Jack is one of our Northglenn water heater repair experts and is fixing an unitAre you desperate for water heater repair in Northglenn? Be desperate no more - choose our certified and qualified team of water heater repair technicians today. We're confident that you'll be satisfied with our work and that you'll come back to us again and again for your water heater repairs in Northglenn.

Upgrade Your Water Heater Today

Many water heaters can last 15 to 20 years with routine preventative maintenance and servicing. While our goal is to help you get the most life out of your water heater, we also know that water heater technology is always changing and evolving. Modern water heaters are smaller, quieter, more efficient, and less wasteful (and costly).

For these reasons, we recommend that you at least look at what water heaters are on the market every 10-15 years. It could be that purchasing a new water heater will be cheaper for you in the long run, helping you to be water-conscious and eco-friendly in the process.

our team can install any type of water heaters like these Bradford onesWe handle all major brands of water heaters, including:

  • American Standard
  • Maytag
  • Ruud
  • Rheem
  • Trane
  • Kenmore
  • Whirlpool
  • General Electric
  • and more

We can help you navigate the various water heater makes and models on the market, order your chosen water heater, and install it for you as soon as it arrives at our warehouse. Call us today for water heater installation and repair in Northglenn. We're excited to help you choose your next water heater.

Tips for Maintaining a Healthy Water Heater

  • Flush it annually. Your water heater should be fully drained and rinsed of all remaining sediment. This helps keep your water heater running more smoothly, putting less stress on the unit over time.
  • Invest in preventative maintenance. Annual or bi-annual preventative maintenance allows your service provider to spot any leaks, cracks, or hazardous situations right away. This will save you money in the long run because you'll avoid more costly damage repairs in the future.
  • Check your temperature. Many water heaters come pre-set to 130 or 140 degrees - but this is unnecessarily high. Set your water heater temperature to 120 degrees in order to lessen the workload on your water heater, and keep your energy bills low.
  • Insulate the pipes. This will also relieve some stress on your water heater by helping to keep water hot as it travels through the pipes, meaning your water heater doesn't have to work quite as hard.
  • Check the anode rod. If the anode rod is worn, thin, or covered with calcium deposits, it's time to swap it out with a new one.

Our techs do it right the first time