Your home's water heater is under a ton of stress almost every day—it's used daily, multiple times a day, and it's very rare that it's ever fully shut off.
When you couple that with the fact that your water heater is made up of several small parts that all need to work together in order for it to function properly, it's easy to see why you need so many repairs and so much maintenance for your Wichita home's water heater.
Predicting when a serious problem might occur with your water heater is almost impossible, so it's very important that you take care of problems of any size as soon as possible. If you notice any problems with your water heater, call the professionals at Ball Heating & Air Conditioning immediately for repairs. We'll help you ensure that your water heater is always in great condition and running as efficiently as possible.
Water Heater Repairs
When you need to have your Wichita home's water heater repaired, it's very important that you have the issue solved as soon as possible. Waiting to have any repairs done will only mean that they're more complicated and more expensive when you do finally have them taken care of. The best way to make sure your water heater is getting the repairs it needs is to have regular tune-ups performed.
Water Heater Replacement
The average water heater will last for around ten years of constant use before it needs to be replaced. That length of time, though, is dependent on the repairs and maintenance that the appliance receives. After it's been used for around five years, you should begin paying closer attention to it and considering whether or not you'll need to replace it soon.
Our professional heating contractors can let you know whether you need to replace your water heater, how soon you'll need to replace it, or if repairs can fix any problems you encounter. When you do need to have the unit replaced, our professional heating and cooling contractors can handle the job from start to finish.
Geothermal Water Heating
If you have geothermal system installed at you Wichita home, it can be used to make your heating more efficient, boost your cooling system, and even to help out with water heating. In fact, using your geothermal system to heat water can help make the geothermal system itself more efficient. As efficient as geothermal heat pumps are, there is a small amount of heat produced by the pump that is not used to heat your home, and using that heat to heat water is a great way to make your entire home more efficient.
The professionals at Ball Heating & Air Conditioning can help you install and maintain a geothermal water heating system.