Free in-home estimates
Manufacturer warranty + 1-year labor warranty
Installation price: Starting at $475
Average time to complete: 2–3 hours
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Straight forward pricing • 100% satisfaction guarantee • No extra charges for after-hour service
Don't see the brand you want? We can still get it and install it for you.
Contact us online or call us at 770.594.9969 to schedule an appointment. We'll call you to confirm your time and send you a confirmation email with a picture of your plumber, so you know who to look for.
We'll come to your home (for free) and talk with you about your water usage and preferences. We'll help you find a system that's perfect for your family, and then give you options with straightforward pricing for each.
On the day of the install, our team of plumbers will:
Wear shoe covers and lay down drop cloths to protect your home.
Install your new water heater tank (most likely within a few hours).
Leave your home in the same condition we found it—if not better.
If you're not happy, we didn't do our job right. After your installation, we'll send you a follow-up survey asking how we did. If you're not happy with our service, let us know.Schedule estimate
If you're starting to see the signs below, it's time to think about replacing your water heater.
Your unit is 10–20 years old. Most tank-style water heaters won't live past 20 years. If you're not taking good care of your water heater by getting annual flushes and replacing the anode rod every 4–5 years, you might need to replace your system even sooner.
You keep running out of hot water. This means your water heater is either too small or on its way out. Either way, it can't keep up with how much hot water your home needs.
Your water bills have increased. This could be a sign that your water heater is getting older and losing efficiency. Less efficiency means higher water bills.
You see rust-colored water. Brown or rusty water is a sign that something (your water heater or pipes) is corroding. If it's your water heater, a repair isn't an option. You'll need to replace it.
The tank itself has a leak. Once the tank body has sprung a leak and water starts filling the pan below the unit, that's the end of your water heater. You'll need a new one right away.