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Water Heaters

Your water heater is one of the most relied-on components of your plumbing system. While standard hot water heaters have a tank, new tankless water heaters have become popular as they provide nearly unlimited hot water. Contact us for your water heater needs including, emergency repair, scheduled maintenance, and even upgrades.

Emergency Water Heater Repair

When your hot water heater dies, you need to get it repaired or replaced ASAP. Whether you choose to keep your old water heater or upgrade, we can help. Bring us out and have your steamy showers back by the end of the day.

Water Heater Inspection

Don’t let a dead water heater roadblock your life. A regular water heater inspection and sediment flush extends your water heater’s lifespan, while keeping it running at maximum efficiency. Schedule an inspection and flush today!

Tankless Water Heater Upgrade

Is your old water heater on its last legs? Or do you just want the luxury of unlimited hot water for your morning shower? Either way, you can upgrade to a modern, energy-efficient tankless water heater. Call our coworkers at Benjamin Franklin Plumbing for the options and the upgrade.

 

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