Water Heater Repair and Installation

Water heaters are an essential part of any home. They provide us with hot water, from doing dishes to bathing during the winter months when it’s cold out, but also summer where you want to be able have a refreshing shower without being too chilly from low temperatures.


When you need a plumbing expert for your water heater, trust the pros at Snellville Plumbers. Our skilled team of experts will make sure that repair or replacement is done right and in no time flat, 24/7! We offer emergency service to help get things taken care immediately so cold showers won’t be an issue anymore.
When you need a water heater repaired or installed, don’t hesitate to call our team. We have 20 years of experience repairing/installing all makes and models so give us a shot at yours!


What Are the Signs When You Need Your Water Heater Repaired?


Early signs of a failing water heater are rusty spots forming, or if you see brownish liquid coming from your faucet. It’s best to contact a professional technician right away so that they can fix the problem before more damage occurs! Call the team at Snellville plumbers when you see any of these signs.

You may have been experiencing the symptoms of a water heater problem without realizing it. We want you to know that we will be able help by providing an accurate assessment and thorough solution for your needs, so don’t hesitate to contact us at any time.

By providing all relevant information (and noting anything else), our technicians can inspect how well-maintained it currently is before determining what needs fixing next, or if there are other problems causing issues, such as leaks.


Water Heater Repair Professionals


In the event you are experiencing plumbing issues, it’s important to know that professionals can be found at Snellville Plumbers. Our team provides customers with high quality service and will work hard on any project large or small! We have been providing excellent services for 20 years and we’re continuing this tradition by constantly improving our expertise in order to provide satisfied results every single time – no matter how complicated.

 

Frequently Asked Questions About Water Heaters.


How long will a water heater typically last?


The lifespan of your water heater is determined by several factors, but usually it lasts between 10-15 years. If you do maintenance on a regular basis then the length that they last will increase even more


When should you replace your water heater?


The price of repairing your water heater must always be considered. There are times where a customer has decided to purchase a new one because fixing the old one will cost about the same or just slightly less than what they were originally told, so make sure this is something worth doing before getting work done on any older models.


What type of water heater is best?


There are five styles of water heaters to choose from and each one has its own unique benefits. What’s more, not all types will work well for you or your home! Here’s a little bit about the different types so that when it comes time try finding yourself amongst them can make an informed decision:


Conventional Water Heater


Conventional water heaters are the most common type of home water heater and is typically the most affordable and it’s easy to install. This style of heating system features an insulated tank that holds heated water, so you’ll always have hot showers or baths when it’s needed most. It also comes with two valves: one for temperature control and the pressure-release valve.

The pressure release valve will open up when it reaches about 150 psi, and this type can only hold so much hot water at once before running out if you need more than what’s left within your current cycle or waiting for another one being heated up by electricity.


Tankless Water Heater


The tankless water heater is a modern marvel of technology that are incredibly energy efficient. It can provide you with nearly endless amounts of hot water for your home, and it’s great because there are superheated coils that fill up to produce instant hot water on demand when needed! It’s perfect for homes with large families.


While the initial investment may be higher, tankless hot water heaters are often more cost-effective in the long run. They require less power and gas lines than conventional styles do which can make them less expensive over time if you’re looking to replace your home with an entirely new system.

Heat Pump/Hybrid Water Heater


Heat Pump/Hybrid Water heaters are one of the most efficient ways to heat water. It uses the energy from air and ground temperatures, which means that it only needs electricity for moving those two elements around – without using any additional resources like natural gas or oil as an input!

This type of water heater can cut down your bills by 60%. Because the pump is on the top, you may need quite a bit of room for this water heater, sometimes up to eight feet of vertical clearance.


Solar Powered Water Heater


The solar powered water heater doesn’t require natural gas or electricity to function. This innovative design actually draws its energy from sunlight. With a few panels mounted on your roof you can be completely self-sufficient with warmth and hot showers.

This system is a great option for those who live in warm, sunny climates. It can save money on cloudy days because it doesn’t use any energy and works particularly well with natural gas or electricity as back-ups if needed.


Condensing Water Heater


This condensing water heater is the best option for homes that use primarily natural gas as their energy source. The exhaust from this system gets funneled into a tank much like traditional heaters and then used to warm up your tap! It is a tank style water heater, so you will need to make sure that it can hold enough for your family’s needs. It uses very little energy (aside from gas already burned elsewhere) and its efficient design helps save money on your electricity bill!

You can find the right type of hot water heater for your home with Snellville Plumbers’ selection. Our professional plumbers can install any type of unit that will work in your home. We’re here to make it easy on our customers! Call Snellville Plumbers and we’ll help you with your water heater needs.

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