Gas Water Heater Repair, Maintenance & Installation Services in Dublin, OH
We can repair, maintain and install gas water heaters. To help you choose the right size water heater for your home, we’ll take into consideration the size of your family and how many showers people will be taking at once. When it comes to choosing between various types of water heaters, we will consider things like whether or not you prefer electric or gas. We’ll also look at factors such as cost and efficiency when deciding which type is best for your home’s needs. Our expert technicians are able to install a new hot water heater in any room of your home that has enough space for one—including basements, garages, and attics!
We are a trusted, professional company that has been in business for over 10 years. We offer a lifetime warranty on all parts, and our technicians are highly trained and experienced. Our reviews speak for themselves, so you can feel confident calling us for any plumbing services, including gas water heater installation, repair, or replacement services in Dublin, OH, as well as other nearby cities, including Worthington & Hilliard.
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We make sure everything is completed properly before leaving your home or business premises at the end of each day (or night).
How Gas Water Heaters Operate
Gas water heaters work by heating the water that flows through pipes within the unit. The natural gas for this process enters your home’s gas line and travels through a small tube called a vent pipe to the air intake of your water heater. A fan inside the unit blows air across this opening, which causes more oxygen than usual to be drawn into it.
When you turn on your hot water faucet, a valve opens and allows gas to flow out of the tank into an open flame burner at its base. As this happens, other valves allow additional oxygen-rich air from around these flames into what’s known as an “evacuated” area (meaning there’s very little pressure) within your heater’s tank—where it mixes with hydrogen produced by burning some of that natural gas in those flames. This creates heat that radiates off toward surrounding surfaces before traveling up through coils within them, where it eventually heats up cold water entering from above via another set of pipes called headers; this is then sent back down again through yet another set of pipes called risers so that people can take showers or wash clothes while using only one faucet!
Benefits of Gas Water Heaters
Gas water heaters are more energy-efficient than other types of hot water systems. They use gas or electricity to generate the heat needed to boil water, which is then stored in a tank. This method uses less energy on heating your home because it only heats as much water as you need at that moment, meaning that you’ll save money by using fewer resources like electricity or natural gas.
Condensing Water Heaters
Condensing water heaters are a type of gas water heater that condenses the hot air and smoke coming from the combustion process into a flue. The flue is then used to heat coils in order to generate hot water. These types of water heaters tend to be more environmentally friendly than traditional non-condensing units because they do not release greenhouse gases, such as carbon dioxide (CO2), nitrogen oxides (NOx), and sulfur dioxide (SO2) into your home.
Natural gas is cleaner-burning than other fossil fuels because it contains fewer impurities such as sulfur compounds; this makes it more efficient at burning and causes less air pollution when combusted than coal or oil-based fuels are capable of producing on their own. Additionally, natural gas produces fewer greenhouse gases than either coal or oil do when burned—which means that burning more natural gas will help reduce carbon emissions from our atmosphere faster than burning less would if we were still relying mostly on these other two types of fuel instead!
Gas Heats Up Fast
Gas water heaters heat water much faster than electric models and don’t require a long waiting period before you get hot water. This can be especially helpful in emergency situations when you need hot water quickly, or if you have a large family that needs to take baths or showers at the same time. Gas units are more efficient than electric ones, so they use less energy to do the same amount of work and cost less money to operate over time as well.
Frequently Asked Gas Water Heater Questions
At Dublin Plumbing & Drain, we believe in finding long-term plumbing solutions for commercial and residential plumbing systems at the most competitive prices in Central Ohio. If you have any questions about your plumbing, please give us a call at (614) 547-9979
Why don't I have water?
If you don’t have hot water, it’s possible that the pilot light is out. To check:
Turn off all power to the water heater.
Lightly tap on the thermostat with a screwdriver handle until the flame starts up again, then turn off the gas supply valve by turning its handle clockwise until it stops moving and locks into place. The pilot light should remain lit when you return home or wake up in the morning; if not, there may be something wrong with your gas line or gas shutoff valve (or maybe it’s just time for a new water heater!).
The pressure relief valve could be leaking air into your home—the most common reason for this is an old relief valve that’s shot (or has worn out over time). Here are some ways to make sure yours works properly:
Check whether any of your other faucets have low pressure readings; if so, look at replacing those valves as well!
Inspect all hoses on both ends of each faucet—if any are cracked or damaged in any way (even slightly), replace them before putting everything back together again; otherwise, risk having another leak occur elsewhere down there later on…
If everything else seems fine but still no luck getting things back online – go ahead & call Dublin Plumbing & Drain today!
Why is my water heater leaking?
Leaking can be caused by a number of things, including a broken or loose pipe. If you have water damage, call Dublin Plumbing & Drain to have the issue looked at. Do not attempt to repair your own tankless or gas water heater if you do not know how.
What size water heater do I need?
The size of your water heater depends on the size of your home, how many people live there, and how much hot water you use. This can vary from family to family.
You should also consider what type of appliance it is for you to decide whether or not it is the right fit for your needs. For example, if there is more than one person in each bathroom, then this may require multiple fixtures to be installed throughout the house. If, on the other hand, only one person uses that particular bathroom area, then installing just one fixture would be sufficient.
24/7 Emergency Plumbing Service in Dublin
If you're in need of a 24/7 emergency plumbing service in Dublin, Ohio, look no further than the skilled plumbers of Dublin Plumbing & Drain. Our team is available to take your call at all hours—day or night—to help you with any plumbing issues that may arise. Whether it's a broken water heater or a backed-up sewer line, we'll be on the job right away to get things back up and running again ASAP.
We offer a wide range of services—from drain cleaning to leak detection, pipe repair and replacement—so no matter what type of plumbing issue needs attention, you can count on us for help. We even do inspections before large events like weddings or conferences so that you know everything will run smoothly when it comes time for guests to arrive!
At Dublin Plumbing & Drain, we treat our customers like family because building relationships with long-time clients is something we value highly here at our company. That's why we offer free estimates for all jobs as well as excellent customer service before, during, and after each job is completed by our staff members (you'll never see an unskilled worker behind one).