Water Heater Services in Charlotte

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Need a water heater installed? We make it easy.

All of our water heater installations include:

Free estimates.
We don't charge to tell you how much we're going to charge.
Flat-rate, upfront pricing.
No sticker shock here. You'll always know what you're going to pay before the installation begins.
Courteous and friendly staff
From top to bottom. What can we say? We take after Mr. Jenkins himself.

You probably need to replace your current water heater if:

  • It is more than 15 years old. Most tank-style water heaters only last 15–20 years. So, if yours is coming up on that 15- or 20-year mark, you might want to look into replacing it.
  • You notice brown or rusty water. If your hot water has a brown or rusty tint to it, this normally means your water heater is deteriorating from the inside. Eventually, your water heater will fail completely or burst, causing expensive water damage to your home.
  • Your energy bills are increasing. As your unit gets older, it loses efficiency. If you notice a steady increase in your energy bills (and water usage stays the same), that could mean your tank is on its way out.
  • The tank itself has a leak. A crack or leak in the tank is pretty much a death sentence for your water heater. You'll need to look at buying a new one right away.

Call us at (704) 357-0484 or contact us online (we'll get back to you ASAP) to schedule an appointment day and time that works for you. You'll get a confirmation email with a picture of your plumber, so you know who's coming to your home.

One of our plumbers will come talk with you about your hot water usage and preferences. Then, you'll decide which system option you want (we'll give you a few).

We've been doing this since 1958, so we're a well-oiled machine when it comes to installing water heaters. Our team of plumbers will install your new system either that same day or the next—without cutting corners, of course.

Whether it's good or bad, we want to hear how we did. After your installation, we'll make sure you have the chance to talk with us about your service.

Shopping around for a new water heater? You've probably seen a lot of unfamiliar terms. We'll explain some of the lingo for you.

  • First hour rating (FHR): This is the number of gallons of hot water a full tank can provide in an hour. You'll want a tank with an FHR that's within 1–3 gallons of your peak demand (how many gallons of hot water your family uses at the busiest hour of the day).
  • Energy factor (EF): Water heater energy efficiency is measured by its energy factor—also called a "thermal energy factor"—which is the amount of hot water produced per unit of fuel consumed in a typical day. Most tank-style water heaters have an EF rating of .67–.90.
  • Expansion tank: This is a small tank that attaches to your water heater. When your water heater heats water, the water expands and puts a lot of pressure on your tank. The expansion tank exists to collect the extra water, relieving your water heater tank of the pressure and preventing it from bursting prematurely. Most city codes require an expansion tank, especially if you have a "closed system" that has a backflow prevention device.

We want to make it easy to do business with us. That's why we offer:

To make sure you get your water heater installed at a time that's convenient for you, we offer service late at night and on the weekends.

We're a well-oiled machine when it comes to installing water heater tanks—which is why our install times are much shorter than other Charlotte companies.

Instead of pushing a particular water heater brand, we focus on the quality of the installation. That way, you'll get your water heater installed the way it should be.

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