The Home Energy Experts team offers water heater replacement and repair services throughout the Reno-Sparks and Northern Nevada region.

Our team of licensed and insured plumbers are highly trained on a wide range of water heater models and manufactures and can tackle any replacement repair or upgrade job. If your water heater is not working, or routinely underperforming contact Home Energy Experts today to learn about your options.

Water Heater Repair

The Home Energy Experts team of plumbers are fully licensed insured and have the tools to tackle any repair job. Our service vans are fully stocked with common repair parts that can fix the most common water heater issues. We not only set out to get your water heater system up and running but to get it working more efficiently than it did before.

Water Heater Issues

Having worked on hundreds of water heater repair, maintenance, and replacement jobs throughout the Northern Nevada region, we have spotted some common issues. If you are experiencing issues, our team will conduct a full test to determine where your problem is, and what other causes can attribute to the failure. From there we will provide you with a plan detailing and pricing out the different ways we can repair or replace your system.

Water Heater Corrosion

brown rust stains around your water fixtures in the shower, kitchen, and bathroom is a sign of a corroded water heater. Over years of use, your water heater will begin to degrade and rust. Water heater corrosion will occur more rapidly in homes that have hard water or do not have a whole-house filtration system installed.

No Hot Water

A lack of hot water throughout your house is one of the easiest issues to spot, but it could be the response to quite a few issues. Depending on what kind of water heater you have, gas, electric, or tankless it could be a simple fix, or a costly one.

Leaking Water Heater

Any water leaking from your water heater could be a sign of larger issues. Corrosion or breaking of pipes, valves, and even the tank can lead to serious water damage.

Poor Hot Water Smell

If your hot water is smelling anything other than fresh there may be a larger sanitary issue with your system. Over time your anode rod will break down and become less effective at removing corrosive materials and bacteria from entering your water heater.

Water Heater Noise

Water heaters make noise when switching on and off, however, if your water heater is making strange clicking, banging, rattling, or gurgling sounds it could be a sign that something is broken, loose, or stuck in your system.

Water Heater Replacement

If your home does need a new water heater, the Home Energy Experts offers new installation and replacement services. We will handle all of the permits and planning, sourcing and materials, and the removal of your old system. Our team will work with you to set up the best timeline for your water heater replacement or installation, and all of your investment is protected by the Home Energy Experts Guarantee.

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Types of Water Heaters

Conventional Water Heaters

Conventional gas and electric water heaters have a large tank to store and heat water. These systems are ideal for the average household as they can provide a large quantity of water to handle any routine use. Conventional water heaters are a price effective method, and for the average home, they will perfectly and efficiently provide hot water for a long lifespan. Conventional water heater does struggle to provide hot water to larger homes that are more spread out and have more hot water piping throughout.

Tankless Water Heater

Tankless water heaters also are known as on-demand water heaters are small easy to install efficient systems.Tankless water heaters allow your home to have an endless supply of hot water. Tankless water heaters can be used for larger homes that are struggling with hot water delivery, or smaller homes that do not have a high demand for hot water. Tankless water heating systems are efficient because they do not need to constantly keep a large reserve of water at a high temperature. Rather than having water on standby, the on-demand system will heat water quickly as it flows through it.