Livermore Residential Water Heater Installation
There’s no question about it—you’ve got to be able to heat your home somehow. When it comes to choosing gas or electric water heaters, Livermore homeowners often have a difficult time weighing the pros and cons.
It’s true, there is a lot to consider on the topic of residential water heater installation. Luckily for you, you’ve got Nextgen Electric just a phone call away to help you out from purchase to installation and beyond.
Our crew of certified electricians have years of experience in the industry, making us qualified to carry out successful and safe installations on every job. Give us a call today to find out more!
Choosing Your Water Heater
Classic storage and demand-type tank water heaters, tankless heaters, and heat pumps. There isn’t just one option involved in choosing the best electric water heater for your home!
Nextgen Electric works will all three of these heating options, and are able to assess which is going to be best for your home, based on your heating needs as well as your budget.
Storage water heaters
Storage water heaters heat water within a tank using an electrical element, and then store this water for use in your heating system. They are always full! This system is the most popular heating system around and is found in most Livermore homes.
Tankless/demand water heaters
Tankless water heaters heat water the way storage water heaters do, but only when required. This water then flows through pipes to heat your home and supply water to your faucets. On-demand water heaters ensure you’re not using up any hot water when it’s not necessary, making them an eco-friendly option.
Heat pumps use thermal energy rather than work with water. They take air from a cold space, and pump it into a warmer space resulting in spontaneous heat transfer. These heaters can also be used for air conditioning!
So, how do you decide on tank, heat pump, or tankless water heater installation? That all depends on your investment in staying green, and of course, your budget. When working with any technician at Nextgen Electric, you’ll receive the best advice on which direction to take!
Water Heater Installation Cost
If hot water tank installation costs are your determining factor for which heater you’re going to choose, the classic tank option is going to set you back the least. Sitting at an average of $889 compared to the average $3,000 of the tankless option, you’ll be saving big with this option.
Warm Homes Faster
Nextgen Electric can install your new water heater in two to three hours. Efficiency is our goal on every job. This applies to installation time as well as wait time. We’ll never make you hang around at home for hours waiting for us to show up!
Client satisfaction is important to us, meaning we don’t leave any job until you are 100% happy with the work we’ve done!
Offering competitive pricing and safe installations all done by certified electricians, you can’t go wrong when you hire Nextgen Electric for your heating installation in Livermore.