Trust in Your Service
You need a plumber you can trust for your water heater estimates, repairs and installations. Don’t risk putting yourself and your family in harm’s way with a Band-Aid fix. There are certain safety measures that can’t be ignored when it comes to repairing water heaters. If your water heater is less than the average water heater lifespan, 12 years, and isn’t functioning properly, then give us a call today! Our experts at First American Plumbing can quickly assess the issue and find long lasting solutions for your home that will save you money.
Are You Having Issues with the Following?
Sulphur/rotten egg smells
Little to no hot water
Popping or bumping noises from water tank
Rusty or brown running water
Find the Right Water Heater for You
First American Plumbing can fix your old, worn out water heater with the industry’s latest and most energy efficient models. When the time comes to replace your current hot water system, having a licensed plumber install your new water heater is essential. Our experts are up to date on all the local safety codes, and you will be rest assured your home is in safe hands. Get the job done right the first time with us!
Tankless Water Heaters heat water in your pipes without a storage tank. As a result, these heaters deliver a constant flow of hot water only as its used rather than re-heating water sitting in a tank. This will save you hundreds of dollars each year on your water bills.
Electric Water Heaters tend to cost more to operate due to the higher cost of electrical power. However, if you’re looking for a smaller initial investment, electric water heaters are the way to go.
Gas Water Heaters usually cost more upfront than electric water heaters but are known to be the most affordable option in the long run due to its operating costs. It is more expensive initially because they are required to be ventilated to the outside.
Cost of Water Damage vs Replacement
The national average for water damage repair is $2,700 but can climb as high as $7,500 if severely damaged. Replacing household items, drywall, carpeting, and hardwood flooring can cost up to $10,000 per room if leaks are left unrepaired for an extended period. That is why it is so important to act swiftly when you suspect water leaks anywhere in your home.