Don’t wait until it is too late. If you wait too long to replace your raging water heater it could result in costly water damage to your home. You might have seen our truck in your neighborhood, we just recently installed a new Energy efficient water heater at your neighbor’s house. Your neighbor will now enjoy hot water without the worries of a leaking water heater for years to come. If you are interested in replacing your water heater, we would appreciate you considering our company.

We were founded over 120 years ago and are a full-service installation, plumbing, heating and air conditioning contractor offering a complete line of energy efficient tank style and tankless water heaters. Our trained service technicians are available 7 days a week, 24 hours a day.

We offer top quality installations at a competitive price while keeping you, our customer, part of the team. Our company goal is to provide you with the optimum value for your investment.

We would like to assist you with any questions concerning your water heater. Call today for a free no obligation in home evaluation.

Don’t wait for your water heater to fail: Some signs that you should replace your water heater.

  • The tank has visible signs of leaking. Sometimes this can be seen as a puddle of water or it may be seen as a dried-up water spot. Don’t be fooled by the dried-up water spots! As a water heater heats up and expands and contracts the leaks can come and go.
  • Age water heater. This is a very critical indicator having been in business for over 120 years we find that the average life of the water heater in the wind and fire is between 7 to 12 years. Area has a relatively high-water content which can be detrimental to the life of a water heater.
  • Hot water is rusty in color. Rusty color can be a sign that the tank is rusting from the inside. It is also possible that the rust could be caused from old galvanized piping in the house.
  • The water heater rumbles and makes a knocking sound when the water is heating up. This rumbling occurs from sediment that has been building up on the bottom of the tank. When that settlement is heated and reheated it will harden to form a thick layer at the bottom of the water heater. This is a very good sign that the water heater is nearing the end of his life. This also reduces the efficiency of the water heater because the burner must heat the calcium first before he can get to the water.
  • Running out of hot water. There could be many causes for running on a hot water, but if you’ve had no changes in your household and you find yourself running short of hot water and it never used to be a problem this could be a sign that the dip tube is broken or a large amount of sediment has built up in the water heater.

How to determine the age of your water heater

All water all water heaters will have a date code imprinted on their nameplate. This nameplate is typically found on the front of the water heater. The date may also be embedded in the serial number. See below how to find the date for some of the major manufacturers.

Bradford White

The first two characters of the serial number represent the year and month of manufacture. The remainder of the serial is a sequential production number, seven digits in length before December 2007 (DM), and eight digits in length after.

The first two numbers of the serial number represent the month and the third and fourth numbers represents the year of manufacture.

GE Water Heaters

GE water heaters are manufactured by Rheem and use the same nomenclature as Rheem. The first two numbers of the serial number represent the month and the third and fourth numbers represents the year of manufacture.

AO Smith and American Water Heaters

There are two date formats that are used with these water heaters,  2008 to present and pre 2008

Pre 2008

The third letter is the month of production and the fourth and fifth is the year of production. The month is designated by a letter code. A = January, B = February, C = March, D = April, E = May, F = June, G = July, H = August, J = September, K = October, L = November, M = December

2008 to Present

The first two numbers are the Year of production and the third and fourth are the week of production.


We have a number of different ways that you might finance your project. Whether it be Special financing for 1 year with approved credit through Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., Reduced Rates to No Interest programs with Greensky  or an Energy Efficiency Loan through the HERO® Program, we’ve got you covered.

Each program has their own unique benefits, give us a call to discuss the best financing options for you.