The House of Water Heaters
Water Heater Failure in Denver
Water heaters replacement is commonplace in Denver because our cold water causes tank failure. Cold water forms condensation on the walls of steel storage tanks, which is slightly acidic. Over time, the condensation etches into the wall of the steel container. In about ten years, the etching weakens the walls of a water tank until it fails. Bill Smith Plumbing & Heating recommends checking on the age of your water heater. If it’s close to ten years or older, then your water heater needs to be inspected annually to keep your home safe. For those ready for a new water heater, be sure to use the Water Heater Replacement Coupon below.
Need A New Water Heater?
In the market for a new water heater? Why not call a professional plumbing & heating company who is known as the House of Water Heaters? Our founder, Bill Smith, gave us the nicknamed in 1956, and the rest is history. We help homeowners select the right water heater based on their lifestyle, hot water use, and budget. Once installed, Bill Smith Plumbing & Heating assists homeowners to apply for Xcel rebates for high-efficiency water heaters. We are licensed, insured, and an A+ BBB rated business! We start taking service calls at 8 a.m. and are open Monday – Friday. Please click here to fill out a request service form or call us at 303-781-7856 for an appointment.
Water Heater Replacement
If your Denver home is 10 years old or older, it is time to replace the water heater. Click below for a $100-off-water-heater-replacement coupon.
The House of Water Heaters
Bill Smith Plumbing & Heating is a locally owned, value-priced plumbing company in business since 1956 with an A+ BBB Accredited Business rating. We are known as the “No Gimmicks Plumber” and “House of Water Heaters” in Denver. We earned these nicknames because we deliver quality services at a fair price. Besides water heater installation, we offer the following additional services:
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Energy Efficient Water Heaters
Bill Smith Plumbing & Heating recommends installing energy-efficient water heaters. Since 2015, all water heaters sold must meet the National Appliance Energy Conservation Act (NAECA) rules on water heater minimal energy efficiency. Bradford White offers a complete line of gas and electric water heaters that meet the new NAECA regulations. The additional insulation to improve energy efficiency makes these water heaters larger.
Energy Efficiency Rebates
Bill Smith Plumbing & Heating is super knowledgeable on the most energy-efficient water heaters on the market. Additionally, installing an energy-efficient model may qualify you for a rebate from Xcel Energy. We’d love to help you pick out a new water heater that qualifies for an energy rebate, especially if your water heater is ten years old or older. We’ll walk you through the Xcel rebate process to get you the most money back.
Tankless Water Heaters
Tankless water heaters are much more energy-efficient than tank-based water heaters. With energy costs on the rise, it may be time for you to consider switching to tankless. We’d love to chat with you more about the options. To learn more about tankless water heaters, call Bill Smith Plumbing & Heating today.
Types of Water Heaters
Water heaters come in various types, such as an atmospheric vent, power vent, direct power vent, direct vent, and combo water heaters. The number of model choices can be overwhelming, but Bill Smith Plumbing & Heating takes the time to understand your needs and ensures that the water heater you select meets current city, state, and national rules. Give us a call for a consultation.
Water Heater Safety Adds
Water heater tanks fail because of acidic condensation build-up caused by Denver’s cold water. If someone is not home to turn off the water to the water heater when it fails, flooding is a distinct possibility. To avoid flooding from tank failure, Bill Smith Plumbing & Heating offers alarm and cold water shut-off valve options.