Water Heater Services

Overview

Your comfort and safety are our priority, and life without hot water can feel miserable. That’s why we work hard to get your water heater repaired or ordered and installed in a matter of days! To keep your water heater running properly for years to come, we recommend having your water heater serviced annually by a licensed plumber. If your water heater stops working or you notice signs of wear (leaks, corrosion, mineral build-up, etc.), contact Gnoth & Lukowski for water heater repair and installation services. 

Frequently Asked Questions

We recommend a water heater be serviced once a year to extend the life of your system and to prevent a system failure.

We’ll be honest with you. In many cases, water heater issues don’t arise until it’s time for a replacement. If we find severe issues with your water heater, we will recommend you invest in a new water heater rather than need ongoing repairs and risk damage to your home.

If you’re lucky, the issues may be minor and only require parts of your water heater to be repaired or replaced. Minor repairs that are considerably more affordable than a full replacement.

A water heater repair is normally cheaper than a replacement. However, over time multiple repairs can become costly. Without seeing and/or knowing the system we can’t give an exact estimate. Reach out to us and we’d be happy to help.

A water heater replacement is relatively expensive compared to other services however may be a necessity. Depending on the type of water heater your home needs and the amount of hot water your household uses, the price of the system can range from $800 to $3,000. Without seeing and/or knowing the home we can’t give an exact estimate, reach out to us and we’d be happy to help.

Create a clear path to the water heater so we can easily perform the diagnostic checks and maintenance. We will also need some space for our tools.

A trained technician will arrive and once shown the system, will begin evaluating the water heater. Once the issues are found either replacement parts will be installed or we will recommend a new water heater to be installed at a later date.

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