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If your plumbing need is not an emergency, book on Monday, and we’ll waive the dispatch fee!
Call our team today at (214) 753-4633 to book your appointment.
Electric Water Heater Services in Dallas
Electric water heaters are beneficial for several reasons, namely their ability to instantly turn cold water into hot water by pairing resistance-based heating elements. Your electric water heater works hard to take care of you and should be taken care of in return.
For over 60 years, Public Service Plumbers has provided the comprehensive electric water heater services Dallas residents need. Whether you need a system upgrade or want to schedule routine maintenance, we’ve got you covered, and our professional plumbers will complete each project proficiently and promptly.
Ready to schedule a service? Call (214) 753-4633 today or schedule online.
Electric Water Heater Repair
When your water heater malfunctions, call the team at Public Service Plumbers for prompt repairs. Signs your water heater needs repair include:
- Low water pressure
- Lack of hot water
- Strange noises/smells
- Unusually high monthly costs
- And more
Electric Water Heater Replacement
Choose our team for superior replacements when your unit is beyond repair. We can help you select the best electric water heater for your specific needs. When it’s time for installation, our team will adhere to strict standards, ensuring your system is flawlessly integrated into your home and will operate reliably for years to come.
Is it time to replace your water heater? Schedule an appointment with our Dallas plumbers by calling (214) 753-4633.
Electric Water Heater Installation
Whether you’re in the midst of a new construction or looking to switch to an electric water heater, we’ll provide exceptional installation services. After we ensure your system is connected correctly, we will run tests to guarantee it’s working at its best.
Ready to upgrade your water heater? Call (214) 753-4633 to ask about our installation and financing options.
Electric Water Heater Maintenance
Routine maintenance is crucial to your electric water heater’s overall performance and longevity. Scheduling regular maintenance with us is a surefire way to extend your unit’s life span, improve its performance, and cut costs in the long run.
Public Service Plumbers takes the hassle out of managing your water heater’s maintenance schedule through our Shield of Protection program. As a member, you’ll receive exclusive discounts and benefits, including a free water heater flush.
Call (214) 753-4633 to learn more about our maintenance services and programs.
Why Hire a Professional?
Electric water heaters have many complex moving parts, electrical connections, and other components that can be hazardous to the untrained eye. Attempting to repair or install a water heater without the proper training or tools can result in injuries, damage your home and water heater, and void the system’s warranty.
Public Service Plumbers has the tools and knowledge to complete each job precisely and carefully. Our plumbers have roughly 10 years of experience under their belts, so you rest assured that your water heater is in great hands when we’re on the job.
Why Choose Public Service Plumbers?
With over 60 years in the field, Public Service Plumbers is ready to provide any electric water heater service you need. We have professional staff who deliver award-winning, hassle-free service every time. We’re BBB-accredited and guarantee parts and labor for two years for added peace of mind.
Schedule an appointment by calling (214) 753-4633 or contacting us online.
How long do electric water heaters last?
Electric water heaters typically operate for eight to 12 years. However, their life expectancy depends on several factors, including the frequency of maintenance and how often it runs.
What’s a good temperature setting for electric water heaters?
A good practice is keeping your water heater set at 120 degrees Fahrenheit.
Which is cheaper: an electric or gas water heater?
While electric water heaters may be more affordable initially, they may cost more monthly.