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Canton Water Heater Installation & Replacement

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My Georgia Plumber has all your water heater needs covered. When you need a new water heater, we offer efficient water heater installation and replacement in Canton, Milton, Cartersville and surrounding North Georgia areas. We have a wide selection of gas and electric models, including traditional tank, tankless and hybrid water heaters.

Knowing When to Replace a Water Heater

The water heater is among the most used appliances in modern homes. While regular maintenance will help get the most from your water heater, replacement is eventually necessary. If you have questions about whether repair or replacement is the right choice, we can inspect your water heater and explain your options to help you make the right decision for your family.

Water heater replacement is needed when:

  • Your water heater is more than 10 years old.
  • The tank is leaking.
  • The hot water in your home is rusty.
  • You hear rumbling and banging noises.
  • The hot water runs out too soon.

If your water heater isn’t working at all or you just want to upgrade to better meet your family’s hot water demand, we offer water heater installation and replacement in North Metro Atlanta to satisfy your requirements. Today’s models offer greatly improved performance and energy efficiency, so upgrading offers advantages for comfort and reducing energy costs.

Need a new water heater? Give us a call or fill out our online contact form to get started.


Water Heater Installation FAQs

How long do water heaters last in Georgia?

Most water heaters last between 8 and 12 years on average, however, with proper maintenance, some can work up to 20 years. The longevity of a water heater is determined by a variety of factors, including the type of water heater, the energy source, the sort of water you have, and how well the unit is maintained.

Are expansion tanks required on water heaters in Georgia?

The law requires expansion tanks in all new water heater installations in closed systems. On the supply line of a closed water system, check valves, backflow prevention devices, pressure-reducing valves, or other devices prevent water from being sucked back into the municipal water supply.

What type of water heater is best for my home—tank or tankless?

Choosing between a tank or tankless water heater for your home depends on several things:

Tank Water Heaters: These are typically less expensive to purchase and install. They're a good choice if your household has a high demand for hot water simultaneously, as they store a large volume of hot water ready for use. However, they can have higher operating costs because they continuously heat and reheat water to maintain the temperature in the tank, which can lead to energy inefficiency.

Tankless Water Heaters: Also known as on-demand water heaters, they heat water directly without the use of a storage tank. They are more energy-efficient as they heat water only when it is needed, which can lead to lower operating costs over time. They're ideal for homes with less space, as they are smaller and can be installed in more places. However, the initial cost of a tankless system is higher, and it may require larger gas lines or more electrical capacity, increasing installation costs.

Consider your household’s water usage, budget for upfront versus long-term costs, and available space when deciding which type is best for your home.

What is the cost differences between tank water heaters and tankless water heaters?

The cost differences between tank and tankless water heaters can vary significantly. Typically, tank water heaters are less expensive upfront, ranging from about $300 to $1,200 depending on capacity and efficiency. In contrast, tankless water heaters generally cost between $600 and $2,000, not including potential additional expenses for installation which can be more complex due to the need for upgrades like larger gas lines or additional electrical circuits.

While tank water heaters have a lower initial cost, tankless models are more energy-efficient and can lead to lower operating costs over time, potentially offsetting the higher initial investment. The choice between the two should consider both these cost factors and the household's hot water usage patterns.

Same Day Water Heater Installations

We understand the urgency of replacing a broken water heater as quickly as possible. We offer same day service for water heater installation and replacement in Canton, Alpharetta, Woodstock and beyond. Same day service is available when you contact us before 2 p.m. Monday through Saturday. In addition, emergency service is offered for nights, weekends and holidays.

Our technicians are vetted, background checked and trained to install all types of electric and gas water heaters. They participate in regular training to stay updated on the latest products. You can rest assured that your new water heater will be properly installed at the most competitive price.

Get an Estimate

We offer estimates and a best price guarantee for new water heater installations. We can provide an estimate through our website with the information you supply for most water heater replacements. Our technicians can make minor adjustments and give you a final quote when they arrive at your home. You can approve the quote before the work begins.

Complete our online form below and send the following pictures to service@mygeorgiaplumber.com:

  • The label of your water heater.
  • The top of the water heater including connections and the expansion tank.
  • The bottom of the water heater, including gas line connection.
  • A full picture of the entire water heater.

Choosing the right water heater is important for efficiency and performance. If you aren’t sure about the best water heater for your home, we can provide information, answer your questions and help you compare your options for traditional tank water heaters, tankless and hybrid water heaters.

Residential KwikComfort Financing With Rheem®

Finance your new Rheem® water heater purchase with convenient credit options. With our special Residential KwikComfort® Financing Program options from Synchrony Bank, you can easily pay for your new water heater with payment plans to fit every budget. Now you don’t have to let a small budget keep you from enjoying hot water in your home.1 Our team is here to help you get started today.

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Residential KwikComfort Financing Can Help Make Your Purchase Even Easier With:

  • Convenient monthly payment options.
  • Competitive interest rates.
  • No prepayment penalties.
  • A simple application process and fast credit decisions.
  • Unsecured, generous revolving credit lines.
  • Open credit line for future purchases.

And unlike Visa®, MasterCard® and other bank cards, Residential KwikComfort Financing provides multiple promotional financing options, including:

  • Deferred interest.
  • No interest with equal monthly payments.
  • Fixed payment with interest plans offering APRs and interest rates much lower than most bank card rates.

Give us a call today at 770-268-2331 to request an estimate for a new water heater and to schedule your installation.

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