Water Heater Repair and Installation
The luxury of having hot water ready to flow through our faucet or shower valve is something we may take for granted in Las Vegas until the hot water is not there. Few things in the Las Vegas service plumbing business create a sense of urgency more than a water heater not working or leaking. A hot shower in the morning is something that most of us cannot do without. Water heaters in Las Vegas enable us to enjoy a hot bath, cook, clean, do our laundry & wash our dishes.
Are you looking for water heater repair and installation in Las Vegas and Henderson?! We at Superior Plumbing and Drain understand that when residents in Las Vegas have a water heater that is not working or leaking, it needs to be repaired or replaced as soon as possible. The installation of water heaters in Las Vegas & Henderson is a competitive business. Many Las Vegas water heater installation companies advertise a low price & inevitably add more to the original price with additional charges relating to Las Vegas permit fees, earthquake straps, sediment traps, drip pans, exhaust vent piping, temperature pressure relief valve piping, water heater shut off valve, water heater supplies, gas shut off valve, gas supply, hot water heater recirculation pump, check & isolation valves & last but not least, hauling away the old water heater.
It is the goal of Superior Plumbing to provide an accurate estimate before we ring your doorbell. We encourage those asking for a quote on a Las Vegas water heater replacement to have the following information ready:
Where is the location in which you need a water heater repair or installation? The area of town in Las Vegas or Henderson or the nearest major cross streets should suffice. The location of the job will determine the jurisdiction of the administrative authority responsible for issuing the permit your water heat installation.
How accessible is the water heater? Is it located in a second story condo or hidden behind a mountain of boxes? Is the water heater in a garage & readily accessible?
What is the current brand/make & model of your existing water heater & when was the existing water heater installed? It may still be under warranty which will result in a reduction of the new installation cost. How many gallons does your existing water heater store? Is it a gas, electric, power vent or a high a recovery water heater?