Weaver's Plumbing

Heating Services

Weavers Plumbing offers a wide area of heating services for the Siloam Springs area. In today's world, energy efficiency is more important than ever. And considering that many Government officials and manufacturers offer tax incentives and large rebates for improving or upgrading your heating and cooling systems, it's a win-win situation.

It's easy to see why upgrading your heating or cooling systems can be advantageous. But regardless of whether or not you can upgrade your heating system, routine maintenance can save you money at any time. After all, energy prices aren't getting any cheaper so it's best to be proactive. And in the event an emergency occurs---your systems goes out---we're here to provide a solution. Our skilled, experienced staff can help with any HVAC project, from cleaning your residential system to designing and installing an entire heating and cooling system for a large commercial building. No job is to big or to small.

Types of water heaters

When it comes to your heating and cooling system, you need a respectable, reliable HVAC contractor, and that is what you get when you employ Weavers Plumbing. Take a look at the types of water heaters we install and repair below!

Tank hot water heaters

All of the tanks we install are energy efficient, quick recovery water heaters (although gas heaters recover faster than electric). Take a look below to learn more about the pros and cons of these water heater types. For questions, call us today at (479) 427-6715. We're more than happy to answer any inquiries you may have.


  • A tank full of preheated water that can still be used if the power goes out.
  • Will feed multiple fixtures at the same time
  • Gas tank heaters will continue to produce hot water during a power outage


  • Will eventually run out of hot water if used for an extended period of time
  • Must run every few hours to maintain the temperature in the tank

Tankless Water Heaters

Both gas and electric tankless water heaters are energy efficient. Electric heaters require more amperage than most houses supply and they will only run one fixture at a time. Gas tankless heaters will supply two fixtures at a time, but they usually require a larger gas line, new venting and a modified electrical outlet when converting from a tank type heater.


  • Only use power to heat water when there is
  • Provide continuous hot water for as long as needed


  • About three times the price of standard tank type heaters
  • Produce a finite volume of hot water per minute
  • Supply a limited number of fixtures

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