Proline Provides Water Heater Repair, Replacement, And Instillation Of New: Gas, Tank-less And Electric Water Heaters.

Proline Provides Water Heater Repair, Replacement, And Instillation Of New: Gas, Tank-less And Electric Water Heaters.

Proline Provides Water Heater Repair, Replacement, And Instillation Of New: Gas, Tank-less And Electric Water Heaters.

Having Water Heater Issues?

Finding yourself walking out to the garage several times a week in search of what is making that awful banging noise? Well you’re in luck! Proline not only offers comprehensive plumbing services but we also repair, service, and replace water heaters too! Depending on your property and size of your family, whether it be an office space or residential home, there are a variety of different units that can be installed to supply your hot water needs.

Here at Proline we supply all types of water heaters, from 10-150 gallon: gas, electric, and tank-less – a short consultation is all we need to identify which unit will be the best fit for your home or business.

The most common type of unit you find in residential homes are gas powered water heaters. Depending on your unit’s age and type, a simple repair or maintenance might be all you need to get it back up and running as it should.

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Having Water Heater Issues?

Finding yourself walking out to the garage several times a week in search of what is making that awful banging noise? Well you’re in luck! Proline not only offers comprehensive plumbing services but we also repair, service, and replace water heaters too! Depending on your property and size of your family, whether it be an office space or residential home, there are a variety of different units that can be installed to supply your hot water needs.

Here at Proline we supply all types of water heaters, from 10-150 gallon: gas, electric, and tank-less – a short consultation is all we need to identify which unit will be the best fit for your home or business.

The most common type of unit you find in residential homes are gas powered water heaters. Depending on your unit’s age and type, a simple repair or maintenance might be all you need to get it back up and running as it should.

CALL NOW

Having Water Heater Issues?

Finding yourself walking out to the garage several times a week in search of what is making that awful banging noise? Well you’re in luck! Proline not only offers comprehensive plumbing services but we also repair, service, and replace water heaters too! Depending on your property and size of your family, whether it be an office space or residential home, there are a variety of different units that can be installed to supply your hot water needs.

Here at Proline we supply all types of water heaters, from 10-150 gallon: gas, electric, and tank-less – a short consultation is all we need to identify which unit will be the best fit for your home or business.

The most common type of unit you find in residential homes are gas powered water heaters. Depending on your unit’s age and type, a simple repair or maintenance might be all you need to get it back up and running as it should.

CALL NOW

Repair Or Replace?

Before choosing to repair or replace your water heater unit there are a few factors to take into consideration.

First, is your water heater out of warranty? If so, replacement could be the most efficient option. Often times the cost savings of a new unit will outweigh the cost to repair the lack of performance in your old water heater.

Second, is your water heater more than 8-12 years in age? Depending on maintenance, if your unit is reaching its 10-year mark it is probably time for replacement.

Common problems you will start to see in an aging unit are: leaking around the base of the tank, slow hot water recovery, loud popping or banging noises from inside the tank, the pilot light going out, an unpleasant smell when water is used, or even traces of metal or rust in tank’s water. If you are experiencing one or more of these problems – call a licensed professional immediately. Chances are you are overdue for servicing or in need of a new water heater.

CALL NOW

Repair Or Replace?

Before choosing to repair or replace your water heater unit there are a few factors to take into consideration.

First, is your water heater out of warranty? If so, replacement could be the most efficient option. Often times the cost savings of a new unit will outweigh the cost to repair the lack of performance in your old water heater.

Second, is your water heater more than 8-12 years in age? Depending on maintenance, if your unit is reaching its 10-year mark it is probably time for replacement.

Common problems you will start to see in an aging unit are: leaking around the base of the tank, slow hot water recovery, loud popping or banging noises from inside the tank, the pilot light going out, an unpleasant smell when water is used, or even traces of metal or rust in tank’s water. If you are experiencing one or more of these problems – call a licensed professional immediately. Chances are you are overdue for servicing or in need of a new water heater.

CALL NOW

Repair Or Replace?

Before choosing to repair or replace your water heater unit there are a few factors to take into consideration.

First, is your water heater out of warranty? If so, replacement could be the most efficient option. Often times the cost savings of a new unit will outweigh the cost to repair the lack of performance in your old water heater.

Second, is your water heater more than 8-12 years in age? Depending on maintenance, if your unit is reaching its 10-year mark it is probably time for replacement.

Common problems you will start to see in an aging unit are: leaking around the base of the tank, slow hot water recovery, loud popping or banging noises from inside the tank, the pilot light going out, an unpleasant smell when water is used, or even traces of metal or rust in tank’s water. If you are experiencing one or more of these problems – call a licensed professional immediately. Chances are you are overdue for servicing or in need of a new water heater.

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Gas

The most common type of water heater found in residential homes, typically range from 20 to 100 gallons in size. These types of units are powered by either natural gas, propane, or oil-fired. When a water source is turned on in the house, hot water is pulled from the top of the tank for immediate use while cold water enters the bottom of the tank to be heated for later use.

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Gas

The most common type of water heater found in residential homes, typically range from 20 to 100 gallons in size. These types of units are powered by either natural gas, propane, or oil-fired. When a water source is turned on in the house, hot water is pulled from the top of the tank for immediate use while cold water enters the bottom of the tank to be heated for later use.

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Gas

The most common type of water heater found in residential homes, typically range from 20 to 100 gallons in size. These types of units are powered by either natural gas, propane, or oil-fired. When a water source is turned on in the house, hot water is pulled from the top of the tank for immediate use while cold water enters the bottom of the tank to be heated for later use.

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Electric

Although similar to gas powered water heaters, electric units tend to cost less money. These tanks, like gas, will intake and hold gallons of cold water prior to use, and heat the water through two heating elements located on both top and bottom of the tank. These types of units are powered by electricity and are not as energy efficient as gas or tankless models. Electric units typically range from 8 to 100+ gallons in size.

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Electric

Although similar to gas powered water heaters, electric units tend to cost less money. These tanks, like gas, will intake and hold gallons of cold water prior to use, and heat the water through two heating elements located on both top and bottom of the tank. These types of units are powered by electricity and are not as energy efficient as gas or tankless models. Electric units typically range from 8 to 100+ gallons in size.

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Electric

Although similar to gas powered water heaters, electric units tend to cost less money. These tanks, like gas, will intake and hold gallons of cold water prior to use, and heat the water through two heating elements located on both top and bottom of the tank. These types of units are powered by electricity and are not as energy efficient as gas or tankless models. Electric units typically range from 8 to 100+ gallons in size.

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Tank-less

These units provide an advantage to homeowners with limited space, due to their compact size. Unlike gas and electric units, tankless or “on-demand” water heaters do not store water but instead heat the water through a series of coils located inside the unit as it passes through. These type of units also never run out of hot water, they are more efficient because the water is only heated when a faucet is turned on.

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Tank-less

These units provide an advantage to homeowners with limited space, due to their compact size. Unlike gas and electric units, tankless or “on-demand” water heaters do not store water but instead heat the water through a series of coils located inside the unit as it passes through. These type of units also never run out of hot water, they are more efficient because the water is only heated when a faucet is turned on.

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Tank-less

These units provide an advantage to homeowners with limited space, due to their compact size. Unlike gas and electric units, tankless or “on-demand” water heaters do not store water but instead heat the water through a series of coils located inside the unit as it passes through. These type of units also never run out of hot water, they are more efficient because the water is only heated when a faucet is turned on.

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