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If you have a plumbing problem, whether it’s routine maintenance, water heaters, garbage disposal or an emergency situation that needs attention right away then we can help. Our Kinnett Plumbing experts are licensed and insured so your peace-of mind won’t be compromised in any way when working with us! Check out some services below:

When It’s Time For A New Water Heater, Kinnett Plumbing Is Here To Help

At Kinnett Plumbing, we understand how important it is to have a fully functioning water heater. That’s why we offer complete water heater services, from installation to repair and maintenance. Our experienced technicians will work quickly and efficiently to get your water heater up and running again. And if you’re in the market for a new water heater, we can help you choose the suitable model for your home or business. With our knowledge and experience, we’ll make sure you get the perfect water heater for your needs. So call us today and let us take care of all your water heater needs.

Water heaters are essential to any home, providing hot water for baths, showers, dishwashing, and laundry. Without a water heater, many homes would be uninhabitable in cold weather. Water heaters come in a variety of sizes and types, and choosing the right one for your home is important to ensure efficient operation and avoid costly repairs. Tankless water heaters are a popular choice for many homeowners because they save energy by only heating water when it is needed. On the other hand, storage tank water heaters are less expensive upfront and may be a better choice for homes with large families or high water demands. If you are still determining which type of water heater is right for your home, consult a qualified contractor who can help you select the best model for your needs.

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Jim, Woodbridge VA
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"Just had my drain snaked and garbage disposal replaced. Yes, I could have replaced the garbage disposal myself, but feel a lot better knowing a professional installed it and they stand behind their work and products. Very pleased with the service and fair cost. Highly recommended."
Gary, Woodbridge VA
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"Great people to do business with. We have had them do a couple of installs for us that we were not able to manage and it could not have been any better. They did neat work and wanted to make sure that we were happy with the job before they left, rather than just do the job and get on to the next one. I would highly recommend them."
Katherine Moore
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"The guys who came to the house were very professional and knowledgeable. They quickly identified the problem and gave me an estimate of the cost before proceeding to do the work. They made the repairs equally fast. Then they walked me through their findings after they made the repairs. I have been using Kinnett Plumbing for years. They are great!"
Susan Townsend
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"Dan & Jack of Kinnett Plumbing did a GREAT job and kept me updated on what they were doing as they efficiently diagnosed and solved my water heater problem. Will definitely call Kinnett Plumbing for plumbing repairs in the future! thank you!!"
Richard Klemencic
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"Kinnett Plumbing is the BEST. We have used him the past 20+ years. Always gets the job done right the first time. Fast to access the repair, and Fast to complete it. Always loved Kevin's joyful personality, very easy to see he loves his job."

Water Heater Experts

Kinnett Plumbing is your water heater expert in Woodbridge. We have been providing water heater services to the Woodbridge area for over 15 years. We are a family-owned and operated business, and we take pride in our work. We offer a variety of water heater services, including installation, repair, and replacement. We also offer a wide selection of water heaters, including gas, electric, and tankless water heaters. We are committed to providing our customers with the best possible service, and we will work with you to find the perfect water heater for your home or business. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation.

Frequently Asked Questions

FAQ's

Homeowners have questions about water heaters. Most people need to learn how they work or how to keep them maintained. Water heaters are an appliance that many of us take for granted. We expect hot water to come out of the tap when we turn it on without giving much thought to the appliance itself. However, when something goes wrong with a water heater, it can be a major inconvenience. That’s why it’s essential to understand the basics of how these appliances work and what you can do to keep them in good condition. By taking the time to learn about water heaters, you can avoid costly repairs and extend the life of your appliance.

The average lifespan of a water heater is about 8-12 years. However, this can vary depending on the type of water heater, as well as how well it is maintained. For instance, tankless water heaters tend to last longer than traditional storage tank heaters. Additionally, regular maintenance, such as flushing the tank and checking the anode rod can help to extend the life of a water heater. Ultimately, though, all water heaters will eventually need to be replaced. By being aware of the potential lifespan of a water heater, homeowners can plan for this eventuality and budget accordingly.

The ideal temperature for a water heater depends on a number of factors, including the type of heater, the climate, and the intended usage. For most homes in moderate climates, a setting of around 120 degrees Fahrenheit is usually sufficient. This temperature is hot enough for most tasks, such as showering and doing laundry, but it won’t put undue strain on the heater or pose a safety hazard.

A water heater can leak for a number of reasons. The most common cause is a faulty pressure relief valve, which is designed to release water when the pressure in the tank gets too high. If the valve is stuck or damaged, it may start to leak. Another possible cause is a crack in the tank itself. This can happen if the tank is old or if it wasn’t installed properly. If you have a leaking water heater, it’s important to have it repaired as soon as possible. A small leak can quickly turn into a big problem, so it’s best to nip it in the bud before it causes any damage.

The answer has to do with the way water heaters work. Most water heaters are filled with cold water from the main line, and then they use a heating element to bring the water up to the desired temperature. The heating element is usually located at the bottom of the tank, which is why it takes a bit of time for the hot water to reach your tap. So, if you’re patient (and don’t mind a little cold water), eventually, you’ll get the hot shower or bath you were hoping for.

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