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Water Heater Installation in Sterlington, LA

Here at Gordon AC & Plumbing we know that a malfunctioning or broken hot water heater can cause a lot more than headaches and undo stress for a homeowner. From the complete loss of hot water and the inability to use appliances and bathe, to a water heater that malfunctions and springs a leak flooding a home with gallons of water, there is no shortage of ways a broken water heater can cause issues. This is why the team here at Gordon’s provides fast dispatching and same day service for our customers dealing with water heater issues in Sterlington. Our licensed plumbers are standing by in fully stocked trucks ready to serve you.

We are truly experts in our field, we provide dozens of water heater repairs in Sterlington every year. On top of that we are licensed and well qualified to install a new water heater if your old unit is beyond repair!

Call on our team of trusted local plumbers to provide you with fast, affordable, and courteous water heater installation in Sterlington today! Give us a ring at (318) 202-9144 to schedule your free estimate today!

Common Water Heater Issues

Below is a list of some of the most common hot water heater issues homeowners experience. Rest assured whether you are experiencing any issue on this list we can provide you with quick & affordable water heater repair in Sterlington today!

We Install All Brands & Types

When it comes to installing a new hot water heater, often times the options can be a little overwhelming. Gas, electric, standard, tankless, 40 gallon… It can all seem to be a little too much! This is why when you call on Gordon AC & Plumbing to install your new water heater, we will take the time to walk you through the selection process ensuring you pick the water heater that is right for you!

From usage requirements to energy effeciency and everything in between we will provide you with options for every home size and every budget. No high pressured sales, no bias on brand. Just honest and open feedback and discussion to help you select the water heater the will provide you and your home with the necessary amount of hot water, every day!

Tankless Water Heater

We often get questions from our customers about upgrading old standard water heaters to tankless units. This is certainly a service that we can provide and we can walk you through all of the details that would impact your decision one way or the other. In short, tankless hot water heaters heat water on-demand. This means that there is no need for a storage tank of hot water. Longer lasting hot water supply is the main selling point while energy effeciency is a close second. The higher up-front cost can discourage some homeowners from going the tankless route. Especially when a water heater stops functioning at an inopportune time. Most homeowners who are tired of running out of hot water when running multiple appliances or taking back-to-back showers will consider a tankless upgrade.

Standard Water Heater

Most homes are equipped with standard hot water heaters. This simply means they utilize a water heater that either runs on gas or electric energy supply & stores water in a tank, (usually 40 or 50 gallons). These are far and away the most common type of water heater we install due to the lower upfront cost and easy maintenance. Newer units are more energy effecient now than they have ever been and the overall saving in energy when compared to a tankless unit doesn’t usually lead to a big enough incentive to justify the higher pricepoint.

Gas & Electric

Gas & electricity simply refer to the energy source that powers a hot water heater. Several factors will determine what type of energy supply your hot water heater uses such as the location of your home and when it was built. If you are unsure what type of hot water heater your home currently has, simply locate your water heater and look for a pilot light. If your tank has one, it runs on gas, if it doesn’t its an electric unit.