Water Heater

Your water heater can amount to almost 30% of your electric bill. We can make sure you have a properly installed and working water heater. From the pan to the plumbing, we’ve got you covered. New codes require expansion tanks on all water heaters to help with the influx of pressure in your plumbing system. For electric water heaters, tankless water heaters, or gas water heaters, call a trained plumbing contractor. Improper installations can cause electrical fires, water heater inefficiencies, and flooding. We can choose the right water heater and install the correct fit for your home and family. We get our water heaters from a plumbing supply store, not a big box store. Don’t overpay for a sub par water heater. We use State water heaters that come with a 6 year tank warranty and we also warranty our labor. 

“Choose Bourgoing Plumbing when it comes to water heaters!”

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