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Why trust our Tempe Water Heater Pros? Quality of service & affordable rates. Every year we have our plumbing contractors & technicians re-trained so they stay up-to-date with the current industry trends and technology. We continue to improve our craft so that you get the best water heater repair and installation services possible.

Next time you are having hot water heater issues, from leaks to odd noises to murky water, consider giving us a call! We will walk you through your best options. You will have access to affordable part replacements and world class service, from simple water heater maintenance work, to full water heater installation. Let’s get you taken care of, give us a call today!

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Superior plumbing craftsmanship at competitive rates is what sets us apart from the others when it comes to the water heater service jobs we do in Maricopa County, Arizona.

While we are prepared to take even largest of commercial business water heater contracts, we spend much of our time helping local Tempe homeowners get the affordable hot water services that they need. We take pride in making every customer feel valued. We do this by prioritizing finishing jobs on time and within budget (without sacrificing quality).  We understand that reputation is everything, which is why we strive to always go above and beyond for our customers.

When working with us, you get experienced plumbing technicians that actually care about providing outstanding residential and commercial water heater services. Our plumbers are licensed, bonded, and background-checked to ensure that we maintain our quality standards. Give us a call today and see why we are one of the top water heater specialists in all of Maricopa County Arizona.

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Water Heater Repair

Most common water heater repairs:

How much does water heater repairs & maintenance cost?

Water heater service costs vary depending on the type of service needed. Repairs can range from $150-$700 (including parts and labor). Installations will normally cost over a thousand dollars, which includes the replacement tank. Again, this will vary depending on the type and size of the water heater you need installed, as well as the complexity of the installation.  

We suggest contacting us first to see if your water heater is still under warranty. We can often provide quotes over the phone, especially if you can send us pictures of the installation location and tank.

If you believe that your water heater isn’t working properly, reach out to us to learn your options. Regular preventative maintenance could save you unnecessary water heater repair costs or installation, and will drastically extend the life of your water heater.

Water Heater Installation

If you are running into issues with a water heater 8+ years old, there is a high chance that replacing your water heater will be your best option. The good news is that we install water heaters that are commercial-grade and built to last well over 15 years when properly maintained.

While you may be a handyman, we normally advised against DIY water heater installation. The few dollars you think you are saving could cost you much more in the long run due to incorrect parts or installation. Think about your new hot water system as an investment. You want to take care of that investment and have it pay you dividends for years to come. This is why we recommend hiring a licensed plumbing contractor in Maricopa County to handle the job properly for your home.

Wondering what water heater is best for you?

One of the biggest reasons we recommend contacting us prior to your water heater replacement and installation is because of how important it is to have the RIGHT unit for you installed PROPERLY.

Here are some things to consider for your new water heater purchase:

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Power Source

Believe it or not, we have had people here in Tempe purchase electric water heaters from a retailer despite their homes being retrofitted for gas water heaters. Choosing the proper energy source water heater is critical. Consult a plumbing technician.

Water Heater Flow Rate

Your water heater needs to produce enough hot water per minute to meet your hot water demands. In addition, it needs to have a good enough regeneration capacity to do this over and over again minute after minute, year after year. There are modern tankless water heaters available in Tempe that can provide you with the hot water on demand that you are looking for.

Energy Efficiency

You want to be sure that you select a water heater that is comfortable with your budget while providing you the energy savings you want to have. If you want the highest energy efficiency, an on-demand tankless water heater solution may be your best option.

The Size of the Water Heater

While this may seem obvious, we hear from people in Tempe all the time about purchasing new water heaters that either did not fit correctly, was not strong enough to supply enough hot water for their needs, or worse, buying a gas water heater when they did not have existing gas lines!

We understand that your hot water heater needs are unique and deserve a tailored solution based on your budget, space available, usage requirements, and overall intentions. We will guide you through all of the industry’s top brands and making sure it is done safely with the highest standards and with the necessary permits.

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Water Heater Replacement

Different types of water heaters:




Why buy a water heater through a plumbing company?


Water heaters sold to the general public by retail stores or online stores will often be different from the units that your local Tempe plumber has access to. Retail stores sell subpar cheaper water heaters to tempt you into going through them. What you are left with is a lower quality product that will break down much quicker. For example, fixtures that normally are metal may be plastic, anode rods may be made from aluminum, and insulation will be poorer. This will cost you more money in the long run from more repairs, higher energy costs, and lower lifespan.


When you purchase a water heater directly from a license plumber, you get to take advantage of installation discounts, along with excellent warranty and maintenance deals. By purchasing a quality water heater from a licensed plumbing contractor in Tempe, AZ, you will have the peace of mind knowing that your unit is of top quality and will be installed properly in compliance with any building requirements.


The good news is that after your new water heater is installed, your gas lines and rerouting plumbing piping are good to go, and your water heater is up and running, you also get the benefit of the plumbing contractor’s labor warranty. These means many common ongoing maintenance require, such as annual water heater draining, could possibly be covered, depending on your agreement.

Despite water heaters being a larger investment and high energy consumer, we often don’t give them the proper maintenance and care that they need to remain optimal. We are fully-equipped and licensed to provide you the smoothest water heater replacement experience possible. Give us a call today to learn what the best options you have available.

Commercial Water Heater Services

We make installing and repairing your commercial water heater as smooth as possible. From a custom tailored solution specific to your businesses space and hot water demands, to finishing on time and within budget, we have your business covered. We understand common issues that affect most commercial hot water systems and have access to commercial-grade parts, should you need any part replacements or ongoing maintenance.

Commercial water heaters vs. Residential water heaters

Most people know water heaters to be the traditional storage take units that you see in basements and garages. Commercial industrial water heaters are often different.

They are often much larger and require additional parts entirely, such a custom-installed recirculation pumps. They can have much larger tanks, or can be a combination of multiple smaller units. Because of this, specialized knowledge for regular ongoing maintenance is vital.

Whether you need maintenance, repair, or a new installation, we have helped many businesses just like yours get their water hot and their commercial water heating system back up and running optimally.

If you are looking for a commercial water heater solution for your business, we will are here to help. You need the best unit that will give you the energy cost savings you want, while still producing the hot water output that you need. Working with the right plumbing company in Maricopa County that is both licensed & insured is absolutely crucial – most especially for commercial water heater repair and installation.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Common Water Heater Service Questions We Hear

Water heater repairs do cost money but are necessary. Average repairs could range from $200-$500 depending on the water heater repairs needed. For example, if your water heater stops working, it could be that the heating element may need to be replaced or you may need a new thermocouple. A new heating element costs between $20-$60 and a new thermocouple can cost between $40-$60 on average. The average labor rates for plumbers are around $70 per hour. So for a 3 hour repair job you are looking at $200+ plus parts. While this may seem like a sizable investment, trying to repair your water heater yourself is hazardous and could result in you spending hundreds on a wrong part, faulty installation, or worse, needing to spend thousands on a brand new water heater due to DIY errors! Hiring a plumber provides you the peace of mind knowing that things were done correctly.

The most common problems with water heaters are usually malfunctions in the cooling system. These malfunctions are often caused by lack of maintenance or improper installation. For example, if your heater is installed where it is subject to freezing temperatures, the coolant inside could freeze, causing your heater to malfunction.

Wonder why do water heaters break down? Water heaters are usually powered by either electricity or natural gas. Natural gas water heaters may be less expensive to run in the long term because they use natural gas, which is typically cheaper than electricity, but these also have a few more mechanical parts than electric models and therefore are slightly more prone to breaking down. For example, if there is no pilot light lit when the heater is running it will malfunction because the thermocouple that controls the ignition process will overheat and shut off safety features stopping the burner from lighting larger flames. If your immersion heater has an anti-scalding device fitted then it can prevent you from getting burned when using hot water, but it’s important to know how it works and what to look out for. You should check that the anti-scalding device is working by turning on your hot tap and running cold water through the faucet closest to where the device is fitted. If you feel a sudden change in temperature, then you most likely need a new anti-scalding device installed because yours might be faulty.

In addition to these malfunctions, gas water heaters may also have problems with carbon monoxide emissions if they are not cleanly burning fuel (i.e., using combustion air). Water heater manufacturers recommend having their products serviced once each year by a professional service person who will keep your appliance clean properly adjusted so that it performs optimally.

It could be any number of things that would cause a hot water heater to stop working. Some reasons for this could be the onset of cold weather (leading an increase in demand for hot water, too little fuel, air in gas lines), age and/or defective parts. The thermostat could malfunction, the gas supply to the pilot light may have run out or been shut off (if the heater has a standing pilot) or there could be too much sediment in the bottom of the tank. Although rare, moving water could also cause a hot water heater to stop working as well as debris in pipes leading from pump that heats up water.

If you’re not so confident in your DIY skills, consider hiring a plumber to install your water heater. When you’re already thinking about hiring a plumber to install your water heater, you may already know that this is one of the most difficult parts about owning a water heater. Because of how complicated and strenuous this process can be, it’s usually best to leave it up to the professionals.

If you want to learn more reasons why you should hire a plumber for your installation or just some benefits in general, continue reading below!

The Right Tools For The Job

One reason that often leads people to consider hiring a plumber is because they don’t own the right tools. Although possible, installing your water heater without the proper knowledge and tools can lead to serious injury. This is especially true if these are your first times installing this product. If you don’t have the right tools for the job, not only will it be difficult to perform your installation properly, but it may also make the process itself more strenuous and complicated as well.

Hiring a plumber is beneficial because they typically arrive with all of these necessary tools already in tow, ensuring that the installation process goes as smoothly and quickly as possible.

Experience And Training For The Job

In addition to having all of the proper tools to get the job done, hiring a plumber also ensures that you’re getting someone with experience and training. Although water heater installations are relatively simple if you know what you’re doing, it’s still quite an undertaking since there are tons parts involved. Even experienced do-it-yourselfers have gotten in over their heads with this project. That’s why it’s important to leave the job up to someone who knows what they’re doing from the get-go.

Aside from knowing exactly what they’re doing and having proper tools for the job, they’ll also be able to offer better support throughout installation process as well. Knowing how to use your water heater once it’s properly installed is just as important as installing it correctly in the first place, so you want someone with experience on standby at all times!

Trying To Do It Yourself Can Be A Waste Of Time And Money

Although many people attempt DIY home projects when there are things that need fixing, some repairs should not be attempted by amateurs. This is especially true if the project involves major renovations, such as installing a water heater. Rather than risk wasting both your time and money on something that goes horribly wrong, you should always leave it up to professionals who know exactly what they’re doing every step of the way.

Hiring a plumber for your installation isn’t just beneficial because their experience allows them to get the job done quickly and efficiently without any problems along the way. It’s also beneficial because they’ll likely be able to finish this job in no time! This means that you’ll be able to save both time and money since you won’t have to constantly pay someone else for help while they struggle with basic tasks involved.



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