Expert Water Heater Services in Verona

Are you having problems with your water heater? Avid Plumbing is committed to keeping the hot water flowing through your home. Our qualified plumbers have the experience and tools to install, repair, maintain, or replace your conventional or tankless water heater.

No problem is too small or too complex for our team, from inconsistent water temperatures and leaks to part replacement and maintenance. 

Call 608-661-2843 to schedule water heater service in Verona.

Water Heater Installation & Replacement

We can help you select an energy-efficient tankless, hybrid, gas or electric water heater that will reduce your utility bills without reducing the system’s performance.

We’ll prepare the installation site, install and optimize your new water heater, and properly dispose of your old system. We back our water heater installations with a reliable one-year warranty.

We proudly recommend Bradford White water heaters to homeowners in Verona. Their solid engineering and exceptional design make them an excellent choice for your home.

The company backs each unit with a one-year parts and labor warranty and a six-year warranty for the tank. 

Call 608-661-2843 to schedule water heater installation or replacement in Verona or nearby.

Water Heater Repair

Prompt water heater repair is vital to preserving your comfort and protecting your home. Our water heater specialists have advanced expertise and repair skills that allow us to diagnose and resolve problems with your water heater quickly.

We can correct insufficient water pressure, tighten loose bolts, replace worn gaskets, release stuck valves, and more.

Is your water heater malfunctioning? Contact Avid Plumbing at 608-661-2843 to schedule water heater repairs in Verona.

Benefits of Installing a Tankless Water Heater

Tankless water heaters are becoming increasingly common in the area as homeowners seek reliable solutions for reducing water usage and combating rising utility bills. Many of our clients choose tankless systems because they offer a steady stream of hot water on demand.

Properly sized for your family’s needs, tankless water heater systems require less maintenance, have longer life spans, and will significantly reduce your utility bills.

When To Repair or Replace Your Water Heater

Well-built conventional water heaters will deliver 10 to 13 years of reliable operation, while tankless systems often last 20 years or longer. As your water heater ages, you can expect burners and heating elements to wear out, thermostat malfunctions, valve failures, and electrical problems to develop. However, age is just one factor when deciding whether to repair or replace your water heater. 

If your water heater is near the end of the expected service life but delivers reliable, energy-efficient performance and requires minimal repairs, then repair is likely best. However, if the unit needs increasingly frequent repairs or any repair exceeds 50% of the replacement cost, replacement would be more cost-effective.  

Why Choose Avid Plumbing?

The team at Avid Plumbing is committed to helping our clients enjoy superior comfort. We maintain a fleet of fully stocked service vehicles equipped with all the tools and components to deliver the same-day service necessary to service your water heater effectively.

When you need prompt service and unparalleled work quality, you can always depend on our certified and insured plumbers to exceed your expectations.

Contact Avid Plumbing at 608-661-2843 to discuss your water heater needs and schedule a service appointment in Verona.

Frequently Asked Questions About Water Heaters

What are the signs my water heater is failing?

Common signs that your water heater needs repairs include:

  • Insufficient hot water
  • Popping or rumbling noises
  • Cloudy or foul-smelling water
  • Leaking pressure relief valve
  • Leaking water tank

What are some causes of water heater failure?

Common reasons for water heater failure include:

  • Power or gas supply failure
  • Malfunctioning thermostat
  • Clogged flame sensor
  • Faulty temperature and pressure relief valve
  • Loss of water pressure
  • Damaged or ill-fitting parts