Warm-Up in Salt Lake City With a New Water Heater

A warm shower at the end of a freezing winter day is nothing short of the ideal. Comforting water rushing over chilly skin always provides pleasant, warm relief. Have you ever anticipated a hot shower only to be surprised by an ice jet stream erupting from your showerhead? That first sensation might be extremely frightening—and very, very cold! For most homeowners, this is one of the first occasions they consider their water heater seriously. Our winters are harsh, and forethought is essential. To get started on a new water heater or have your current one examined, contact us today.

Of course, we hope the scenario never occurs in your life. However, if it has, you are aware of the significance of having a functioning water heater. Especially when the holidays arrive, and you have company to entertain. It’s unusual to consider them until they quit operating, as it is with many other appliances in your home. However, you are not alone. Water heaters that don’t work are a typical concern among homeowners. Other typical water heater concerns include the following:

  • Leaks. Paying for hot water that you aren’t utilizing is a waste of money. Please contact us to schedule an appointment. Our professional plumbers will detect and repair your leak.
  • Odors. If your water is starting to smell bad, it’s possible that your pipes are corroding from the inside.
  • Sounds of popping. It’s possible that you have mineral deposits in your water heater if you hear a popping sound emanating from it. Make a service request.
  • Water that is discolored. It should go without saying that your water is crystal clear. There’s undoubtedly rust in your pipes if it’s brown or discolored. Don’t even think about messing with this. Contact our experts right away.
  • Brrrr! The water is ice cold. It’s time for servicing if your water heater isn’t providing you with hot water.

We can install and repair any type of water heater!

Tankless Water Heater in Salt Lake City


Tankless water heaters (also known as instantaneous or on-demand) are a terrific addition to any house in Salt Lake City. They require less space, use less energy, and last longer than typical tank water heaters. We’d be delighted to talk about your water heater options with you and set up a tankless water heater in your house or workplace.

Electric Water Heaters

Electric water heaters provide several benefits, including ease of installation, ease of usage, and environmental friendliness. Electric water heaters are normally less expensive upfront, but they might be more costly to maintain. We’re here to give genuine advice to homeowners so they can make the best decision for their property and budget. Call us now to set up a consultation and quote for a new water heater.

Point of Use Water Heater

Point of use Water heaters can help you avoid the lengthy delay for hot water once you turn on the tap. It may seem self-evident, but the time frame you must wait is determined by the distance between the faucet and the water heater. The longer it takes, the more pipes it needs to pass through. Installing a point-of-use hot water heater is a common approach to remove the wait. A point-of-use tank can improve a home’s comfort, convenience, and efficiency.

Gas Water Heaters

When the tap on a gas water heater is opened, cold water rushes into the water heater. A sensor detects the flow and alerts the gas burner. The heat exchanger warms the water by passing it via a serpentine coil. As a result, hot water will be running for your ideal shower experience! The use of a gas water geyser does not necessitate the use of any power. It saves energy by heating water with natural gas piped in from the outside. Contact us to know more.

Gas Water Heater


Faulty water heaters produce rust-colored water, cause excess moisture around your basement, or produce hot water that turns cold fast. This can lead to costly damage and generally cold, uncomfortable showers and hygiene problems.


If you notice a problem with your water heater, it is likely due to sediment buildup or a leak in the plumbing. If you suspect you have a problem, we recommend calling a professional plumber. Our team is ready and waiting to help you with all your water heater needs from identifying the specific problem to recommending the best course of action.  


Our team can repair all possible problems with your water heater and if your heater requires replacing, we can recommend the best replacement options for your home based on water usage and efficiency. In some cases, a tankless water heater may be the best option as it uses less electricity and natural gas than traditional water heaters.

If you have a problem with your water heater or are considering replacing an old water heater, give us a call. We’re ready to help!