Tank & Tankless Water Heater Installation

15+ Years of Experience

When it comes to water heater installation in Niagara Region, you want the best service for your home – and that’s what we deliver at Plumber To Your Door.

We offer our customers top-of-the-line products and services, which is why we’re one of the most trusted names in the industry.

Professional Hot Water Heater Repair & Replacement in St Catharines

Our team of experts is standing by 24/7 to provide fast emergency assistance.

Licensed and Insured. We use the latest technologies and industry best practices to ensure that we always deliver a simple and reliable solution for our customers. Proper water heater installation is crucial: if it’s not installed according to code, you’re at risk of it  breaking down and costing more down the road. We do the proper installation, we do the research before we sell, so you can have peace of mind that your system will operate correctly.

If your water heater is behaving like this:

  • Not Enough Hot Water
  • It’s taking a long time to heat water
  • There is a leak in the water heater tank
  • Water Heater is Making a Rumbling Noise

Get your Water Heater problems fixed by a pro at a fraction of the cost.
We pride ourselves on our honesty, trustworthiness and reliability.

Call your most trusted neighbourhood plumber in St Catharines at (647) 527-3936 to schedule water heater service. 

When You Should Replace Your Water Heater?

If your water heater is 15 or older, replacing it could end up saving you money in the long-run. If you are currently struggling to maintain hot water temperatures at your house, you may need professional service for a replacement. Our service professionals are experienced in repairing all types of water heaters no matter how old they are.

Water heater repair and replacement services are not for the DIYer. If you do not know what you are doing, you risk blowing up your water heater or causing other damage to your home- which could be a major expense! With the trained technicians from Plumber To Your Door, there is no need to worry. We have been installing and repairing home water heaters for over 15 years and we know exactly what we’re doing.

Hot Water Tank Maintenance

Our technicians are certified and licensed to provide the  best services that will get your water heater working properly. Whether it is just one crack or you want to replace an old unit, we can help you get water fast for your family. Give us a call, and our customer service representative will answer any questions you may have.

Water Heater Malfunction?

We are prepared to handle it!

If a water heater malfunctions, it can stop working. This stops the flow of hot water at a time when it is needed most. Fortunately, problems can often be fixed with quick and easy fixes from a professional plumber.

The most common cause of a malfunction of a water heater is sediment buildup. Sediment buildup can reduce the amount of electricity that flows properly, causing it to malfunction or shut off entirely. To repair the problem, an experienced plumber might clean out the drain pan and replace any corroded wires. This will allow proper flow again and fix the malfunctioning water heater.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you need a professional to replace a water heater?

Yes, Water heater replacement is not a DIY Job.  A professional should always do the installation. The technician will have to check your water pressure, electricity, gas line, drain line, and tap water temperature. They must also consider the size of a new water heater in relation to the size of your existing tank or reservoir.

Is replacing a water heater easy?

Yes, replacing a water heater is easy and takes less than an hour to complete. The workers need to shut off the power and drain the water from the tank. They then disconnect any pipes and remove the current water heater. Remember, it's not a DIY job!

How do you know when a hot water heater needs to be replaced?

A hot water heater typically lasts about 10 to 12 years. If you find that your water is not heating up as quickly, this is a great indication that the tank needs to be replaced. If rust or sediment has built up inside the tank, or if you notice any leaks, these are also good signs that it's time to replace the tank. Check for this signs:

Your Water Heater is too Old.
Rusty Water or Heater Inlet Valve.
Water Heater Noise.
Water Heater Leaking.
Water Heater Not Heating.

Why Does The Water Take So Long to Heat Up?

One important reason that is often overlooked is the build-up of mineral deposits in the heating system. These deposits cause a lot of friction, which increases the time it takes to heat up your water. Cleaning these deposits out will speed up your water heater and cut down on costs for you as well as for everyone else.