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Book Online Any Of The Following Heat Pump Water Heater Issues:

Heat Pump Water Heater Installation

Heat Pump Water Heater Replacement

No Hot Water From Whole House Fixtures

No Enough Hot Water From Whole House Fixtures

Long Time To Get Hot Water From Fixtures

Leaking Water From Water Heater Pipes

Leaking Water From Tank Water Heater

The Surrounding Air Gets Colder From Heat Pump

Rattling Noises Coming From Heat Pump

Squeaky Noises Coming From Heat Pump

Noise Coming From TPR Valve

Dripping Water From TPR Valve

Present Electrical Bypass In Water Heater

Recirculating Pump Installation Or Replacement

Thermal Expansion Tank Installation Or Replacement

Rotten Egg Odor From Hot water

Discolored Hot Water Coming From Faucets


Buying a new water heater isn’t always the most exciting purchase for Palm Beach County homeowners, but it’s a necessary one for all homes in our area. Your water heater is needed far too much to simply buy the first system you see within your budget. You want to consider your options, such as a heat pump water heater installed and serviced by the team here at Shalom Plumbing.

Heat pump water heaters are high-efficiency water heaters that provide financial savings, reliability, and more. If you want to learn more about these hybrid water heater options, please don’t hesitate to reach out to our qualified and experienced plumbers.


The hybrid heat pump water heater uses the same technology to heat water as a heat pump does to heat the interior of your living space. This hybrid system uses refrigerant to absorb heat from the air that surround the heat pump. From there, the refrigerant is compressed, and its thermal energy is used to heat water for use throughout your home. There’s only a small amount of electricity used in the process, making it a highly efficient system, and saving you on energy costs in the process.



You should only schedule your hybrid heat pump water heater installation with skilled professionals, such as the members of our team. We will inform you of the different types of hybrid water heaters and their benefits. For example, a hybrid gas water heater might be a better choice for you than a hybrid electric water heater if you already have a gas line to hook it up to.

Both hybrid electric and hybrid gas water heaters have their own advantages, and some even offer a backup heating option if the heat transfer process fails. No matter what option you choose for your home, we’ll ensure that your heat pump water heater installation is successful.


Typically, the primary goal with purchasing a heat pump water heater is to save money on energy costs. Therefore, if your costs skyrocket, this is most likely an indication that there is something wrong with the system. This is particularly true if you are using no more hot water than you normally do, and yet see a cost increase.

Don't let a plumbing problem became a catastrophe!

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