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American Weathermakers is your top choice for water heater services in Lake Barrington, Illinois

American Weathermakers is a long-time member of the community and we help make it one of the best places to live in the area. Our Lake Barrington customers here are our neighbors and have trusted us to service their air conditioning and heating needs since 1949. We're proud of that rich history in the Chicagoland area and Northern Suburbs.

With more than 10,327 people calling Lake Barrington home, many of them know us by name because we've been the top heating and air cooling service provider for them for many years. In addition to our air conditioning and heating repairs, we're also known for our products and services related to water heaters. There are a few different types to choose from and a professional technician can help you pick out the best one for your Lake Barrington home.

Water Heaters - Selecting the right water heater isn't always an easy decision. Questions like, what kind of fuel do you use? How significant is the efficiency rating? How is the water heater used? On average, a family will use 2,000 gallons of hot water each month, about four people, and if you're using a water heater that's outdated or in need of repair or replacement, you could be wasting money every month in unneeded energy costs.

Standard water heaters are the most typical kind of water heaters in the country. They operate by heating up water in a storage tank, either with gas or electricity, and stored until the water needs to be used. By a general measure, standard water heaters are the most inefficient of the different water heater types available because they need to continuously vent flue gases, which means heat is being let out, and wasted

Condensing water heaters look really similar to standard water heaters, but when it comes to energy efficiency, they are a lot better. That's because the condensing water heaters bring back the hot vent gases and recycles that energy to keep the water hot. Condensing hot water heaters are quickly taking over the popular spot as the most common hot water heater in residential homes. Consider one for your Lake Barrington home.

Tankless water heaters are also increasing in popularity and in many instances can be great replacements for traditional hot water heaters. They work like this: instead of storing hot water in a reservoir tank that continually uses energy to preserve its temperature, tankless water heaters offer hot water on an as needed basis. They are not ideal for all types of homes or HVAC systems, but for the right systems, tankless water heaters are fantastic for many Lake Barrington homes.

If you're looking for water heater repair, replacements or upgrades, trust us to inspect your system and address all your water heating concerns. Our HVAC technician will provide you with the most knowledgeable and up-to-date suggestions for what system will work best for your home. Call us at (847) 509-7777 or contact us here to get service to your home in Lake Barrington today!

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