Need a New Water Heater?
Millcreek Plumbing is a local, family owned company specializing in low cost energy efficient water heater repair and replacement. While most local plumbers are installing water heaters for between $1,500 and $2,500, Millcreek Plumbing will do a 40-gallon water heater install for $1,600. We that understand price, quality products, and superior workmanship all matter. We deliver on all three.
Water Heater Brands
We install and service all types and brands of water heaters. More expensive water heaters are often less costly to run than cheaper water heaters. You’ll want to consider both the initial price and the long-term costs of running your heater. When looking for a new water heater, keep in mind the money you spend now may well be an investment in your future (unless you are just wasting it on high priced providers).
Water Heater Types
Millcreek Plumbing installs both tank and tank-less hot water heating systems. Both can be fueled by natural gas, propane, electricity or solar energy. Tank based systems hold hot water in a storage tank and keep it hot until you use it. Tank-less or “on-demand” systems heat water on-demand, keeping energy costs down because water is heated only as it is needed. These systems also require less space than do traditional tanked water heaters.
Water Heater Repair and Replacement
Millcreek Plumbing repairs many types and brands of water heaters. If your water heater is beyond repair, we will replace it with the best available solution for your situation.
Matching your water heater capacity with your hot water requirements saves money and energy long term. We will help you size your system to meet the needs of your home or business. Small water heaters are generally going to be the most efficient. Look for a tank size that holds just enough water to meet your needs during the peak times of the day. Larger tanks heat more water that you do not use, wasting both fuel and money.
We Install and repair traditional tanked water heaters, and on-demand or tankless systems in both gas and electric models.