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Water Heater Service in St. Paul

Eagan Water Heater Experts Serving the Greater Twin Cities Area

As a homeowner, water heaters can be a source of tremendous frustration. Whether your heater simply isn’t producing enough hot water to supply your home, or your system has sprung a leak that could potentially cause tremendous damage, you need a St. Paul water heater service technician who can respond quickly and provide you with the help you need to get your heater running smoothly again. At HomeWorks, we take pride in being there for you and your home, and you can trust our experts to get your water heater issues resolved as soon as possible.

We proudly service all different makes and models of water heaters, including gas and electric systems. We install and service traditional tank-style models and modern, state-of-the-art tankless water heaters. Whether you have a small apartment or a large home with complex water heating needs, we have the tools and experience to fix it properly and provide you with the customer service you won’t find anywhere else. We’re even available 24/7 for emergencies and provide same-day service when you’ve got an urgent issue that needs professional attention.

Trust the Twin Cities water heater experts at HomeWorks and make sure the job gets done right! Call us today to schedule your appointment.

Get the Water Heater Services You Need Today!

Whether you need a malfunctioning system inspected and repaired or your old water heater switched out, HomeWorks can get it done. We make the process easy — when you need your new system installed, we take care of the paperwork, including pulling the proper permits so the project can get done as soon as possible. We can install brand new tank-style water heaters similar to what you likely have already, or we can even outfit you with modern, ultra-efficient tankless water heater technology!

We proudly offer the following services for gas & electric water heaters:

The cost of your repair will depend on the parts that need replacing or the length of time required. Older water heaters may need to be updated. We can recommend tried and true water heaters for replacement and complete the installation. Rest assured that we will let you know the price before we start our work and stick to that price during the job. We won’t surprise you with unexpected fees on your final bill.

Tankless Water Heater Retrofitting

Tank-style water heaters have been the standard for years, but today their risks have gotten to the point where they outweigh their benefits. Tank-style water heaters face several unique problems that modern tankless water heaters don’t face. If you want to make the switch to an energy-efficient tankless water heater, our experts can work with you to choose the perfect appliance for Minnesota’s frigid winter weather. With a tankless system, you can enjoy the benefits of limitless hot water on demand and avoid the potential hazards that a tank-style heater can carry.

Let our Twin Cities water heater experts service your water heater! Contact HomeWorks today to request same-day service in St. Paul, Minneapolis, or nearby.

Water Heater FAQs

Which is better, tank or tankless water heaters?

It will depend on your needs and budget. If you have a large family, a conventional water heater with a large storage tank may provide the best performance for the price; if you exceed the flow rate of a tankless water heater, you may need to add another to keep the hot water flowing. For smaller families, a tankless water heater may provide all the necessary hot water while minimizing energy costs over its service life, though it will cost more initially.

How do I know what size water heater I need?

In general, a 20- to 30-gallon water heater will suffice for one or two people, while two to four people will need a 30- to 40-gallon water heater. For families of five or more, a 50- to 60-gallon water heater may be best. If you need help choosing the right water heater for your Twin Cities home, talk to our team at HomeWorks.

My water has been smelling funny — is it my water heater or water supply?

Run your hot water and cold water for a few minutes. If the smell comes from both the cold and hot tap, the issue is likely with your water supply. If the smell comes only from the hot water faucet and smells like rotten eggs, the water heater may be the culprit. The odor is likely caused by hydrogen sulfide, which can be created when the magnesium anode rod is worn and needs to be replaced. Another source of hydrogen sulfide is sulfur bacteria, which are harmless but may encourage the growth of other microorganisms. To have your water heater serviced, contact our team at HomeWorks today.

How long will a water heater last?

Most conventional water heaters will last eight to 10 years before they need to be replaced, while tankless water heaters can last 20 to 25 years. To get the most from your water heater, have it serviced annually by our team at HomeWorks. This service is included with “The Works Plan,” our comprehensive maintenance program that covers routine maintenance for your heating, cooling, and plumbing systems.

Why is my water heater leaking?

Ensure the tank’s drain valve is closed, then check the pressure release valve, hot water, and cold water connections for leaks. If none of these is the source, the tank itself may be leaking, which means a new water heater will be required.


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