Water Heater Repair

(620) 931-8150

Not giving your water heater the attention it needs can have dire consequences. Without proper upkeep, such as draining and sediment flushing, corrosion can drastically reduce the life of the system.

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Not giving your water heater the attention it needs can have dire consequences. Without proper upkeep, such as draining and sediment flushing, corrosion can drastically reduce the life of the system.

Furthermore, sediment buildup can cause unexpected problems such as burst tanks, leading to extensive damage and expensive repairs. Regular maintenance and mineral buildup prevention also ensure that your water heater is operating safely and efficiently, so that you and your family are not at risk of suffering from a preventable accident.

Don’t let neglect leave you with an unfortunate surprise; take care of your water heater so you don’t pay for it later on!

The process of replacing a water heater can take anywhere from 2-4 hours depending on the model you need and how much work is needed to install it properly. A qualified plumber will need access to the existing plumbing in order to ensure a smooth transition from one system to another. Once installed, you’ll benefit from improved hot water service as well as cost savings on monthly bills.

Installing a new water heater and removing an old one is best left to qualified professionals. Here’s how it’s done:

  1. Scope & Preparation – Your plumber will arrive at your home to assess the current situation and plan the installation. This includes things like taking measurements, determining the type of connection needed, and making sure all necessary materials are on hand.
  2. Shut Off Supply – The water supply to the existing water heater must be shut off before any work can begin, ensuring that no water damage occurs during installation or removal.
  3. Drain Old Unit –Once it’s shut off, your plumber will then need to drain the old unit of any remaining liquid in order for it to be safely lifted out of place without spilling any onto the surrounding area.
  4. Install New Unit – With the old unit removed, the new one can then be put in place by following directions provided by the manufacturer as well as any additional plumbing requirements specified by your local code enforcement agency.
  5. Test Supply Line & Connections – After installation is complete, it’s important to check for leaks along with testing pressure levels within the lines themselves in order to ensure that everything works properly before finally giving things final approval and granting access again for normal hot water use.

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Came out when they said they would, very friendly, Honest and helpful. Will be the one's to call in the future. Thank you for a job well done.

– Terry Kretzschmar

Professionalism, Punctuality, Quality, Responsiveness, Value They are the best . Responsive professional on time service. I believe my service gentleman was Josh he was in and out fixed the problem with my water heater and was polite and got his job done said good afternoon and left. They are the best around Thank you. We appreciate your services

– Jeremy Dyer

We love them! We are a mobile home community and have need for them often. They are fast, courteous and always get the job done, day or night, no matter the issue.

– Creekside Village

I had a leaking toilet, called and got reasonable appointment time. A couple of days later I got a call the repair tech was on the way. Austin was Fast, Friendly, Professional and Helpful. He took special care to clean up the site after installing new components and mopped up the excess water. Definitely will use Potters again

– Morning Max

I was very satisfied with the service and professionalism shown by Bobby Dawes. He is an asset to your business.

Anne Sehie- El Dorado KS

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506 N Whiteside Street

Hutchinson, KS 67501

(620) 931-8150

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