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A Action Advanced Plumbing & Root

Address: 2416 Milling Rd, Farmington, North Carolina, 27028

Phone number: 336-998-6163

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Acme Plumbing & Heating Co

Address: 239 Creekwood Dr, Arcadia, North Carolina, 27292

Phone number: 336-248-2264

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Academy Disc Plumbing & Repair

Address: 89 N Robinson Ave, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 73102

Phone number: 405-421-0102

We do Plumbing repair and water heater installations

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Ace Electric Company

Address: 4201 Murrayhill Rd, Charlotte, North Carolina, 28209

Phone number: 704-527-6464

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A & L Plumbing & Piping

Address: 3020 Pickett Rd, Durham, North Carolina, 27705

Phone number: 919-471-2426

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A O Smith Water Heaters

Address: 1051 Grecade St, Country Park Acres, North Carolina, 27408

Phone number: 336-275-1328

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A B C Plumbing & Supply Co

Address: 217 W Russell St, E Fayettevill, North Carolina, 28301

Phone number: 910-323-4060

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1 Call Plumbing

Address: 7407 Reedy Creek Rd, Charlotte, North Carolina, 28215

Phone number: 704-563-8182

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Acme Plumbing

Address: 205 W Main St, Erwin Heights, North Carolina, 27360

Phone number: 336-476-9575

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J&S Plumbing Inc

Address: 370 Bond St, Elk Grove Village, Illinois, 60007

Phone number: 847-758-6237

User Submitted Tips

  • My water heater went out a few days ago, and I didn't know what to do. I didn't realize how heavily I relied on that thing in the closet in my garage until I stepped into a cold shower the other morning. The first thing I did was call around to see what this was going to cost me. Then I got online and tried to figure out what kind of water heater I should get. I've made a commitment to go green, so I got an energy efficient water heater. I also decided to get a larger unit. I had been noticing that my hot showers began to get cold towards the end. That's because my old hot water heater wasn't large enough to do the job for my family. I spent a little more by going this way, but think it was the wisest decision in the long run.
  • As my luck would have it, my hot water heater decided to act up right in the middle of my shower. I figured a hot water heater is a necessity-right? So, I started researching hot water heaters. I found a lot of helpful information on the web to help me out. The three main things I learned were: 1. I may not need to replace it. It could be something repairable. 2. If I do need to replace the hot water heater, I need to measure the dimensions. My luck, I would buy a new heater, just to get it home and find it doesn't fit. 3. Gas is cheaper then electricity. I took the tips I learned and called a heating specialist. He came to my home for a minimal cost, and my luck had changed: he ended up being able to fix my water heater!
  • We have a 40 gallon hot water heater, and let me tell you, it doesn't take much for it to empty out. When our old electric hot water heater gave out a few years back we did some research before jumping into another one. We decided on getting a gas one because of how quickly it heats the water and with much less energy waste. The initial cost was a bit more, but we more than make up for that in our monthly bill. I dread when we go visit family who have electric heaters and I'm like the 4th one to take a shower in the morning. Guess that should motivate me to get up earlier.
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