Use the following embed code to add our widget to your site. Copy the embed code by clicking on the "Copy to Clipboard" button.

Direct link:

Finding Water Heater Repair Services

If your water heater is on the fritz, the first thing to do is search for a good water heater repair service that can get the job done and work within your time line and budget. In most areas, however, there are several water heater repair services to choose from, all claiming to be the best and servicing top brands, which can make finding the right one for your needs a frustrating task. Luckily, there are ways to ensure you get the right water heater repair service in your area, without the hassle. If you need water heater repair, keep reading to learn how to find the right company for the job. 

One of the best ways to find reputable

water heater repair services is to look at helpful online resources, such as Yelp, HomeAdvisor and Angie's List. Although all three resources are great for finding professional services, they all differ slightly in what they offer. Yelp, for example, is great for reading reviews from people who have used a particular service in the past, which can help you weed out water heater repair companies that have a poor reputation. Angie's List, on the other hand, goes a step further and offers a list of companies that have been vetted and background checked, ensuring only the highest level of professionalism. In addition, all user reviews on Angie's List are verified as authentic, so you can be sure the reviews you read are accurate. Unlike Yelp, however, Angie's List requires a paid subscription in order to access the information you need. HomeAdvisor works similarly to Angie's List by providing verified reviews and a pre-screened list of professional water heater repair companies in your area, but there is no fee to use HomeAdvisor services. In most cases, you'll be able to find a reliable, professional water heater repair service by using the free services on Yelp and HomeAdvisor, but for more extensive projects, Angie's List may offer more substantial information on potential services. 

Aside from using the resources above, many people rely on word-of-mouth referrals from family, friends and neighbors when choosing a water heater repair service. Ask around to see if anyone recommends a particular company or service for water heater repair before starting your search. This can help save you both time and money, and may result in finding the perfect service for your needs. 

Not sure whether your water heater should be repaired or replaced entirely? Take the following quiz to find out! 

How old is your water heater?
Has your water heater had similar issues in the past?
How many times has your water heater needed service in the past year?
Is your water heater covered under a home warranty?
Does your water heater leak around the base of the tank?
Have you been told by a professional water heater repair service that your water heater should be replaced?
When is the last time your water heater received regular maintenance?
What type of water heater do you have?