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One of the most important components of anyones home is the water heater. From washing clothes and dishes to taking showers, hot water is practically a necessity of any household. Water heater repair is a vital service that can get your home back running smoothly again. Pro Water Heater Repair has created a service that helps customers find local water heater repair services. Our services range from:

  • Water Heater Repair
  • Hot Water Heater Repair
  • Tankless Water Heater Repair
  • Gas Water Heater Repair
  • Water Heater Repair Service
  • Electric Water Heater Repair
  • Solar Water Heater Repair

Depending on the water heater repair you are looking for (gas, electric, solar), our local pre-screened water heater service specialists will determine exactly what the problem is give you an immediate estimate on your water heater repair cost.

Water Heater Repair Services

Our local water heater technicians offer emergency water heater repair service & water heater tune-ups to ensure the continued operation of your hot water. If you are just conducting a regular service on your water heater, our local professionals will do a comprehensive check of all your water heater components. A safety inspection will also be performed to ensure the water heater is not in any danger of causing damage to yourself or your home, including inspection for leads of carbon monoxide and other harmful gases. Depending on your water heater type other services and inspections may be necessary. Regardless of whether you having a scheduled service or need an emergency water heater repair, can help.

Hot Water Heater Repair FAQ

Should I Get My Water Heater Repaired or Replaced?

Often times it can be more cost-effective to simply replace a water heater than to get it repaired. Your water heater repair specialist will know more but always consider the age and reliability of the current water heater before making this type of decision.

What is Recovery Rate?

The recovery rate of a water heater is how quickly the water heater will heat the water, measured in gallons per hour. If you have noticed a reduction in the recovery rate (i.e. takes longer between showers to get hot water), then this might due to a malfunction within the heater. It can also be due to an insufficient tank size.

Can I fix it myself?

We highly recommend that you do not attempt to fix a broken water heater by yourself if you are not trained to do so. There are many working parts that can be extremely dangerous if not handled properly. The only recommended DIY water heater repair would be if the pilot light has gone out. In that case you can typically follow the simple instructions posted on the water heater itself to get your hot water working again.