Professional Water Heater Repair & Installation
in Dallas and Surrounding Cities
Water Heater Hero to the Rescue!
Water Heater Hero’s History
Water Heater Hero is a father and daughter, yes daughter, business that focuses on a pride in quality and accessibility. We never use an answering service, if you call us on a Sunday morning, not only will we answer but we will be pleased to help you. We never use subcontractors or substandard products; our purpose is to provide you with quality service.
In addition to providing water heater services, we also partner with a full-service plumbing company. In the event that your needs extend beyond your water heater repair, replacement, or installation, let us assist you by connecting you with our partner company.
We Have Answers
Common Water Heater Questions
When should I replace my water heater?
A water heater’s lifespan varies from brand to brand. Depending on the type of unit, its quality and how frequently it has been maintained, it can last between eight to twelve years.
Do I need water heater repair?
Yes and no! Just because your water heater isn’t working as well as you’d like it to does not mean that it needs to be replaced; it could just need to be maintained. However, low performance could be a sign that the unit needs to be replaced. Call us today so we can help you determine how old the unit is and what the problem may be.
How do I know if my tank is too small?
Over the years water consumption has risen, homes are being built larger, and manufacturers have begun to only produce larger tanks to meet the demand. If your water takes more than fifteen minutes to heat, you can’t use hot water from multiple locations in your home at once, or you run out of hot water in the shower, it may be time to install a larger tank.
When is a tankless water heater a good option for my home?
Tankless water heaters are a good option if your monthly energy bills are high; because the tankless unit is a high efficiency system it helps to reduce the energy it takes to heat water. Furthermore, if you have a relatively large traditional storage tank unit but still run out of how water in the bath or shower, the tankless may be the solution as it provides a never-ending supply of hot water.
Is DIY water heater replacement a good idea?
Do it yourself water heater replacement isn’t a bad idea but it’s not the best. The upside to calling the Water Heater Hero is that we will remove your old unit, install your new unit, assure everything is safe and up to code, dispose of your old unit, clean the area, and guarantee your satisfaction. Water heater installation can be time consuming, frustrating, and sometimes dangerous. Don’t attempt to install your own water heater unless you’re sure you can do so successfully.