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Niagara Falls Solar Water Heater Professionals

Browse these solar water heater system repair services with great ratings from Thumbtack customers in Niagara Falls.

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JP Contracting Services
4.9
from 44 reviews
  • 23 years in business
  • 66 hires on Thumbtack
  • Top Pro on Thumbtack
Amy S.
Verified review

I contacted Jim to look at my garbage disposal and he fixed it without needing to replace it as I originally thought he would. He also installed a new faucet, and did other work (plumbing, electrical, & heat) for me. Jim is very professional so make sure to call him for any of your repair needs! I highly recommend his services!

D & T Construction
4.3
from 28 reviews
  • 16 years in business
  • 43 hires on Thumbtack
Al N.
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Don and his boys have remodeled (2) condos for me in Amherst. He and the boys put down 7 tile floors and painted 3 large rooms. Don occasionally worked alone to install ceiling fans, a shower door, some wall tiles, install a wall to wall carpet, wood panel a 13 x 13 room, and repair an electric circuit and a bathtub faucet.

Radiant Mechanical Inc.
4.0
from 19 reviews
  • 4 years in business
  • 26 hires on Thumbtack
Marlene O.
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I just had a water heater installed. What really attracted me to this company was their pricing. Their price was a lot lower than any of the competitors quotes. The technicians were right on time and did the job in under an hour. Being a typical struggling college student, I really appreciated how both owners worked with me on a payment plan. They were very understanding with my requests. I would definitely use them again in the future! Highly recommend them.

Monster Home repairs
5.0
from 4 reviews
  • 5 hires on Thumbtack
Peggie G.
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Had to get a cold water line so we could hook up a washing machine. Walked us through exactly what needed to be done and quoted a very reasonable price. Hired on Saturday, job was done on Monday. Very quick service. Will keep the business card and will recommend to anyone in need of their services.

The Furnace Doctor
5.0
from 3 reviews
    Michael H.
    Verified review

    Bill has serviced my furnace,as well as new installation for friends and family. Bill has always completed the jobs in a timely manner and a very competitive price. I have no reservations to refer people to him.

    Q & A

    Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Thumbtack.

    When is it time to replace a water heater?

    Although regular water heater maintenance and water heater repair may extend the life of your hot water heater, it won’t last forever. Most water heaters have a life expectancy of about 10 years. Many water heaters need to be replaced when they’re 8-12 years old — that’s when they start to show signs of fatal wear, such as leaking around the base of the tank. A water heater should be replaced when it fails to sufficiently heat water for the home; if your heater is operating erratically, check first for a blown fuse or a tripped breaker to make sure an electrical issue isn’t causing the problem. Another time to replace a water heater is when you want to upgrade to either a larger model or a more energy-efficient one.

    Why is my hot water not working?

    The most common complaint among homeowners is that their hot water isn’t working — and the water heater is generally the culprit. Typically, it isn’t making the water as hot as you’d like it to be. When the water isn’t hot enough — or isn’t hot at all — run through this troubleshooting checklist for basic water heater repair tasks:

    • Make sure the power is connected to the heater, then reset the thermostat.
    • If it’s a gas water heater, make sure the pilot light is lit.
    • Raise the temperature setting on the thermostat.

    If these stops don’t lead to hot water, it’s time to either check the heating element in an electric water heater or the burner unit and gas control valve in a gas-powered heater. A water heater repair and maintenance company can handle these repair jobs. However, if your hot water heater is eight years or older, it may be time to replace the water heater instead of repairing it.

    Who can fix a water heater?

    When a water heater stops running effectively, it’s best to hire a water heater repair professional to troubleshoot the problem. Whether it’s a plumbing company that offers water heater repair services or a provider specializing in water heater repair and maintenance, most repair companies offer same-day service as well as weekend and after-hours emergency calls. Usually, water heater repair professionals are experts in both electric and gas systems, as well as tank and tankless heaters, and can repair any kind of unit.

    How much do new water heaters cost?

    The cost of a new water heater depends largely on the type and size of the heater. The average national cost for a new water heater installation including a 40- to 50-gallon tank is $350-$780. Most homes don’t need larger tanks, but they are available — for a price. The average difference between a 50-gallon tank and a 75-gallon tank (the next most common size) ranges from $400 to $600. Hundred-gallon tanks are also available, and they can cost double or triple the price of a 50-gallon tank from the same manufacturer. New water heaters tend to be far more energy-efficient, so they can cut energy costs; homeowners may also be eligible for a new water heater rebate from their local utility company.

    Typically, tankless water heaters, which heat water only when you need it, cost more but can save about 25 percent of annual water heating costs, on average. They also lose only 5 percent of their energy compared with a tank unit’s 30 percent energy loss. Note, too, that a water heater with a tank has a life expectancy of 10 years, while tankless units generally last about twice as long.

    The final expense to consider is a possible disposal fee to get rid of the old water heater; some companies include it in the price, while others charge an average of $35-$150.

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