Water heater repair or replacement

Is your water running too hot or too cold? Are you running out of hot water too quickly?

At Phoenix Plumbing and Drain Service, we have extensive experience in maintaining, repairing, and installing water heaters.

Water Heaters

We know how inconvenient it can be when your water heater is not working properly. Phoenix Plumbing and Drain Service repairs and replaces gas, electric, and tankless water heaters. We also will work with your existing current warranty.

Water Heater Maintanence

Did you know that your water heater needs to be drained and flushed every year? This helps maintain your water heater by keeping build up out and keeping the inside of the tank clean. Also, it’s important to make sure that the anode rod is in tact and working properly. An anode rod protects the inside of the tank from rusting. Please call Phoenix Plumbing and Drain Service to flush and inspect your water heater.

Repairing or Replacing

Before deciding whether to repair or replace your water heater, we will complete a diagnostic assessment of your water heater by testing the elements and thermostats to ensure they are functioning properly. If a repair is needed, we promise to install quality replacement parts in a timely manner. If a replacement is needed, we will assist you in choosing the right type of water heater for your budget and water usage needs. We are also able to work with your existing warranty if your water heater fails within the warranty date.

At Phoenix Plumbing and Drain Service, we will maintain, repair, replace your water heater in a timely manner at a fair price. Call Phoenix Plumbing and Drain Service today to schedule service for your water heater.

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Covid-19 Safety is our number one priority. Here are some measures we are taking to help keep you & our team safe:

Our technicians are wearing personal protective gear such as masks. Single-use gloves and boot covers are worn by request when inside customer homes and businesses.

Technicians are washing their hands thoroughly with soap and water or using hand sanitizer as often as possible including before and after jobs.

Whenever possible, technicians are respecting social distancing rules and will remain home when sick.

Technicians are frequently disinfecting equipment and items that they come in contact with.