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Leaking Water Heater?

  • Water Dripping From The Top
  • Water Leaking From The Bottom
  • Leaking Pipes

If you notice water around the water heater or dripping from the water heater, you’ve got a leaking water heater. If the water is leaking from the bottom of your water heater, this usually means there is a crack in the internal tank and you will need a water heater replacement.

Water Heaters Only, Inc will beat any competitors onsite price. We offer quality products installed with a guarantee and have over 500,000 satisfied customers since 1968. Call (866) 946-7842 now to request an onsite estimate.

Sometimes a water heater can develop a leak from the top, this is usually caused by a fitting or a plumbing part that has malfunctioned. In this case, the water heater can most often be repaired.

How To Turn Off A Leaking Water Heater (866) 946-7842

If your water heater is leaking call (866) 946-7842 and a water heater expert will assist you in turning off the gas and the water to help minimize any possible water damage. Then you can schedule an appointment for a Water Heaters Only, Inc technician to come to your home and diagnose the problem with your water heater. Our technician will let you know exactly what the solution is and can replace or repair your water heater right away.

Expert water heater customer service is available 24 hours a day to help with any water heater problem, call (866) 946-7842.

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Leaking Water Heater Photos

Water heater leaking at the top

This water heater is an old A.O. Smith that had a leak from the top. The leak went undetected for quite some time until the customer no longer had hot water.

What a rusty surprise they found when they opened the outside closet. They called us right away and had a new water heater installed the same day.

leaking commercial water heater

One of our good property management clients called and said the tenants were complaining of no hot water. We went to take a look and found this old rusty leaking commercial water heater.

We were able to replace the commercial water heater that day for a low cost, keeping the tenants and our property management client happy.