Ken’s Guide to Water Heaters
Water heater not doing so hot? Looking for a more energy-efficient solution?
Ken’s Plumbing in Greenville, SC can help!
While often forgotten about, a water heater is one of the most important pieces of in-home technology you own. The right water heater can keep your baths and showers comfortable, your dishes clean, and your clothes washed—all at a temperature that works best for the soaps you’re using.
But the wrong water heater could lead to lukewarm baths or icy cold showers when you least expect it—and a damaged water heater can cause flooding or other expensive home maintenance headaches.
Whether you’re having trouble with your water heater and are looking for a repair or you’re interested in a new installation, Ken’s Plumbing of Greenville, SC is here for you. Here’s an overview of the water heater services we offer, plus information to help you choose the right water heater for your lifestyle.
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Contact a professional for your water heater issues
The experienced technicians at Ken’s Plumbing are available 24/7, 7 days a week. Give us a call or use the form below to schedule service.
Dealing with an emergency and need help now? Call us at (864) 392-5470 right away!
Expert Water Heater Repair in Greenville
Did your water heater spring a leak, started making strange noises, or just doesn’t heat the way it used to? Problems tend to arise in heaters more than 10-15 years old, but under some circumstances can start much sooner. If you notice an issue, don’t wait for it to get worse before taking action! Services we offer include:
- Flushing to remove sediments, minerals, and lime that keep your water heater from running at peak performance
- Stopping costly leaks and fixing them for good
- Inspection for corrosion that indicates further problems down the road
- Anything else our Greenville-area customers need!
Thermal Expansion Tanks
Tankless Water Heaters
Conventional Storage Tank Water Heaters
Electric and Gas Water Heaters
Get a professional to install your new water heater.
If you’re going to invest in a new water heater, it’s worth having it professionally installed. An amateur installation may void the unit’s manufacturing warranties, and small errors can cause big problems with venting, electricity, gas lines, and water pressure. Don’t risk creating expensive and (potentially dangerous) damages to your brand new heater. Let one of our knowledgeable professionals install it for you to ensure it works well for years to come.