Should You DIY Your Water Heater Installation? Read This First!
Water Heater Installation

If you need a water heater installation, it may be tempting to cut costs by doing it yourself. You may feel that you are competent when it comes to home improvement projects, and you probably are. But, sometimes certain jobs, like this one, can end up presenting problems that you haven’t encountered before.  These problems can end up leaving you without running water until you can get a professional, licensed plumber to come out.  You don’t want to end up in this aggravating and potentially costly situation.

Risks of DIY Water Heater Installation

Mistakes made during water heater installation can be costly and dangerous. One of the most hazardous risks you’ll be facing with a DIY water heater installation is dealing with the gas or electricity that comes into play. Unless you have specific training, you shouldn’t attempt to take on the job. An electrical short will be a major aggravation that can lead to serious problems including fire. Worse, you’re probably already aware how deadly gas leaks can be. You can also end up damaging the water heater itself, another costly mistake.

Why You Should Hire a Plumber for Water Heater Installation

There are many reasons why you should hire a plumber for water heater installation.

Reasonable Pricing

Most DIYers try to make their own water heater repairs in an effort to save money. What most end up realizing is that hiring a professional plumber would have been more cost effective. When you factor in what your time is worth, what risks you might incur, and the equipment you need, you’ll quickly see that it’s worth it.

If you’ve already tried to do it yourself and are frustrated with the results, we can help too.

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  1. November 3, 2017

    my husband recently bought a water heater for our new home, and he was so excited he wanted to install it himself. It’s something that I do not think is safe to be done by an unprofessional. I agree with you that it can be dangerous because he’ll be dealing with gas and electricity while doing this. Thanks for the tips. I’ll make sure to let my husband know.

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