Commercial Plumbing Services
Serving all Jefferson, St. Louis, St. Francois, & St. Genevieve Counties
Commercial Water Heater Repairs and Installations
For commercial buildings, water heaters tend to go through a lot of use. And depending on the type of business in the building, wear and tear can hit hard.
Conventional Water Heaters:
These are the most common types of water heaters found in both residential and commercial buildings. These tanks provide a reliable but limited amount of hot water. Conventional water heaters tend to have a life expectancy of about 10-15 years and can experience many issues along the way. Common problems include water leaks, rust-colored water, popping sounds or a strong odor coming from the water.
Tankless Water Heaters:
Not the most powerful of water heaters, but they are great for continuously providing hot water on the spot. Tankless water heaters tend to have less issues than conventional water heaters because they don’t have the stress and problems that can come with holding water. Common problems that arise can be a buildup of minerals causing clogs, leaks in the system, or just power failure in general.
Gas Water Heaters:
Gas water heaters are the most common type of water heater in both residential and commercial buildings. They are not the most difficult to install, but like any other appliance it is best to make sure it is installed correctly. About Plumbing can install any brand of hot water heater and also perform any repairs. We are able to combat leaks, fix the pilot light, or any other issues that may be a burden.
Electric Water Heaters:
Cheaper in the short run, electric water heaters tend to use more energy over time compared to their gas counterparts. Installation is not always the easiest, especially for a home that is making the switch from gas to electric.
No matter the make or model, About Plumbing will be able to install or repair any amount of water heaters for commercial businesses. Our water heater services have helped businesses solve their plumbing problems for 20 years.