Water Heater Installation St Charles
Water heaters often last a long time, which can make it somewhat overwhelming for homeowners when the time comes to replace them. When considering a water heater installation contractor, you will want to make sure they are providing you good information on up-to-date models and are licensed and qualified for the job. Superior specializes in water heater installation throughout St Charles County and offers a variety of different options to meet your home’s specifications. To schedule a free water heater replacement estimate, give us a call at (636) 926-0000.
Trusted and Licensed Water Heater Contractor in St Charles County
There is much more to a water heater than just the tank and heating component. When replacing a water heater, you are working with electrical lines, fuel supplies, and plumbing. During the installation process, there can be many unique challenges encountered depending on your current setup. These challenges can oftentimes require special tools and experience to identify and execute the correct solution. Our team of water heater installers are trained and licensed to address these ‘speed bumps’ in a timely and efficient manner. Schedule a free quote today for your water heater installation by calling us at (636) 926-0000.
Water Heater Replacement Services
An efficient and consistent hot water supply is vital to home comfort. Cold showers, high energy bills, or leaky equipment can be a big strain on a family's day-to-day life. At Superior, we aim to offer water heater replacement services that are easy and affordable for St Charles County homeowners. No matter what type of water heater you are looking to have installed or replaced.
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Gas Water Heater Installation
Gas water heaters are very common throughout homes in St Charles, MO. While they can be slightly more expensive upfront, most baseline gas water heaters are usually less expensive to operate on a monthly basis compared to baseline electric water heaters. Especially in Missouri where the price of natural gas tends to be less than the national average. To schedule a free estimate on a new gas water heater installation, call us today at (636) 926-0000.
Electric Water Heater Installation
While most baseline gas water heaters usually operate at fewer energy costs, there are some electric water heaters that carry a high efficiency. The efficiency of a water heater is graded by its energy factor, commonly referred to as its ‘EF’ rating. This metric measures the volume of heated water produced per day compared to the amount of fuel required to heat the water. The higher the EF is on a water heater, the more energy-efficient the water heater.
This is important to note because as technology continues to produce higher efficiency equipment, we are starting to see higher EF scores on electric water heaters. If you live in an area that does not have access to natural gas or prefer to have electric appliances, there are still high-efficiency options for electric water heater installations. To schedule a free electric water heater replacement estimate, call our office today at (636) 926-0000.
Areas We Install and Replace Water Heaters
Augusta | Dardenne Prairie | Defiance | Foristell | Innsbrook | Lake St Louis | Marthasville | Moscow Mills | New Melle | O’Fallon | Old Monroe | St Charles | St Paul | St Peters | Troy | Warrenton | Weldon Springs | Wentzville | Winfield | Wright City
Energy Saving Tip For Home Water Heaters
When it comes to lowering your home’s energy usage, hot water heaters are often not very energy efficient. Most homes throughout St Charles County use conventional storage water heaters. These water heaters are designed to warm the water and keep it stored within the tank. However, over time, the water will begin to cool, making your water heater burner kick back on to maintain the temperature, thereby costing you more in energy consumption. This process is referred to as “Standby heat loss.”
Decreasing The Temperature On Your Water Heater
An easy way to decrease the energy usage of the water heater is by turning down the temperature at which the water heater maintains the water at. Almost every new water is set at 140 degrees as their preset configuration. The rule of thumb is for every 10 degrees you decrease the temperature on a water heater, you will save an estimated 3-5% in energy. By decreasing your temperature to 120 degrees (temperature recommended by the Department of Energy), you can save an estimated 5-10% in energy costs!