Water Heater Service/Repair

If your heating and air conditioning system is the most important appliance in your home, then your water heater is a close second.  Your water heater is responsible for providing hot water to your faucets, showers, laundry, dishwasher and a multitude of other appliances.  As long as your water heater is performing properly you tend to not think about it- until there’s an issue.  Our well trained technicians at All Seasons Comfort Control are here to help.  No matter the size or type, All Seasons Comfort Control can assist with any repairs or maintenance.  If your water heater is growing in age (over 10-12 years of life) and you’d like to consider replacement, we can help with that too!  We stock a full line of tanked and tankless water heaters.  Deciding what type of water heater is best for you can be a daunting process so let us assist you and provide knowledgeable guidance you can trust.  Call us anytime at 215-860-0111 and one of our representatives will be more than happy to answer any questions you may have.

Here at All Seasons Comfort Control we are proud to service, repair, maintain, or replace any make or model of water heater.  Some of the most common water heaters found in Bucks County and the surrounding areas include:

  • Gas water heaters
  • Propane water heaters
  • Electric water heaters
  • Indirect Fired Water Heaters
  • Tankless Water Heaters
  • Tankless Coil Water Heaters
  • Heat Pump Water Heaters
  • Point of use Water heaters

For your convenience we even offer extended warranty coverage on parts and labor on all water heaters installed by All Seasons Comfort Control.  Just ask your representative for more information.

Were you affected by the water heater change of April, 2015?  In April of 2015 the federal government increased the minimum efficiency of many water heaters.  Most of the homes that were affected operate larger models of 55 gallons or greater. You, like many homes in our area, may utilize these larger systems especially if you have a soaking tub or a Jacuzzi tub in your home.  Understanding how this efficiency change affects you is important.  We at All Seasons Comfort Control would be more than happy to answer any questions you may have and we will take the time to explain what this change means to you.

There are several common complaints we hear everyday about Bucks County water heaters.  Whether you run out of hot water too quickly, wait too long for water to heat, or your water is too hot or too cold, we can help you!  Perhaps you just need basic maintenance or a simple repair.  Perhaps you could benefit from one of our hot water circulating solutions, or maybe you need a custom solution as unique as you and your home.  We pride ourselves at All Seasons Comfort Control in offering specific solutions for specific problems.  Your solution may not be the same as your neighbor.  Call us anytime and we’ll listen to your problem and help you form a solution.

24/7/365 Water Heater Repair Service

Call All Seasons Comfort Control to schedule service immediately. We’re ready to help. We even offer emergency water heater repair service, for no additional charge.

Water Heater Replacement and Installation

Sometimes, regular maintenance isn’t enough. Eventually water heaters break down, no matter how well they’ve been cared for. Sometimes the repair is more expensive than a replacement would be. You may even want an upgrade simply because you feel your hot water heater is too small to serve the needs of your family.

Expertise matters when it’s time to replace your water heater. A water heater that has been improperly installed is actually a danger to your home and family. It can flood your home, produce deadly carbon monoxide, cause fires and even create explosions. Believe it or not, many people are injured or even killed each year because of a poor installation.

Never attempt to repair or replace your water heater yourself. Let one of All Seasons Comfort Control’s licensed professionals complete the job for you to avoid any risks to you or your home.

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