Water Heaters Services
Water heaters are one of the most popular home appliances. When they’re functional, we like having hot water without thinking about the water heater that produces it.
We use these units to make hygiene simple with daily hot baths and cook with on-demand hot water. However, the failure of a water heater might put your daily routine on hold!
When it comes to water heater installation, repair, or maintenance, our professionals are the only ones you should trust to do the job properly the first time.
Our plumbers have years of expertise, are fully certified and highly trained, and are up-to-date on the newest water heater technologies. We’ll provide all of the water heater services you require and explain why your neighbors enjoy our service!
Have a Broken Water Heater?
Water heaters, like any other machine, may develop problems over time. On the other hand, a regular water heater has an average lifespan of 8-12 years and will therefore need to be replaced approximately every 5-6 years.
A hot water heater may produce too much heat, insufficient heat, or no heat at all. If you need a water heater repair, count on the guaranteed work of our professional experts in your area.
The following are some of the most common water heater issues:
- Knocking sounds
- Standing water in the unit
- Water leaks
- Issues with water temperature
- Shutting off
- Running constantly
- High energy bills caused by an inefficient heater
- Gas leaks
Water Heater Repair
Hearing clanking or knocking sounds coming from your water heater? A diagnosis of the unit is the first step in your water heater repair.
Before tackling any water heater problems, you first need to know what kind of water heater you have. Do you have a tankless water heater, electric water heater, or gas water heater?
After you have determined what kind of water heater you own, you can start to troubleshoot your water heater problem.
If you need a water heater repair, call one of our experts. No matter the problem with your unit, we’ll find it and fix it for you!
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Water Heater Installation & Replacement
The average lifespan of a water heater is 20 years. However, as they get older, they become more likely to require costly repairs. The need for repairs varies based on several factors, including age, upkeep, and type of water heater.
Replacement is more cost-effective in cases where the expense of the repair is 50% or more of the cost of replacing a water heater.
Modern water heaters include the following benefits:
- Unlimited hot water
- Significant energy savings
- Increased reliability
- Compact size
We offer professional installation of all models of water heaters, including tankless and electric units. Our experienced technicians will work with you to determine what type of unit is right for your home.
We also provide emergency services 24/7, so if your old water heater breaks down on a Saturday at 2 am, we’ll be there to help!
Tankless Water Heaters
The demand for energy-efficient appliances is on the rise. Luckily, you can purchase water heaters that require less power than traditional storage tanks and still provide all the hot water your household needs.
A tankless water heater does not store water or use a tank to deliver hot water. Instead, it heats cold water as needed and sends it directly to the fixture.
Tankless water heaters only produce as much hot water as is needed at any given time, which can help you save on energy costs and keep more money in your pocket.
Our technicians will not only install a new tankless water heater for you, but we’ll also make sure it’s safe to operate. Our team of professionals is ready to help! We offer an array of tankless water heater services, including installation, replacement, and repair.
Water Heater Maintenance and Inspections
As homeowners, we are all aware of the importance of home maintenance. Homeowners know that maintaining their water heater is important to keep it running smoothly and safely.
Many people don’t realize how often their water heater should be maintained or that they can have done inspections to ensure its safety. If you’re unsure when your last inspection was, now is a good time to call our local plumbing company!
They will be able to inspect for any potential problems before anything goes wrong with your heating system.
Contact our Professionals for Hot Water Heater Service
Hot water heaters are a necessary appliance for most homes. If yours is not working, you need to call our experts as soon as possible.
We provide emergency service and repairs on all brands of hot water heater units at affordable rates that won’t break the bank.
Frequently Asked Questions
Water heater services will run you about $140-200. If we find that your unit is broken and needs to be replaced, we'll give you a quote for the replacement.
The size of the water heater required will be determined by the number of people in your home and the average amount used. A 30-gallon water heater is sufficient for 1 or 2 people, while a 40-gallon water heater is appropriate for 3 or 4.
If you have 5 or more people in your house, a 50-gallon water heater or larger is required.
We recommend that you have your water heater serviced at least once per year. If it hasn't been inspected since the last service, we advise calling us right away!
Gas-supplied hot water heaters are less expensive to run, but they need more maintenance due to their complicated design.
Electric water heaters are far less complicated to maintain and operate than gas water heaters, resulting in a higher level of dependability. If you have a natural gas connection, a gas water heater may be the most efficient option.
The best water heater for your needs will be determined by the types of energy available at your home, the amount of hot water you require, and the cost of a new one.
Conventional water heaters are less expensive to purchase, but they only last about half as long. Gas water heaters are less expensive to run but more complex than electric versions.
Heat pump or hybrid water heaters, on the other hand, give excellent performance without the need for gas.
The average lifespan of a water heater main tank is 7-10 years. However, some models can survive up to 20 years with routine maintenance. Tankless water heaters can last 20 to 25 years, on average, before a water heater replacement is required.
Common water heaters' problems include leaking, rumbling, or gurgling noises and reduced hot water performance.