Is your water heater leaking or not making hot water? Water heater service and water heater replacement in Little Rock are two of our specialties! Are you tired of having to wait for warm water? Well, we have the solution for that hot water problem too!
When you answer just a few questions over the phone, Whitten Plumbing can give you an exact quote for replacing your leaking water heater. Our plumbers will then come out to your home and, in most cases, can replace your water heater on the same day! Our water heater replacements come with 6-year, 10-year, or even lifetime warranties. Unlike with most other plumbing companies, Whitten Plumbing takes responsibility for any water heater repairs on your unit for entire timeframe of your water heater warranty!
Here’s what to expect after scheduling your water heater replacement with Whitten Plumbing: a skilled plumber will arrive at your home with a new Rheem water heater and will go over all the details of the water heater installation with you. Once you are satisfied, our plumbing professional will begin draining your old leaky water heater. After the old water heater is drained, we’ll disconnect it and carefully remove it from your home. Next we will install your new water heater with all new water supply lines and replace your old gas flex (or make the electrical connections on electric models.) Then we’ll fill your new water heater and evacuate any air from your plumbing pipes. Finally our plumber will light your new water heater and explain all the features to you.
After completing the water heater installation, we will clean up after ourselves and even haul off your old hot water heater for free! There is no reason you can’t have your hot water heater working again TODAY! Call Whitten Plumbing now and get your home back to normal before the end of the day!
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We are a Rheem water heater authorized dealer. By clicking on the Rheem logo you can get a closer look at the water heaters we offer, but here’s a brief description of the different types of water heaters we can install. Don’t forget we do offer warranties on all of our water heaters ranging from 6 years to a lifetime!
Tank Water Heaters
Tank water heaters are the most common style of water heater. Tank water heaters store water in a tank that is heated until it is needed for use. Then the tank refills and the process starts all over again. We install a variety of tank water heaters including gas water heaters, electric water heaters, and hybrid electric water heaters that can save you money. Have a commercial plumbing project? We can take care of that as well!
Tankless Water Heater
Tankless water heaters are quickly becoming the most popular type of water heater in Little Rock. There’s no need for a tank to hold the water because it is heated immediately as needed! So you’ll never run out of hot water again no matter how much hot water you use! Also, instead of having a constant gas-fed flame heating your water and costing you money all year long, tankless water heaters only use energy when you demand hot water! The same applies for the electric tankless water heaters that we offer. You’ll be able to save money on your utility bills while never running out of the hot water you need to wash dishes, shower, and do laundry!
Our local plumbers are happy to help you determine which type of water heater is best for your home! For water heater installation in Little Rock, just call Whitten Plumbing!
Water Heater Installation
There are many benefits to having a fully-functioning water heater, but to ensure that your water heater is functioning properly, it’s important to install your system correctly. (Trust us, you’ll thank us for this tip when you get your utility bill this month!)
You could always install your water heater yourself. If you want to save time and ensure that the job gets done 100% successfully, however, you should call in the pros.
Here at Whitten Plumbing, our team of skilled water heater installation technicians will help you install your system, provide thorough cleanup, and even cart off your old water heater for free if need be. Contact us today!
Water Heater Repair
Unfortunately, several problems can potentially occur with your water heater – everything from small leaks and sediment buildup to large-scale mechanical malfunctions. Depending on the specific nature of your water heater damage, as well as the type of unit you have, repair costs will vary greatly.
However, no matter what the nature of your water heater damage is, one thing’s for sure: here at Whitten Plumbing, we’re dedicated to efficiently repairing your heater unit at an affordable price.
Contact Whitten’s team of water heater repair experts today – we’re always happy to answer any questions you may have and talk with you about our wide variety of services.
Water Heater Maintenance
To ensure that your water heater continues to work properly, maintaining your unit is crucial. Here are two signs that it may be time to enact a water heater maintenance plan:
Strange noises are coming from your water heater. When this happens, it’s often because harmful debris has built up on the bottom of your water heater’s tank, meaning that your heater will not be able to function if the problem isn’t rectified!
You notice moisture or water buildup around your water heater. Even the slightest leak may lead to unfortunate consequences for your heater.
Do you want to learn more about how to maintain your water heater? Call Whitten Plumbing today!
How do I know when to replace my water heater?
Are you concerned that your water heater may be on the fritz? In this case, there are a few signs to watch for.
If you notice abnormal sounds or moisture buildup coming from your heater, or your heater is over 10 years old, it may be time to replace your unit. When you begin the search for a new water heater, it’s crucial to pick the water heater that best suits your lifestyle, overall budget, and water usage.
Your water heater may need replacing, or it may just need some simple TLC. To find out for sure, contact Whitten Plumbing today! Our skilled technicians are happy to answer any other questions you may have as well.
What is the life expectancy of water heaters?
Even with regular maintenance, all water heaters have a shelf life. Though this doesn’t mean you should neglect your heater – proper maintenance procedures can help significantly extend your heater’s lifespan and save money in the long run.
Depending on the make and model of your water heater, the life expectancy of your unit is estimated to be anywhere from 8-12 years. Most heaters begin to break down once they hit the 10-year mark.
If you’re ready to begin the water heater replacement process, contact Whitten Plumbing today! Our local experienced plumbers are here to answer your questions and provide high quality services, no matter what.