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Homeowners have relied on these budget-friendly models for decades, and that’s why Benjamin Franklin plumbers specialize in repairing, replacing, and maintaining them. Call us 24/7 to bring out one of our expert plumbers to get your hot showers — and your life — back on track.

Water Heater Repair

Without hot water, your daily routine screeches to a dead stop. If your hot water heater goes belly up, you don’t have time to lose. First of all, hot water is a crucial ingredient of your daily life. You need your hot water restored to maintain your routine. Next, a broken heater can leak gallons of water throughout your home. Our water heater experts bring your hot showers back, while preventing a water-leakage disaster.

Water Heater Replacement

Often when traditional heaters fail, they leak gallons of water everywhere. In these disasters, the cost of replacing the heater pales in comparison to the damage done. That’s why many homeowners choose to replace hot water heaters at the first sign of trouble. Whether you replace your heater with a traditional model or an elite tankless water heater, we’re your on-call experts.

Water Heater Sediment Flush

Over time, the minerals and sediments in water destroy your heater’s crucial components, putting you at risk for a broken water heater and costly water damage. Extend your water heater’s life with a yearly sediment flush — to ensure you get your money’s worth. Also, check out our protection plans to make a sediment flush a regular event.

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Five Benefits of Tankless Water Heaters

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