If you live in the Schenectady area and are looking for a reliable plumber to install and service your hot water heater, look no further than Empire State Plumbing! Unlike most plumbers who have general-purpose plumbing knowledge, hot water heaters are our specialty, so we have the expert knowledge to efficiently service a water heater’s many moving parts.
With over three decades of experience and countless happy customers, we’re the Schenectady area’s one-stop shop for your hot water heating needs. Does your hot water tank have a leak? Are you noticing unusual sounds or smells from your water heater? No matter your issue, Empire State Plumbing is available to come take a look and diagnose what’s wrong with your hot water heater. If your hot water heater can be fixed, we’ll fix it then. If not, we’ll walk you through the process of purchasing a replacement heater and install it for you!
You can’t plan when your hot water heater will suddenly fail. Whether it’s early morning or the middle of the night, our plumbers are standing by to be at your service. We have a 24/7 Emergency Service hotline so we can attend to your hot water heating problems no matter the hour. Think something may be wrong with your hot water heater? Learn more about our Schenectady Hot Water Tank Repair.
Experienced Water Heater Installation & Repair for Schenectady Residents
What does this all mean for Schenectady residents? It means expert hot water heater services you can trust that won’t break the bank! Instead of shopping with a Big Box chain store that hooks buyers in with low prices but fails to live up to quality and service standards in the long term, when you buy a hot water heater from Empire State Plumbing, we’ll make sure you’re fully satisfied with your purchase.
While other companies may charge customers extra hidden fees to take away their existing water heater or charge extra for extra fittings or valves they need, those services are included in our installation fee. Empire State Plumbing’s installation includes the removal of the existing water heater, as well as redoing the venting, plumbing, and gas piping for your new water heater.