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Your water tank is starting to rusty and become smelly
Your tap water is running brown or rusty
You lose hot water in the middle of a shower

Water Heaters

Relying on an old water heater can be both frustrating and expensive. Get water heater installation and repair services you can afford at Bellevue Plumber, Sewer, Septic, Electric, & HVAC.

We’ll come out day or night to look at your water heater and provide whatever repairs are needed to restore your hot water supply. And if we can’t get it fixed, we’ll replace the whole thing with a top-of-the-line unit from a trusted brand, like Bradford White, A.O. Smith or Rheem

Expert plumbers in King, Pierce, and South Snohomish County

When should you replace your water heater?

While some issues with your homes water heater can be addressed with repairs, at some point, replacement may be your only option. Serious issues such as a large water leak and rust damage can require the complete replacement of your homes water heater. If left unaddressed, these issues can cause significant damage to your home. With the average life of a water heater lasting 8-12 years we recommend replacing your water heater every 10 years to avoid any surprises or damage.

Is there any maintenance to make my water heater last longer?

There are a few ways to keep your water heater in working order and prevent any premature issues. The first is to flush your water heater once a year. This is done by shutting the water valve, hooking up a hose to the drain valve located near the bottom of the water heater and draining it completely before closing the drain and turning the water on. Bellevue Plumber, Sewer, Septic, Electric, & HVAC & Plumbing provides this yearly service for an affordable price

Why are professional Installation services important for your home water heater?

Service from a licensed plumber ensures that your hot water supply continues working properly. Calling in an expert makes your life easier. It will take a professional far less time and trouble to handle your water heater issues, and with much better results.

How to know if my water heater is old?

The easiest way to find out how old your water heater may be is by looking for the manufacture date located on the front of the water heater. If you cannot find this information Bellevue Plumber, Sewer, Septic, Electric, & HVAC can verify the age of your water heater on site.


    Are you replacing your homes water heater in King, Pierce, or South Snohomish County?

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