Expert Water Heater Replacement and Repair in Longmont

Whether you need to replace or repair your water heater, Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning has the skill you need.

Our proficient plumbing Experts can handle any water heater repair that comes our way in Longmont.

We offer high-quality products—from tankless water heaters and solar/hybrids to regular tank water heaters—so we know how each kind works and can get the job done swiftly and professionally. And all of our services are supported with a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee for a year.*

Replace Your Water Heater

From standard tank water heaters to tankless to solar water heaters, we provide a choice that will meet your needs and save energy.

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Tank Water Heaters

Tank water heaters are a common type of water heater. They accommodate 30 to 60 gallons, with most kinds being 50 gallons. They continuously heat water so hot water is regularly prepared.

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Tankless Water Heaters

Tankless water heaters, also called on-demand water heaters, generate hot water only when you require it. They’re 24 to 34 percent more efficient when installed in homes that consume less than 41 gallons of hot water daily, according to energy.gov. They also last about twice as long as a tank water heater.

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Water Heater Repair and Maintenance

Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning has skills to fix your water heater and have your home back to normal. We can also suggest a preventive maintenance plan that will keep your water heater operating well.

Contact us at 303-647-5749 or set up an appointment online today.

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Save More with ENERGY STAR® Water Heaters

Heating your water can take up a great deal of energy. In fact, the U.S. Department of Energy says it’s the second-largest expense in your household, taking up 18 percent of your gas bill. The only higher percentage is heating and cooling costs.

Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning can help you conserve hot water and lessen water heating costs with ENERGY STAR-rated models, putting in low-flow fixtures and suggesting other energy-efficiency upgrades.