Snellville Heating, Air and Plumbing Blog: Archive for the ‘Water Heaters’ Category

5 Reasons Your Water Heater Isn’t Giving You Enough Hot Water

Monday, December 27th, 2021

Young woman bathingThe lukewarm shower in the morning that never heats up enough to feel comfortable. It may not be as bad as no hot water at all, but it’s not something you want to deal with. And you shouldn’t have to! When you can call up our team of experts in all things water heaters in Braselton, GA, you can have the trouble fixed, whether it takes a repair or a system replacement. 

To help you understand what may be going on with your water heater and what steps our technicians may need to take, we’ll go over a list of five common reasons for a water heater losing its volume of hot water.

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The 4 Best Reasons You May Want a Tankless Water Heaters

Monday, March 22nd, 2021

tankless-water-heater-on-wallYou’ve had your current water heater for 15 years or longer, and it’s no longer up to the job. You know it’s time to have it replaced—and you’re giving serious thought to putting in the best in new technology in its place, a tankless water heater. 

You may feel a bit hesitant about it. New technology is always intimidating, and leaving behind the tried-and-true carries a sense of risk. The truth is that a tankless water heater isn’t necessarily the best choice in all cases for a new water heater. This is why we recommend you work with our professionals when it’s time to replace your water heater. We’re experts when it comes to water heaters in Suwanee, GA, and we’ll help guide you to the best option possible.

But tankless water heaters are worth your consideration, and here are the 4 best reasons you may want to get one:

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Does Corrosion on My Water Heater Mean Its Done?

Monday, February 22nd, 2021

water-heater-leakingAlthough we’ll need to provide some context and extra information about this answer, the answer is “yes.” Corrosion is one of the worst things that can happen to a water heater, and when it sets in on your water heater, it’s likely time to call our technicians and arrange to have a new one installed. 

This isn’t an absolute, as we’ll discuss below, but rust and other types of corrosion are more than just spots of trouble in a water heater. They indicate larger problems and likely a water heater that is too old to keep.

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