Residential Water Heater Repair

Let a Licensed Missouri Plumber Repair Your Residential Water Heater Repair

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Residential Water Heater | Missouri Plumbing ServiceIf you have ever been forced to take a cold shower or tried to wash your dishes when there was no hot water you already know how important a row properly-functioning hot water heater is to your comfort and safety. If your residential water heater is malfunctioning, old, or just needs to be maintained, give Plumbers 911 a call at (816) 326-8643 and we can set up an appointment for a licensed professional to come to your home and repair or—if necessary—replace your hot water heater. We are the go-to source for plumbing professionals in Missouri. We maintain an active database of licensed and certified professionals who are qualified to repair or replace all of your plumbing-related fixtures and appliances. We are here to help you get your plumbing needs resolved and get your life back to normal! Although you most likely rarely think about the water heater sitting in your cellar or basement the fact of the matter is that the appliance is actually a very important part of your daily routine. Without a properly-functioning hot water heater you will be uncomfortable at best and possibly become ill at worst. You will be unable to wash yourself, your clothing, and your dishes. Because of this if you have an issue with your hot water here it is important to have it repaired as quickly as possible. At the same time you do not want to risk using someone who is not properly trained and certified in hot water heater installation. Many hot water heaters use natural gas; natural gas, when burned, produces carbon monoxide. Carbon monoxide is a colorless, odorless gas that can cause all kinds of problems when you breathe it in. If you breathe in enough of it you can even die.

Issues with Improperly Installed Residential Water Heater

  • Cold water
  • Leaks in your walls or floors
  • Damaged pipes
  • Flooding
  • Fire
  • Injury or even death
Because of this it is not worth it to try to hire a discount-contractor simply to save a few dollars. On the contrary, when you are having your hot water heater serviced, it is well worth it to make sure that the person working on your water heater knows what he or she is doing. You need to be certain that the contractor repairing or replacing your water heater has the appropriate training and the licensing to show for it. Fortunately for you, we have done all of the homework for you! Our database only includes technicians who have completed the required classes in obtained the appropriate credentials. Because of this, you can rest easy knowing that the person you let into your home is a professional in every sense of the word. You never need to be concerned with whether he or she knows precisely what needs to be done to ensure that the water heater is properly connected and you have your family, and your property are all protected from harm.

Other Reasons to Insist on a Properly Credentialed Missouri Professional for your Water Heater Needs

In addition to being highly-trained, when it comes time to let someone come into your home and start working on your plumbing appliances and fixtures, you want to know that the person doing the work is fully insured just in case something should happen. You will be happy to know that the professionals we work with carry professional liability insurance so that—in the unlikely event something goes wrong—you have no worries and no costs out of pocket. You simply cannot say the same for many of the “plumbers” out there who are unlicensed, untrained, and poorly qualified. They may work for cheap, but they work out of the back of their truck and, if something goes wrong—which happens all too frequently with these types of contractors—you will be left holding the bag and trying to figure out a way to repair your property. By insisting that our contractors carry insurance we are able to provide you with the peace of mind that comes from knowing you have absolutely nothing to worry about. You can sit back, relax, and let our contractor get down to the business of repairing or replacing your water heater. In addition to being well-trained and fully-insured, our professional technicians are very friendly in our happy to take some time from their day to answer your questions and make sure that you’re comfortable with what is going on in your home. As you may or may not know there are several varieties of water heaters, each with its own unique features and each with its own unique advantages, disadvantages, and costs. If you don’t know what type of heater is best for you, feel free to discuss the matter with the contractor when he or she comes to your home.

Contact a Trusted Missouri Plumber Today!

We believe—as do all of our technicians—that a well-educated customer is a happy customer who is more likely to tell his or her friends about us. Because of this we stress to our professionals that customer service is always priority number one. We want you to feel happy and satisfied after our technician leaves your home. If you have any questions about what’s going on our contractor will be happy to sit down with you and explain in detail the different options that you have in order to get your hot water flowing properly again. He or she will go over your different options and explain the pros and cons of each one so that you are comfortable making the right decision for you. Call Plumbers 911 at (816) 326-8643 today and let us help you get things running smoothly again!]]>

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