater is one of the most important components of your home. These systems provide constant hot water to your sinks, toilets, and showers. Bonded Mechanical has been providing high quality water heater repairs, maintenance and replacement for over 20 years in Suffolk County and surrounding areas. Contact us today to get a quote on your water heater system.
If you are looking for a heater replacement or water heater service in Suffolk County then you should contact the experts at Bonded Mechanical for a quote on getting your water heater replaced.
Types of Water Heaters we Install in Suffolk County
Tank Water Heater: A tank water heater is a more traditional system where the water is heated and stored. This means the size of the tank determines how much water is stored for use. As a water reservoir, occasional cleaning is pertinent to prolonging the life of your tank. At Bonded Mechanical, our technicians are ready to service your tank water heater routinely with a simple phone call.
Tankless Water Heater: Tankless water heating is a newer type of water heater which heats the water when you need it. Such a system provides an unlimited hot water supply for a determined amount of bathrooms.
Types of Tank Water Heaters (Gas & Electric)
- Rheem performance Tall 6-Year Natural Gas Tank Water Heater
- Rheem Commercial Universal Heavy Duty 100 Gal. 199.9K BTU Ultra Low NOx (ULN) Natural Gas Tank Water Heater
- Sure Comfort Tall 3 Year Natural Gas Tank Water Heater
- John Wood. Tall Residential Oil-Fired Rear Flue Tank Water Heater Only (Burner Sold Separately)
- Rheem Performance Platinum 10-Year Hybrid High Efficiency Smart Tank Electric Water Heater
Types of Tankless Water Heaters (Gas & Electric)
- Performance Platinum 9.5 GPM Natural Gas High Efficiency Indoor Tankless Water Heater
- Rheem Performance 36 kw Self-Modulating 7.03 GPM Tankless Electric Water Heater
- Rheem Performance Platinum 11 GPM Natural Gas High Efficiency Indoor Recirculating Tankless Water Heater
What are the Common Water Heater Problems?
- Water Temperature Issues: The most frequent issue that develops with water heaters is temperature regulation is off, where the water is either too cold or extremely hot.
- Water Heater Leak: There are a number of reasons a tank may be leaking such as a faulty temperature relief valve, overheating, adhered valve, a bad gasket and a crack in the actual tank.
- Discolored Water: Rusty colored water could indicate corrosion on the inside of the tank.
- Odd Noise: Sediment build-up is most often the cause of odd noises coming from your water heater. To fix this may be as simple as flushing the water heater out completely.