Water Heater Repair Denver

Need a new hot water heater?

Quality 1st Plumbing installs and services many different types of hot water heaters.

Quality 1st Plumbing offers a wide array of both natural and LP gas-powered water heaters for residential use. We are Colorado’s first green plumbing service, and can help install the most efficient hot water heater possible for your home. We are your Colorado plumbing and water heater solution.

Whether you are looking at replacing an old or broken water heater, or simply want to create a more energy friendly living environment, we can offer you a solution to meet your needs. We will get the required Colorado permits, and provide up-grades such as expansion tanks and flue up-grades that are mandated by our local codes.

Don’t let your water heater go until it breaks. Have it checked today. You know it’s time for a new water heater if: your tank leaks, if you hear a rumbling noise, or if your efficiency is down from previous years.

Water Heaters:

  • Gas, electric, propane
  • Residential & commercial
  • All sizes

Instant Hot Water

Wouldn’t it be nice to turn on the shower and instantly have hot water? No more waiting 30-60 seconds for the water to heat. No more wasting thousands of gallons per year, just to heat up the tap. We have a solution that will pay for itself AND help conserve water immediately.

Using a simple-to-install hot water circulation system, you can enjoy these benefits:

  • Have instant hot water anywhere in your home, anytime you want it!
  • Save THOUSANDs of gallons of water annually!
  • We’ll install it – You enjoy it. Maintenance Free!
  • Don’t worry about expensive systems. Our hot water circulation system installs directly to your existing system, avoiding the cost of total replacement.
  • Virtually silent operation – no need to sacrifice loud noises for the comfort of hot water!

How the system works:
An inline pump keeps the hot water in the hot water pipe. A specially designed thermostat with a timer placed under a sink at the opposite end of the house from the water heater, allows the cooling water to reenter the cold water pipes. Hot water replaces the released cool water in the pipes resulting in hot water.

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To find out more about how you can get our Hot Water Circulating System customized to fit your needs, contact us today

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Hot Water Heater Tips

  • Heating your water is  among the top two largest energy expenses in your house. It can usually cost you around 18% of your entire utility bill after heating and cooling.
  • The four ways you can cut your water heating bills down: using less hot water, turning down the thermostat, providing insulation or buying a newer and more efficient model
  • Repair a leaky faucet. It may not seem like much but those small leaks can add up to a lot of money
  • Install low-flow faucets and shower heads
  • Insulate your hot-water storage tank but don’t cover the thermostat
  • Insulate your natural gas or oil hot-water storage tank. Don’t cover the top, bottom, burner compartment or thermostat.
  • If buying new, aim for the most energy efficient model available
  • Install heat traps to prevent heat loss. Newer models have them built in
  • Drain up to a quart of water from your water tank every 3 months. This will prevent sediment that will block or disrupt the heat transfer
  • Shop for a new model every 7 years. They often have a 10-15 year shelf life but starting your research early will help you save the most money
  • Look into tankless water heaters or gas on-demand. You can save up to 30% going this route
  • Consider a drain-water waste heat recovery system. This captures the energy from waste hot water from dishwashers and showers to preheat cold water entering the water heater going to other places.
  • Depending on area heat pump water heaters can be cost effective. They can sometimes cut water heating costs by 50%.