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Getting the Cold Shoulder from a Hot Water Heater?

You Can Trust the Cornerstone Pros With Repairs or Replacements

The simple joy of a warm shower is a luxury most folks take for granted. People find out in a hurry, though, how much they value it when something goes wrong with their water heater.

We know how stressful home improvement projects can get, but rest assured with the knowledge our experienced team is here to help you. They have the tools and skillset to inspect your water heater and diagnose the problem. In these cases, it’s our goal to provide flawless hot water heater repairs so families around Tampa can avoid higher installation costs. Common problems we fix all the time include faulty thermostats, bad pilot lights and dirty equipment. Our region has hard water, so we also find that our systems often need to be flushed out to clear mineral deposits that have built up.

Keeping up with repairs and maintenance can prolong the life of your water heater. Traditional systems tend to last about 8 to 10 years, but routine flushing and maintenance can prolong their lifespans by years.

Tankless or Traditional?

If your system is beyond repair, we’re ready to assist with installing a new unit. In the past, people just needed to decide how big of a water tank they needed. But today, homeowners have the choice between traditional and tankless models. Each comes with its own pros and cons. The experts at Cornerstone Pros can help you weigh your options and pick the style that best fits your needs.

Traditional systems are the tried-and-true method, and big households may still prefer them. They store and heat large amounts of water at all times, so they won’t be stretched to their limits at periods of high demand. If your household is using a shower, dishwasher and washing machine at the same time, a traditional water heater may be the best fit.

By contrast, tankless systems heat and deliver hot water as needed. Because they don’t hold water for long periods of time, they’re less prone to damaging leaks. They’re also far more energy efficient and allow you to cut down on your utility bills. The main downside is a limit to how much hot water they can produce at once, but smaller households typically don’t run into that issue. They’re also more expensive to install, though the energy savings can defray the overall cost.

Both models work well, though one may be a better fit for your family. However, there is a clear choice for which company you should pick to handle water heater replacements around Tampa. Our family-owned business has been serving the region for more than 16 years. Our great customer service and our ability to resolve plumbing, HVAC and electrical needs has made us the go-to choice for home improvement needs.

Are you encountering issues with your water heater? Schedule an appointment through our website or by calling 727.295.3099.