24 Hour Water Heater Repair

When your business requires the services of a good, reliable commercial water heater, look no further. Our skilled commercial water heater can handle all of your commercial plumbing problems from dripping faucets to water main & sewer line repair and replacement. We provide full-service commercial water heater services to large and small businesses. Scheduling service is a snap with a phone call or our easy online scheduling system.
We are experts when it comes to gas water heaters. Gas water heaters are the most common type of residential water heaters in the Dallas area. Our highly trained water heater technicians have the necessary experience to handle any of your gas water heater needs, including water heater repairs, maintenance, installation, and replacement. Water heater

There are a several benefits to gas water heaters. Gas heats the water heater tank up to the desired temperature about twice as fast as electric water heaters do. Additionally, heating water in gas water heaters typically costs less than half of what it costs for an electric water heater to produce the same amount of hot water.

Typically, natural gas water heaters are very reliable. Compared with electric water heaters, they recuperate with hot water about 40% faster. Gas water heaters are also more energy efficient when compared to electric water heaters.
 If your home or business has a gas water heater needs, call the water heater pros Services. Our water heater experts are ready and able to assist you with all types of gas water heater issues. If you are considering a new gas water heater, our pros will be able to answer any questions you may have as well as inform you about the newest, most energy efficient gas water heaters on the market.

Whether they use electricity, natural gas or propane as a heat source, tankless water heaters may cut your home water-heating bill by 10 to 20 percent by eliminating standby losses - energy wasted by warmed water sitting around unused in a storage tank.

While units large enough to supply hot water for an entire house can be located centrally, tankless water heaters more commonly sit in a closet or under a sink where the hot water is used. They can be used to supplement a regular water heater in a distant location, or they can be used to provide all of a home's hot water needs. But tankless models aren't appropriate for all applications; sometimes they won't even save you that much energy or money. If you have a large family and do laundry and wash dishes at the same time as others shower, a tankless may not be able to meet your needs.