Installation & Replacement

Austin Water heater Installation & Replacement

Quality Plumbing Solutions for Your Home or Business

At Daniel’s Plumbing & Air Conditioning, we understand the importance of a properly installed water heater for the comfort and convenience of your home. Our team of skilled technicians is trained to handle all types of water heaters, including traditional tank-style heaters and tankless models. We take pride in our attention to detail, ensuring that your new water heater is installed safely and efficiently.

From assessing your home's hot water needs to selecting the right size and type of water heater, our experts will guide you through every step of the installation process. We use only high-quality materials and equipment to ensure long-lasting performance and reliability.


Call (512) 456-3570 for water heating installation services.


Efficient Replacement Solutions

Is your old water heater on its last legs? It might be time for a replacement. Daniel’s Plumbing & Air Conditioning offers efficient water heater replacement services to upgrade your home's hot water system. Our team will carefully remove your old water heater and install a new, energy-efficient model that meets your needs and budget.

Signs You Need a New Water Heater

Signs that it might be time to replace your water heater:

  • Age of the Water Heater: Traditional tank-style water heaters generally last 10-15 years. If your unit approaches or exceeds this lifespan, it's prudent to consider replacement, even if it still functions.
  • Rusty or Discolored Water: The presence of rusty or discolored water from taps suggests corrosion within the tank, indicating potential tank deterioration and future leaks.
  • Unusual Noises: Strange sounds such as popping, banging, or rumbling from the water heater often signal sediment buildup inside the tank, which can lead to reduced efficiency and tank damage over time.
  • Leaks or Moisture: Visible leaks or moisture around the base of the water heater indicate potential tank or component issues, potentially causing water damage and mold growth if ignored.
  • Inconsistent Hot Water: Difficulty in maintaining a consistent hot water supply or frequent temperature fluctuations may indicate internal issues within the water heater that require attention.
  • Increased Energy Bills: Aging water heaters lose efficiency, resulting in higher energy bills. Significant increases in utility costs without a corresponding increase in usage could point to a failing water heater.
  • Frequent Repairs: If you find yourself frequently needing repairs or encountering recurring issues with your water heater, it may be more cost-effective to invest in a new unit rather than continue repairs on an aging system.

Observing these signs and consulting with a professional plumber can help assess the condition of your water heater and determine if replacement is necessary.

The Benefits of Upgrading a Water Heater

  • Energy Efficiency: Newer water heaters, especially tankless models, are more energy-efficient, leading to lower energy bills and reduced environmental impact.
  • Cost Savings: Despite initial investment, long-term savings in energy costs and potential repair expenses can outweigh upfront costs, with potential utility rebates available.
  • Continuous Hot Water Supply: Tankless water heaters provide an uninterrupted flow of hot water, ideal for larger households or high-demand situations.
  • Space Savings: Compact tankless water heaters free up space in your home compared to bulky tank-style units, offering more flexibility in installation.
  • Longer Lifespan: Tankless water heaters can last up to 20 years or more with proper maintenance, reducing the need for frequent replacements.

Call (512) 456-3570 today to request an estimate.


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