Every home in the Garner area has a hot water heater of some kind. They range in styles, such as electric, gas, tankless and others. Water heaters are found in a variety of places around the home, from the garage, crawlspace, utility room, attic and other places. Some are easily accessible, which makes them easier to repair or replace while others are not so accessible. Regardless of the type of water heater in your home and the location of it, there is no disputing the fact that hot water heaters are a necessary aspect of our daily life. We often don’t realize how important a water heater is to us until it doesn’t work anymore.
If you turn your shower on, wash your hands or dishes only to find out that you don’t have any hot water, call us right away. We will come out, assess and troubleshoot the source of the problem and let you know what the problem is. If it can be repaired and it is cost effective to do so, we will take care of it for you. There are instances in which it is better to buy a new water heater since fixing it would cost more or be close enough to the price of a new one that it simply makes more sense to replace your old water heater. In these cases, we will fully discuss the situation with you so that you can make an informed decision.
Garner Plumber repairs and replaces hot water heaters and other plumbing repairs throughout Johnston County, including:
- Smithfield, NC Plumbing
- Selma, NC Plumbing
- Kenly, NC Plumbing
- Clayton, NC Plumbing
- Pine Level, NC Plumbing
- Garner, NC Plumbing
- Four Oaks, NC Plumbing
- Princeton, NC Plumbing
- Wendell, NC Plumbing
- Zebulon, NC Plumbing
As with any other appliance, water heaters do not last forever. If you are a homeowner, at some point you will find yourself in need of a water heater repair or replacement. Rest assured, Garner Plumber has years of experience repairing and replacing water heaters in and around the Garner area.
Gas Water heaters
These kinds of water heaters are proven to be safe and efficient at heating water. The primary advantage of gas water heaters is that they tend to heat water faster than electric water heaters. This means if someone uses up all of the hot water from taking a long shower, the next person in line to take a shower won’t have to wait as long as they would if a traditional water heater were installed. As with other appliances, it is important to regularly maintain gas water heaters.
Electric Water Heaters
These water heaters are a tried and true type of water heater and and found throughout the country not only in single family homes, but also multi-family homes, townhomes, apartment buildings and others. While the recovery time for electric water heaters is not as fast as others, they are very reliable. They still need regular maintenance and they also have a shelf life, meaning they will need to be replaced at some point.
High Efficiency Water Heaters
These are modern alternatives to gas and electric heaters that help save homeowners money. In addition to saving money, homeowners can enjoy receiving tax credits and energy rebates when purchasing these types of units. Check your local regulations regarding tax credits and energy rebates.