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Electric Water Heaters In Phoenix
Electric Water heaters
Water heaters have come a long way in energy efficiency; manufacturers are always working toward a more energy efficient product for both their clients and for the Department of Energy. Water heaters, however, are not all created equal. Similarly to car manufacturers, there are good, better and best options when it comes to water heaters. Your water heater is an investment and as such Robins Plumbing wants to ensure you get a product that will keep you satisfied for years to come. High-quality products with great energy efficiency ratings are our specialty.
Water heater Replacement
Electric water heaters come in many sizes and are sized by gallon capacity. Whether you’re in a the market for a 30 gallon up to 80 gallons and more, Robins Plumbing has the right water heater for you with a highly qualified team of professionals to ensure that your installation is done to building code with safety and quality in mind. Our technician will advise you on the best options for your home from beginning to end. When your water heater is installed with Robins Plumbing, you will receive an email every 12 months to remind you that your water heater is due for maintenance to ensure that your investment lasts for years to come with proper maintenance and drainage.
Water heater Repair
If your heater isn’t providing as much hot water as you’re used to or would like it may be time to have a professional come out and test your components and perform your routine maintenance and draining. Water heaters go through a difficult lifespan in the Phoenix area due to our hard water, and while we recommend a softening system that alone is not enough. Water heaters require annual draining to ensure they last as long as possible. Annual maintenance can extend the life of your water heater by years.
Low hot water or no hot water is often just a sign of a malfunctioning electrical component and does not always mean that your water heater has lived out its lifetime. We can test your electrical components, diagnose the faulty part and provide and install new part(s) right on site while