We Service North Charleston, SC and the Surrounding Area
Water Heater Repair & Installation in the St. Louis Metro Area
We repair all brands of water heaters, and if it turns out your hot water heater needs to be replaced, we are experts at choosing the right gas or electric water heater for your needs and budget.
- Conventional Water Heaters
- Large Capacity Water Heaters
- Gas & Electric Hot Water
- Tankless Water Heater Conversions
- Water Heater Maintenance (Draining & Cleaning)
No Extra Charges for Emergency Service!
Need Hot Water Heater Service?
Give us a call at (314) 820-0086 or fill out the form below and we will contact you as soon as possible.
Water Heater Repair
If your water heater hasn’t had a catastrophic failure, it can likely be repaired. Not all hot water heater leaks are catastrophic. It could be a failed tank liner, but it could also be leak or a failing relief valve, both of which are easily repaired.
Here are a few of the repairs that we often perform for our customers to get them back up and running at minimal cost:
- Temperature Relief Valves (T&P)
- Water Pressure Issues
- Water Temperature Issues
- Thermocoupler Replacement
Water Heater Replacement & Installation
Sometimes it just makes more sense to replace your water heater. If your water heater is nearing the end of it’s life, or if it’s had a catastrophic failure like a leaky tank, it can’t be repaired.
We will help you determine whether you should repair or replace your hot water heater, and we’ll work with you to make sure you make the right choice on a new water heater to meet the demands of your family.
- Conventional Tank Water Heaters
- Tankless On Demand Water Heaters
- Large Capacity Tanks
- Gas Water Heaters
- Electric Water Heaters
A Few Brands We Work With...
How Long Should My Hot Water Heater Last?
Water Heater Maintenance
Draining Your Hot Water Heater
Sacrificial Anode Rods
Water is a destructive force. It is corrosive and eats away at the tank liner and eventually the liner will fail.
Anode rods are a sacrificial metal that are designed to attract the corrosive properties of water so they eat away at the rod instead of the liner of your tank. Learn More About How Anodes Work.
Anode rods should be replaced every 3-5 years to maximize the life of your hot water heater.