Introducing CPI Plumbing & Heating's October Water Heater Special

Introducing CPI Plumbing & Heating's October Water Heater Special

Autumn is officially here, which means it is time to start taking longer, warmer showers to fend off the chill. Make certain your water heater is up for the added demand by taking advantage of CPI Plumbing & Heating’s October Water Heater Special! For the month of October 2019, we will include a free water heater flush service – drains any stagnant water and sediment from your water heater for disposal – with any service valued at $350.00 or more.

This is the best time of the year to get your water heater serviced, including maintenance, repairs, or replacement services. If you haven’t had your water heater inspected in a year or more, give us a call at (360) 207-2223 to arrange a service in October to capitalize on this great deal!

When to Replace Your Water Heater

If your home’s water heater is looking worse for wear, or if it has been around for at least 10 years, then repairs and maintenance might not be enough to get it back to tip-top shape. It may be better to replace your water heater entirely, which could save you on costs and vastly improve hot water quality and heating efficiency. How do you know if it’s time for a replacement, though?

Our plumbers offer water heater inspection services that analyze and evaluate your water heater from top-to-bottom. If we see significant damage, defects, or wear, then we’ll likely recommend a replacement. If the issue is slight, then a repair would likely be better. We are all about meeting your water heater needs while also respecting your budget.

Choosing a New Water Heater

If our plumbers determine your water heater would be better off with a full replacement, we can help you find the right new water heater for your home. There are plenty of options on the market. It is our goal as your plumbers to get you the best water heater based on your preferences and your home's needs.

Here are a few factors to consider when picking out a new water heater:

  • Volume or gallon capacity: How much water can the water heater hold? Is it going to be enough for your hot water demands?
  • Recovery rate: How many gallons of water can it heat in an hour? Will someone in your family get a cold shower if everyone else takes a hot shower before them due to a low recovery rate?
  • Size: How much space do you need for the water heater to be installed correctly? Can you make more room if needed?
  • Energy-efficiency rating: A better energy-efficiency rating helps reduce your energy demand, lowering your energy utility bill and helping Mother Nature.

Want to know more about water heater services and replacement? Or, do you want to take advantage of our FREE water heater flush deal this October? Contact us today!

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