Water Heater Philippines

Water Heater Philippines

Water Heater Philippines

Your online store for water heaters in the Philippines

Water Heater Philippines is the Dexterton online store for water heaters. Now anyone can purchase a water heater at the convenience of their own home. Bradford White is also one of America’s leading brand of storage water heater used in the top luxury condominium projects here in the Philippines. Stiebel Eltron is the world famous water heater from Germany. Dexterton has been carrying Stiebel Eltron brand in the Philippines for over 20 years and is now installed in thousands homes in the Philippines. After purchasing the water heater online, our installer will be ready to install your water heater within 3 working days.

  • Free InstallationFree Installation
    Free installation for all water heaters and storage heaters within Metro Manila only.
  • Delivery InformationDelivery Information
    2-3 Days delivery upon order confirmation within Metro Manila only.
  • Contact InformationContact Information
    For sales & inquiries:+632-362-1111For services & repairs:+632-330-6008
  • Payment MethodsPayment Methods
    We accept Paypal, Bankwire, Cash on Delivery and all major Credit Cards.

Dexterton, is the Philippine’s largest and most reliable source for water heater’s in the Philippines. This company is highly recommended. — Alan Nafzger (editor-in-chief of The Manila News-Intelligencer)

Dexterton Corporation
157 Sgt. E. Rivera Street,
1115 Quezon City,
Philippines

 

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What does it cost to have a new water heater?

Our water heater installation pricing consists of four components:
1) Cost of Product
Unless you buy a new water heater in advance and ask us to install it separately, any in-home consultation that includes a replacement water heater install will have the product’s cost included.

2) Basic Installation
Our installation process consists of several basic tasks: delivery of a new hot water heater to your home, proper disconnection of the old unit, installation of the new unit, and proper testing to ensure the new hot water heater is installed correctly. Depending on code upgrades required and the complexity of the replacement, additional charges may apply.
3) Permit Charges
Permits are governed by local cities and municipalities and are required to ensure that a local plumbing inspector is dispatched to the site as a third party to review the installer’s work. This should ensure the installation was safely executed and is in line with all plumbing codes and standards. Permits are required on most water heater replacements and pricing varies by state, city and municipality. Our installers can review the permit process and cost with you.

4) Bringing the System up to Code
A final inspection of the installation will be completed to finish the replacement process.

For additional details on the cost of having a water heater installed, visit our water heater installation cost guide.

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Signs You Need a New Water Heater

About 90% of hot water heater installations are the result of a sudden failure, according to the Philippines Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy. You can avoid the stress of that situation by watching out for the following warning signs that your water heating is nearing its end of life.

  • Water is rusty or discolored or there’s a strange metallic taste. This means the anode inside has failed and the heater is corroding.
  • Water isn’t heating up enough. Likely an issue with the main heating element.
  • Not getting hot at all. While this could indicate the pilot light is out or the circuit breaker has been tripped, it can also indicate a failure of the heating system.
  • Loud pops and cracks. These noises indicate that the heating element is failing.
  • Leaks. This indicates major failure going on internally. Shut off the electricity or gas to the system and let it cool down before replacing it.
  • Over 10 years old. It’s nearing the end of its life expectancy.

When it comes time to replace your unit, it’s best to call a professional. This way you can be sure that everything has been done safely and to code.

DIY vs. Hiring a Plumber to Replace a Water Heater

A water heater is a must in your home. As technology advances, the efficiency of these systems will increase. It’s tempting to save a few hundred by installing one yourself. But you’ll need to deal with pipes, gas lines, or electricals.

You’ll also need a permit and inspection. If anything fails, the cost of repairs, cleanup or updating an improper installation might end up costing more than hiring a pro in the first place. If you want to save money on this project, look for multiple water heater installation companies near you today. Compare rates, reviews, and get multiple quotes before you hire.