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Tank Water Heaters in Forsyth County, GA

Tank water heater systems are a staple appliance in many homes throughout Johns Creek, GA and along the North 400 Corridor. Although they’re not the only option out there anymore, today’s tank water heaters are extremely durable and efficient, whether you choose to go with a gas-powered system or an electric one.

One thing is for sure, when it comes time to install or replace your tank water heater, we’re the team to call. Our service professionals here at DC Cheek Heating, Cooling & Plumbing have been proudly serving the plumbing needs in our community for the last 2 decades. We are committed to treating our customers like family, and that shows in all the work we do. To schedule water heater services in Johns Creek and North Georgia, work with the plumbers at DC Cheek Heating, Cooling & Plumbing.

Need a tank water heater serviced or repaired in Johns Creek or the North Metro area? Contact our team—we’ll get your system “Fixed, At the Speed of Life.”

Should You Go for a Gas or Electric Water Heater?

When you’re planning for a storage tank water heater installation, there are a number of choices you’ll face. One of the most important is which energy source your hot water tank will use. The two most common are electric tank water heaters and gas tank water heaters. Electric systems have an advantage of using an energy source that’s readily available in all homes.

Gas water heaters, however, are not. But they are less expensive to run since gas isn’t as costly an energy source as electricity. Gas water heaters also tend to heat up water faster than an electrical heat exchanger. The right choice for you, though, will come down to a few factors. Be sure to call on our professionals to help you make an educated decision.

Does Your Tank Water Heater Need Repair?

The strain that your water heater goes through in order to keep the water inside its tank heated and ready for use at all times can eventually create operating problems for the water heater. Keep an eye out for some of these signs that something is amiss with your tank water heater.

  • Loss of Hot Water Volume: When it appears that the hot water level in your Johns Creek home is lower than normal (i.e. more people are going with cold showers in the morning), it can mean you have a broken dip tube or some other malfunction that requires repair.
  • Strange Noises From the Tank: A rumbling noise from your hot water tank indicates possible overheating, mixing of cold and hot water, or scaling within the tank due to hard water.
  • Leaks: If you see any water puddling around your hot water tank, be sure to call us for repairs ASAP.

We’ll Handle All Your Tank Water Heater Service Needs

Whether you need repairs or want to schedule maintenance, be sure to reach out to our team. Ask us about our Total Club Care Agreement maintenance program, which affords you one plumbing tune-up a year in addition to other benefits.

One of the things we’ll check during your tank water heater maintenance session is that the anode rod is in good shape. The anode rod is tasked with absorbing rust so that the interior lining of your water heater doesn’t rust. However, this rod won’t last as long as the water heater itself, so it must be periodically changed. Contact us with any water heater concerns you may have!