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A plumber or plumbing service is warranted mostly when there’s a water related distress problem at home. Common issues attended by plumbers are Sewer Problems, Drain Problems, Water Heater Problems, Natural Gas Pipe Problems, Plastic Waterline Problems and water tanks Leaks. These problems can happen anytime. 

The good news is that there’s always help at hand. Modern plumbers are highly skilled and use state-of-the-art equipment to diagnose and resolve all domestic plumbing problems. They are also adapted in conversions for water heater systems and retrofits.

As a customer focused plumbing service provider serving residents of Atlanta and its surrounding areas for over a decade, Atlanta Plumbing takes great pride in what we do for our customers.

Our bank of satisfied customers has swelled over the years and it is our endeavor to add more customers to the ever growing family. As the business and customers look for quality and reliable services, we have ensured that our plumbing services remain at the top-of-the-game. 

This aspect drives us to acquire knowledge of new products, technologies associated with them, besides understanding and interpreting ever-changing government regulations and statutory guidelines that are introduced from time to time.

Our aim is to ensure our customers enjoy their respective trouble-free lifestyles. 

The team and network members of Atlanta plumbing will answer your calls 24/7, 365 days a year.

Despite difficult times due to Covid-19, we are well-prepared to keep your plumbing systems operating safely. As expected from a responsible service provider, Atlanta Plumbing is rigidly practising COVID-19 safety guidelines as per the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).

Here’s a snapshot of frequently asked questions.

Q: My house has a storage water heater tank that’s been giving me good service for over 10 years. Why should I change it?

A: Depending on area and conditions, storage heater tanks generally fail in 8 to 12 years. You should keep a watch as your water heater is approaching its end of life cycle.

Q: Many people talk about Tankless Water Heater installations these days. Is it worth the investment?

A: A typical gas-fired water heater tank wastes 40 to 50 percent of the fuel it burns. In contrast, you can save 27 to 50 percent of fuel costs with tankless water heaters.

Q: Is that all?

A: There’s more. Tankless water heater generates hot water only when you need it and for as long as you need it. So, there’s zero wastage.

Q: Do you repair tankless water heaters?

A: Tankless water heaters can be repaired and refurbished as most spares are available. Once fixed, they are as good as new.

Q: What infrastructure is required for gas fired or electric tankless water heaters?

A: In the case of gas or propane powered units it involves making leak-free water, adequate ventilation and gas connections. For electric units you are looking at upgrading the wiring and circuit-breaker panel. For safety and security, we always advise our customers to take professional help.

Q: Can tankless water heaters use hard water? 

A: For hard water areas, we would definitely recommend installing a pre-filter system. Alternatively, you can sign up for an annual service contract that will include cleaning or changing water and air filters, checking the burner (for gas fired units) and chemical flushing every 500 hours to help avoid mineral buildup inside.

Q: In terms of product longevity, which is better – gas or electric?

Tankless electric units generally have shorter life spans and are expected to last between 7 to 10 years.

A: In our experience with water heaters we can endorse gas-burning tankless water heaters as being preferable as they can operate for 20 years or more. This means the working lifespan is two or three times longer than the old tank-type heaters. 

Q: How to find and fix hidden leaks?

A: We have many years of experience dealing with external and internal leaks. The best clue is your water bill besides physical evidence like mold and mildew. We mostly use non-invasive tools to find the source of the problem

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If you need plumbing repair in Atlanta or in the surrounding areas or just want to consult with a plumbing service, give us a call. You can also schedule an appointment online.