When your water heater acts up or breaks down whom do you call? You have to call the experts, no less. When it comes to water heater repair, no one does it better than Atlanta Water Heaters. We have been providing quality water heater installation, replacement, and repair services to homeowners all over the area for many years now. Our skills, expertise, and experience are your guarantee.
The most common problem that homeowners encounter with their water heater is leaks. If your water heater is leaking, don’t attempt to fix it on your own. There’s more to it than applying sealants. Water heaters are run by electricity or gas, which means they can be dangerous in the hands of a novice.
Water heaters have an average life span of 12 to 15 years. If your water heater is over a decade old and it is starting to act up, consider a water heater replacement service instead. Water heater repairs are only for systems that are less than a decade old.
Aside from leaks, another common water heater issue is the shortage of hot water. If you’ve been using the water heater for too long and suddenly, your hot water supply is lacking, then there might be a problem with the heating elements. Call us up at Atlanta Water Heaters and we’ll diagnose the problem and fix it accordingly.
Atlanta Water Heaters provides fast and reliable water heater repair services. We are available 24/7 to repair your water heater so that your access to a continuous supply of hot water is restored in no time. We fix gas water heaters, electric water heaters, and tankless water heaters. Our expertise in handling all types of water heaters comes from our many years of experience in the field.
We can handle all issues and restore your water heater to its top working condition. We know that each type of water heater requires different methods of repair. Our team of certified water heater repair specialists is well-trained in fixing tank and tankless water heaters.
Gas water heaters are powered by propane or natural gas, and they are equipped with a burner to heat up the water inside the tank to the desired temperature. Electric water heaters, on the other hand, use heating elements to produce hot water. Such elements are controlled by thermostats. Compared to gas water heaters, the electric types have slower recovery rate but they’re easier to install as they don’t require vent installation.
Tankless water heaters are quite different, as they don’t need hot water storage systems like gas and electric water heaters. This type of water heater is also fairly easy to install, although you won’t have any drop of hot water at all if there’s no power as there’s no storage. While they also require minimal maintenance, they won’t work well with hard water because the sediments will cause a blockage.
Aside from water heater repair, we also provide water heater installation and replacement services. Atlanta Water Heaters is your one-stop shop when it comes to water heaters. Call us up and our professionals we’ll be right at your door, eager to help.