McKinney Water Heater Repair & Installation


At McKinney Plumbing Pro, our McKinney plumbers repair and service all brands and models of water heater systems. If you don’t have hot water, the water heater is leaking or you have any other water heater concerns, simply give us a call.

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Residential & Commercial
  • Bathrooms
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  • Disposals
  • Drain Snaking
  • Faucets
  • Flooding
  • Drain Cleaning
  • Tankless Systems
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  • Valves
  • Ventilation
  • Water Pressure
  • Water Treatment
  • Clogged Drains
  • Plumbing Installs
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  • Filtration
  • Kitchens
  • Overflows
  • Pipe Leaks
  • Plumbing Fixtures
  • Plumbing Repairs
  • Rooter Service
  • Running Toilets
  • Showers & Sinks
  • Slab Leaks
  • Water Heaters

The water heater is the type of appliance that you don’t really think about until it has a problem. What makes the water hot? What is the fuel source for the McKinney water heater? How can you tell if the water heater is working properly? Is it safe? What can you do to cut down on water heating costs? What can you do to make the water heater last longer? How do you choose a good one? At McKinney Plumbing Pro, we can answer all of these questions.

Your water heater is probably the second biggest energy user in your home, just after heating and air conditioning. So, it is worthwhile to consider your water heater’s efficiency and expected life. McKinney Plumbing Pro is here to help you take care of this vital resource.

Tankless Water Heaters McKinney, TX

tankless water heater mckinneyMaybe it’s time to consider a McKinney tankless water heater solution. With a tankless water heater, you will never take another cold shower again! Tankless water heaters heat water on demand, so you’re never limited to a fixed pre-heated supply as with a tank. You will enjoy hot water when you want it, for as long as you need it. Take a shower, wash dishes and do laundry all at the same time!

McKinney Plumbing Pro can help you to make an educated decision about what water heater best suits your home's needs with features like longevity, low operating cost, system durability, water heater enhancements, latest cutting-edge technology, environmentally sound, and top of the line safety features to name a few.

If your McKinney water heater is 10+ years old or experiencing any symptoms, it may be time to consider a new water heater. Your McKinney plumber can install conventional gas or electric tank heaters or the newest technology in tankless water heaters.

For a comfortable and clean home or business, hot water is something we can’t live without. Call us 24/7 to schedule an appointment for your McKinney water heater repair. 972-552-7212.

McKinney Water Heater Solutions

Q: My hot water takes forever to get to my bathroom. Is there anything I can do?

A: Actually, there is! There are products available that will allow us to drastically reduce the amount of time and water that you waste while waiting for hot water. When we add a little pump at your water heater and a special valve under your sink in the bathroom furthest away from the water heater, you will have your hot water when you want it. This process is generally non-invasive and commonly involves no mess, no patching - just results. Give us a call and your McKinney plumbing technician will explain how this process can help you.

Q: What is an anode rod and what does it do?

A: Not many people do this but replacing the anode rod can extend the life of your water heater. The purpose of the anode rod is to sacrifice itself to save your tank. Instead of your tank rusting out, your anode rod deteriorates due to an electrolytic process. Your trusted McKinney plumber can check and test your entire hot water heater.

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Q: My pilot light won't stay lit on my hot water tank and I've been told it is the thermocouple. Can I replace it?

A: We are hesitant to encourage inexperienced people to do their own gas appliance installations and repairs because of the danger involved. McKinney plumbers have special safety procedures and tools to minimize the risk of explosion or fire. With the proper skill level, a homeowner can replace a bad thermocouple however, if you doubt your skills, call a licensed plumber.

Q: What causes sediment to collect in my water heater tank?

A: Sediment is normal in all water systems. It is caused by mineral build up and collects in the bottom of your water heater tank. By flushing the tank periodically from the bottom valve of the tank, you should be able to remove most sediment. If you allow the sediment to build up, you may have difficulty flushing it. This, in turn, shortens the functional life of the water heater. For help with this and other water heater issues call McKinney Plumbing Pro today.

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