Water Heaters

Water Heater Services in Capitol Heights

Ensuring comfort and convenience in your home or business begins with having a dependable water heater system. At Freeline Plumbing Services, we take great pride in providing comprehensive water heater services for commercial and residential property owners.

Whether you need a new system or a professional to service your existing unit, trust our licensed and insured team. We have more than two decades of experience in the plumbing industry and an impressive track record to show for it. 

Turn to us for the following:

  • Installation: We offer installation services for various water heater types, including tankless, high-efficiency, natural gas, electric, and more.
  • Repair: If your water heater is experiencing issues such as leaks, strange noises, or inconsistent water temperature, our skilled technicians can diagnose the problem and perform necessary repairs.
  • Maintenance: We can flush your unit’s tank, inspect components, replace worn-out parts, and perform other maintenance services. 
  • Replacement: If it is time to replace your old or inefficient water heater, let us help you select the perfect unit for your needs and budget. We can expertly install your new system and remove/dispose of the old one. 

For high-quality water heater services in Capitol Heights, call (301) 246-8398 or contact us online. We can make same-day appointments in emergencies. 

Water Heaters We Install

Are you looking for the perfect water heater for your commercial property or home? Our team can guide you through the selection process, helping you consider essential factors like your hot water use, space constraints, and energy efficiency preferences. 

Your water heater options include:

  • Tankless water heaters: Tankless water heaters heat water on demand and do not feature a storage tank. These units are highly efficient and compact and provide a virtually endless stream of hot water. They are an excellent choice if you are looking to save space and reduce energy consumption.
  • High-efficiency water heaters: High-efficiency water heaters utilize advanced technology to maximize energy efficiency and reduce utility costs. These units may include condensing tankless water heaters, heat pump water heaters, or condensing storage tank water heaters.
  • Point-of-use water heaters: Point-of-use water heaters are compact units designed to provide hot water directly at the source of use, such as sinks, showers, or appliances. These units eliminate the need for long hot water pipes and minimize heat loss, providing near-instant hot water wherever needed.
  • Energy-saving water heaters: Energy-saving water heaters incorporate features that reduce energy consumption and minimize water waste. These include high-efficiency components, programmable settings, insulation enhancements, and smart technologies. 

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Signs Your Water Heater Has a Problem

Recognizing the signs of a malfunctioning water heater is crucial to addressing problems early and preventing potential disruptions. If you see any indication of trouble, turn to our water heater experts at Freeline Plumbing Services. 

Signs to watch for include:

  • Inconsistent water temperature: Sudden fluctuations in water temperature could stem from a malfunctioning thermostat, heating element, or sediment buildup in the tank.
  • No hot water: If your water heater fails to produce hot water, it could be due to various issues, including a malfunctioning pilot light (for gas water heaters), a faulty heating element (for electric water heaters), or a broken thermostat.
  • Strange noises: Unusual popping, banging, or rumbling noises from your water heater tank can result from sediment buildup or air bubbles. Over time, sediment can accumulate at the bottom of the tank, causing these noises and reducing the heater's efficiency.
  • Leaks or pooling water: Visible leaks or pooling water around the base of your water heater are clear signs of trouble. Leaks can occur due to corrosion, loose fittings, or cracks in the tank. You should address them immediately to prevent water damage and flooding.
  • Rusty or discolored water: Rusty or discolored water from your hot water taps could indicate corrosion inside the tank. This may be a sign that your water heater is deteriorating and nearing the end of its lifespan.
  • Foul odors: If your hot water smells foul, it could be a sign of bacterial growth inside the tank. This commonly occurs when stagnant water combines with sediment or other organic matter, creating an unpleasant odor.
  • Age: Most traditional water heaters have a lifespan of around 8 to 12 years. If your water heater is nearing or exceeding this age range, it will be more susceptible to breakdowns and inefficiencies. You may want to consider replacing it proactively.

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