Installation & Repair
Water Heater Installation & Repair Service in Glendale, AZ
When you need a new water heater installed or repaired in Glendale, you want to be sure you work with a plumber you can trust.
Glendale Plumber has been serving Glendale for over 70 years with quality, water heater installation and repairs. Whether you need a traditional gas or electric tank water heater or are looking for a more modern, energy-efficient tankless model, we have the experience and expertise to help you decide. With thousands of satisfied customers and great online reviews, we’re confident that you’ll be happy with our water heater service.
Serving both residential and commercial clients throughout Glendale Arizona, we are known for our unrivaled expertise and professionalism, and ensure all work will be completed on time and within your budget requirements. We can install, repair and service all makes and models of tank and tankless water heaters.
Eventually, even the highest-quality water heaters fail.
The equipment is under constant pressure, and over time your water heater starts to lose its original efficiency for a number of reasons.
This can result in higher utility bills, inconsistent water temperature, or even being cut off from hot water altogether.
Fear not because Glendale Plumber has helped Glendale and surrounding area homeowners since 1948 with their water heater repair, maintenance, and replacement needs. We’ll get your water heating system up and running right away so that you can get back to your life.
Give us a call at (602) 698-5815 and let our expert staff assist you.
Water Heater Maintenance
Did you know you should be maintaining your water heater on an annual basis?
Glendale Plumber can also perform scheduled maintenance on your hot water heater such as replace the anode rod and flushing the tank. Due to the water quality throughout Glendale, we recommend you flush your tank every six months and replace the anode rod annually.
Extend the Life of Your Hot Water Heater
- Flushing your water heater every six months or so will add to the life of your water heater.
- Changing the anode (sacrifice) rod in your water heater each year is arguably one of the best things you can do to extend the life of your water heater. But be careful, getting your old anode rod out of the heater is not as easy as you may think, the manufacturer really put them in tight.
Some symptoms of impending water heating failure can include:
- Corrosion or rust
- Not enough hot water
- Dirty or foul-smelling water
If you’ve experienced any or all of these signs, chances are likely that you’re going to need a new water heater, or at the very least, a replacement part.
That’s why the team at Glendale Plumber is highly skilled with all water heater makes and models, so you can be sure that we can handle your problem. It doesn’t matter if you have a gas, tankless, or electric water heater—we have the knowledge to fix everything right.
At Glendale Plumber, we understand your time and money are valuable. We always place our customers first, which is why we promise to do the job right the first time, every time.
WHEN OUR WATER HEATER EXPERTS SHOW UP, YOU CAN EXPECT THEM TO:
- Diagnose the issue
- Determine whether to repair or replace
- Provide a job-based quote
- Clean up the job site
A problem with your water heater can ruin your entire day and cost you significant amounts of money in wasted energy and wasted water. That’s why we, at Glendale Plumber, not only guide you through the process of selecting a new water heater for your home’s specific needs, but also professionally install it.
Once you complete the selection process, we promise to:
- Bring the new water heater to you
- Install the new heater
- Haul the old unit away
- Get your water heating back to normal
Conventional water heaters work for some homes, but sometimes having a 40 gallon storage tank heat water to a pre-set temperature 24/7 isn’t the most efficient solution – with tankless water heating, your home can have hot water on demand, and you will never have to take a cold shower again! Rather than keep water in a storage tank, tankless water heaters heat water through a series of coils.
This provides a whole host of important advantages, including:
- Better Efficiency
- Endless Hot Water On Demand
- Money Savings
- Unit Takes Up Less Space
- Longer Lifespan (15-20 Years)
- Are you considering an upgrade to tankless water heating?
Glendale Plumber for a same day consultation or installation service!
Is your water heater causing you problems? Don’t delay—call Glendale Plumber today!
Hot Water Tank Types
The old tried and true. This is the most common water heater that Glendale Plumber installs. The most common sizes and types are 40 and 50 gallon gas or electric. Let a Glendale plumber water heater specialist give you some options today.
The expert team at Glendale plumber are fully qualified and licensed to take care of your water heater installation needs. We use state-of-the-art equipment and the latest industry techniques to offer exceptional workmanship to our residential and commercial clients.
You can rely on us for efficient and professional services. Fully qualified, certified and licensed plumbers.