Water Heater Replacement Service

Professional Water Heater Replacement

Do you need your water heater quickly replaced? Our certified plumbing teams will guarantee a stress-free plumbing job.

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Water Heater Replacement

If your water heater is getting rusty and is in need for a change, worry not, as 24/7 Plumbing CO., LP has the solution for you. With a wide range of options and affordable prices, we have the high quality products you need to get that hot water running promptly. We pride ourselves in the best customer service in America, and will continue to do so for years to come. Get in touch today to find how a reliable water heater replacement can keep your water warm and your energy bills low! For the region’s most professional water heater replacement, we’re proud to provide the following customer guarantees:

  • No obligation fees
  • A variety of high quality products
  • Exceptional customer service
  • Complete installation, maintenance and repair services

Signs You Need Water Heater Replacement


Signs that indicate you may need a water heater replacement include:


Age of the Water Heater


The typical lifespan of a water heater is around 8 to 12 years for tankless heaters and 10 to 15 years for traditional tank-style heaters. If your unit is approaching or has exceeded its expected lifespan, it’s a good idea to consider replacement.


Inconsistent Hot Water


If you notice that your hot water supply is fluctuating in temperature or you’re running out of hot water quickly, it could indicate a failing water heater.


Strange Noises


Unusual sounds like popping, banging, or rumbling coming from your water heater may suggest sediment buildup, which can affect its efficiency and lifespan.


Rusty Water


If you notice rust-colored or muddy water coming from your hot water taps, it may be a sign of corrosion inside the tank. Rust can weaken the tank and lead to leaks.


Leaking Water

Visible leaks or pooling water around the base of the water heater are clear signs of a problem. Leaks can be caused by a failing tank and often necessitate replacement.



Is it better to repair or replace a faulty water heater?

The decision to repair or replace a faulty water heater depends on factors like the age of the unit, the extent of the problem, and the cost of repair. If repair costs are approaching or exceeding 50% of the cost of a new unit, replacement may be a more cost-effective option.

Can I replace my old water heater with a different type?

In most cases, it’s possible to replace an old water heater with a different type (e.g., tank-style to tankless). However, this may require adjustments to your plumbing, electrical connections, or gas lines.

What are the signs that my water heater needs replacement?

Signs that your water heater may need replacement include frequent breakdowns, leaks, rusty water, inadequate hot water supply, or the unit reaching the end of its expected lifespan.