Mr. Plumber repairs and services all makes and models of water heaters. We also offer fast replacement and expert installation. There are numerous factors to consider when choosing a new water heater including capacity, efficiency, size requirements, brand and cost.
Since heating your water is the largest energy user in your home, besides heating and cooling, new energy-efficient water heaters can really make a big difference in your monthly energy bills. Mr. Plumber offers a complete lineup of water heater options including heat pump, tankless and high-efficiency gas and electric units. Each option fits a different need. Mr. Plumber offers free estimates for your water heater replacement.
Mr. Plumber Includes Important Extras With Every New Water Heater
- New expansion tank (never re-use an old one)
- New brass ball valve
- Gas flex lines that are braided for extra strength and longer life
Never Price a Water Heater on the Phone
You truly get what you pay for with water heater replacements. Beware of low ball offers you get by calling around. This can set you up for some unexpected and expensive surprises. This is true especially if your water heater needs to be of an unusual size to fit a certain space, or if your storage requirements have changed since the last time your water heater was replaced.
The Mr. Plumber promise is a free estimate and a complete explanation of all costs and recommendations up front, so you will know exactly what you are getting for your money. We back up all our workmanship with the best warranties and guarantees in Atlanta.
Ask About Mr. Plumber’s 6 and 10 Year Tank Warranties
Interest-Free Financing Available!
Drain and Flush Your Water Heater Every Year For Long Life
With Mr. Plumber’s PlumbingCare™ Maintenance Agreement, you’ll get much longer life from your investment. We’ll come and flush your tank every year and include a whole house plumbing inspection with discounts on all services and repairs. Ask about how our PlumbingCare™ Maintenance Agreement can extend the life of your new water heater and get you the best value for your money for all of your home’s plumbing needs.
Considerations When Selecting a Storage Water Heater
- Capacity: Don’t buy a water heater bigger than you need. Although some consumers base their purchase on the size of the storage tank, the peak hour demand (or first-hour rating, FHR) is actually more important. The FHR is the measure of how much hot water the heater will deliver in an hour and is required by law to appear on the Energy Guide label. Your Mr. Plumber technician will perform a capacity test to determine the right size water heater for your Atlanta area home.
- Efficiency: The energy efficiency of a storage water heater is indicated by its “Energy Factor” (EF). The higher the EF, the more efficient the water heater. Gas water heaters have an EF between 0.50 and 0.60, with some high-efficiency models around 0.80. Other features to look for are tanks with at least 1.5 inches of foam insulation and energy efficiency ratings shown on the Energy Guide labels.
- Cost: It may be tempting to look for a water heater that is inexpensive and ignore the operating cost. This is a poor strategy. Often the least expensive water heaters are the most expensive to operate. A high-efficiency water heater may cost a little more initially, but reduced operating costs will more than make up for the higher outlay. Check the Energy Guide label to help choose an energy-thrifty water heater.