Water Heaters

At Mauger & Co., we know that a properly functioning water heater is critical to your household's daily operation. Don't let a leaky or rusted water heater stay in your home one more day! Call Mauger today!

End-to-end water heater services for homeowners in Southeastern PA

A well-maintained and efficient water heater doesn’t only ensure you and your family have plenty of hot water for everyday use. It can also keep your energy costs down.

At Mauger & Co., we provide water heater repair, maintenance, and installation services. Our factory-trained and licensed technicians are adept at working on all types of water heaters including natural gas, propane, oil and electric models. We also have experience with all the major brands, from AO Smith to Kenmore.

Whether you need a professional to service your water heater, repair your unit, or are ready to install a new one, we can help. To speak to one of our friendly representatives, call us at 610-429-8200 during business hours. You can also call and leave a message after hours or contact us online.

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Common Signs of a Water Heater Problem

Before turning on the shower only to find out you have zero hot water, be on the lookout for the following signs of a problem. When you know how to recognize these indicators, you can act quickly and have your water heater repaired.

Low pressure when you turn on the hot water.  This can be caused by mineral scale that is partially blocking your pipes.

Fluctuating temperatures. If the water temperature fluctuates on its own, you may have excessive buildup of mineral deposits on your unit’s heating elements.

A strange smell or color in the water. If you notice a metallic taste or odor, or if you see a rusty color in the water, you probably have rust inside your water heater.

Pooled water.  If there’s any water sitting around your unit, this is a sure sign there’s a leak somewhere in your water heater.

Reach out to us if you notice any of these issues. We’ll send an experienced technician to look at your water heater and pinpoint what’s causing the problem. Well-trained and fully equipped with a truck stocked with parts, we can usually fix a broken water heater during a single visit.

Don’t prolong repair work – if there is corrosion or a leak, you could end up with bigger problems such as a failed system or water damage to your home. Call the pros at Mauger & Co. for fast, reliable water heater repair at a fair price.

What Type of Water Heater Is Ideal for My Home?

There are many different types of water heaters. Each one has its own pros and cons. When you are ready to install a new unit, one of our water heater experts can help you decide whether you should get a tankless or tank water heater, what gallons per minute (GPM) rating or capacity would be best, and what brand would best suit your household.

To get you started, here are some insights on the different types of water heaters available:

  1. Storage tank water heaters are the most common. They work by heating water in a tank and storing it until you use it. These units are great for large homes.
  2. Tankless, also known as on-demand water heaters, are typically more energy-efficient than storage tank units. They are also smaller, making them ideal for small households. The downside is that they only deliver a limited amount of hot water per minute.
  3. Heat pump water heaters rely on a pump to draw heat from the air and then transfer it to the water. They work in the same way as a heat pump does for heating and cooling a home, except they are heating your water. These units tend to be very energy-efficient.
  4. Condensing water heaters can be used if you use natural gas as your heat source. They capture exhaust gases that would otherwise be released out of the flue.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Water Heaters

Save Money and Enjoy Reliable Hot Water with a Well-Cared for Water Heater

From routine service to professional installation, we’re here to help. Call us today at 610-429-8200 or contact us online for all of your water heater needs.

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