Water Heater Replacement in Lincoln, NE
We offer upfront pricing to residents of Lincoln and surrounding areas on most water heater replacements. Feel free to look below at our flat rate pricing on water heater replacements. If you have any questions don’t hesitate to give us a call at 402-434-2400 to discuss our water heater options.
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Water Heater FAQ
The size of your water heater can typically be found on a white sticker with the manufacturer's information OR on the yellow energy star label. If you cannot locate the size of water heater you can always send the serial number to a licensed plumber to look up the exact water heater you have. If you have a gas water heater the type of flue - metal or PVC - is also valuable information to provide a licensed plumber when pricing a water heater replacement.
Yes we do install and replace tankless water heaters. However, a tankless water heater installation can often times require modification to the existing water piping, gas piping, and flues to the water heater. For this reason we do not offer a flat rate price for tankless water heater installations. If you would like to have a tankless water heater installed or replaced give us a call at 402-434-2400 and we would be happy to provide you with an estimate.
Most modern water heaters, especially gas, allow homeowners to easily adjust the temperature of their water. However, we always recommend calling a licensed plumber to adjust your water heaters temperature, for two reasons. First, if the temperature of your hot water has changed this may indicate an internal issue with the water heater. A professional plumber can identify these issues and correct them before they get worse. Second, water temperature must be tested after adjusting a water heaters temperature. It only takes six seconds for burns to occur at a water temperature of 140 degrees F, which most residential heaters can reach. An experienced plumber can adjust the temperature on your water heater and verify that it is coming out of plumbing fixtures at a safe temperature.