Don’t get caught flat-footed when it comes to your water heater repairs and installation in Alpharetta, GA

Alpharetta GA Plumber: Water Heaters

The water heater is one of the most important plumbing fixtures in the house. When it works, it’s not even thought about. When it doesn’t, it can be a total nightmare. But help is on the way with a Better Business Bureau A+ rated, Alpharetta plumber for repairs and installation. Call R.S. Andrews now. Read more on our DeKalb County plumber website.

Deal with leaks fast!

Once you notice any water on the floor or surrounding area by the unit, it’s time to consider calling a plumber for repairs and installation. Unless it’s one of the water connections going bad, any leak is a sign that the heater is on the verge of failure, and that can lead to flooding of the room or even the house. Any leak from the water heater needs to be addressed right away!

Selecting the right water heater for your needs

Whether through heater failure or age, at some point it will need to be replaced. When that time comes, many factors need to be considered instead of just running out and buying another heater.

There is a vast difference in operating costs of the course of a decade (the useful life of a water heating appliance), especially when comparing Energy Star rated tank and tankless water heaters with non rated ones. Carefully check the estimated yearly cost of different units and some money.

  1. A.O. Smith Water Heaters
  2. Bradford-White Commercial Water Heaters
  3. Rinnai Tankless Water Heaters

Residential and Commercial Water Heaters in Stock – 24/7 Installation

An overlooked aspect is that they don’t keep regular business hours when they decide to fail. Neither should your plumber. Going with a BBB A+ rated plumbing contractor that has 24/7 emergency plumbing service, as well as a full line of Rheem, Whirlpool, Ruud, and GE heaters in stock and ready to install as soon as you call them is worth the price of admission alone. You don’t want to have to wait an extra day for hot water after all.