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Water Heater Repair, Henderson County, NC

We provide water heater repair for both standard tank and tankless water heaters.

Water Heater Repair in Henderson County, North CarolinaIt is never a pleasant experience to step into your morning shower only to realize you don’t have any hot water or that the hot water runs out far too soon. You may be fearful that you’ll need to purchase a replacement water heater, but here at Benjamin Franklin Plumbing – Hendersonville, we have good news. More often than not it takes only some maintenance or minor water heater repair to resolve the problem.

Water heaters are designed to last between 10 and 15 years, so if your water heater isn’t older than that, water heater repair is going to be a more viable solution. If, on the other hand, you have an older water heater, even if a repair could give you more time, you might want to consider putting the money into a new, more energy-efficient one instead. Our experienced and knowledgeable water heater repair technicians will always give you an honest assessment of your water heater’s condition and age, so you can make an informed decision about whether to continue with water heater repair or not.

We are well-known throughout Henderson County, North Carolina for quality workmanship and providing the best long-term solution for our customers who have either a standard tank water heater or a tankless water heater. We are dedicated to achieving 100% customer satisfaction for water heater repair and all of our plumbing services. If you are having an issue with your water heater or would like it checked out for peace of mind, don’t hesitate to contact us.

 


At Benjamin Franklin Plumbing – Hendersonville, we offer high-quality water heater repair services in Buncombe County, including Woodfin, Biltmore Forest, Black Mountain, Montreat, Weaverville, and Asheville, and Henderson County, including Hendersonville, Saluda, Fletcher, Laurel Park, and Mills River, North Carolina.